23 February - 8 March 2021

In advance of the formal Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference (CPC) which is due to be held between the 21-27 August 2021 in Halifax, Canada, the CPA Headquarters Secretariat will be delivering a set of virtual workshops for Commonwealth Parliamentarians and parliamentary staff. 

Each workshop will bring together leading experts from private, public, academic, political and international backgrounds.

The virtual workshops taking place include:

• Tuesday 23 February 2021 - National Action Towards Climate Change: Role of Parliamentarians and Parliamentarians of the Commonwealth - click here to register
• Thursday 25 February 2021 - Promote and Respect for International Humanitarian Law - Placing Humanity First - click here to register

• Tuesday 2 March 2021 - Social Media - A Curse or a Blessing - click here to register

• Thursday 4 March 2021 - Leading the Way: How the Commonwealth can Empower Persons with Disabilities? - click here to register

• Monday 8 March 2021 - Youthquakes and Rising Youth Activism in the Commonwealth - click here to register

If you are interested in attending any or all of these virtual CPC workshops, please register at the links above. You can also contact us at hq.sec@cpahq.org

Further information on the main 65th Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference taking place later in 2021 will be issued direct to CPA Branches.

Follow #65CPC for updates on social media.

Updated 15 January 2021/CPAHQ

The Commonwealth Parliamentary Association connects, develops, promotes and supports Parliamentarians and their staff to identify benchmarks of good governance and the implementation of the enduring values of the Commonwealth. The CPA is an international community of around 180 Commonwealth Parliaments and Legislatures working together to deepen the Commonwealth’s commitment to the highest standards of democratic governance and the organisation was founded in 1911.
For further information about the CPA, please contact: 

Commonwealth Parliamentary Association 
CPA Headquarters Secretariat  

T: +44 (0)20 7799 1460 
Email hq.sec@cpahq.org
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