Workshops - 66th Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference
What are the CPC workshops?
The CPC workshops are an opportunity for Parliamentarians and global experts to discuss major political and parliamentary issues.
At the 66th CPC, eight learning and development workshops will be held during the main Conference, with an additional four workshops held as part of the 39th CPA Small Branches Conference.
Topics - CPC Workshops
The Commonwealth Charter 10 years on: Values and Principles for Parliaments to Uphold
Main Conference theme
Workshop A (Host Topic): The threat of terrorism to statehood: the role of Parliament
Workshop B: Gender Quotas in Parliament - a means to an end?
Workshop C: What does sustainable trade and economic development mean for small jurisdictions?
Workshop D: Youth Roundtable: Role of the Commonwealth in international security and peacebuilding
Workshop E: Environmental approaches in tackling energy poverty
Workshop F: 20 Years of the Latimer House Principles on the Separation of Powers: Is it working?
Workshop G: The Commonwealth Charter: A Charter for all Human Rights, or just some?
Workshop H: E-Parliaments: An effective mechanism for intersectional diversity and equitable public engagement?
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