67th Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference

27th Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM)

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Event Details

Date: 21 to 27 October 2024

Location: Apia, Samoa

Theme: 'One Resilient Common Future: Transforming our Common Wealth'.


The Prime Minister of Samoa, Hon. Fiamē Naomi Mataʻafa, and the Commonwealth Secretary-General, Rt Hon. Patricia Scotland, KC, have announced that the next Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) will be held in Apia, Samoa, beginning on 21 October 2024.

The week-long programme of high-level side events, Ministers’ meetings and forums – including the Commonwealth Youth Forum, the Commonwealth Women’s Forum, the Commonwealth Business Forum and the Commonwealth People’s Forum – will be held in the lead-up to CHOGM 2024.

Ahead of the main meeting of Commonwealth Heads of Government, the CPA Secretary-General, Stephen Twigg will join the Commonwealth Foreign Ministers at a roundtable event. The CPA Secretary-General will also hold a number of bilateral meetings with key stakeholders, speak at different events and visited the Parliament of Samoa.

For more information, please click here to visit the CHOGM 2024 website or click here to visit the Commonwealth Secretariat website.

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