The Commonwealth Meeting is a gathering of leaders from the countries that are members of the Commonwealth of Nations. The Commonwealth is a voluntary association of 54 independent and equal sovereign states, most of which are former territories of the British Empire.
The Commonwealth Meeting is usually held every two years and is hosted by one of the member countries. The meetings are attended by the heads of government or heads of state of the member countries, along with other officials and representatives. The main purpose of the meeting is to discuss issues of common interest and to strengthen cooperation and collaboration among the member countries.
The meetings cover a wide range of topics, including political, economic, social, and cultural issues. Some of the key issues that have been discussed at past Commonwealth Meetings include democracy, human rights, trade and investment, climate change, and education.
The Commonwealth Meeting provides a forum for the member countries to exchange ideas, share best practices, and work together on common challenges. It also helps to promote understanding and cooperation among the member countries and to advance the shared values of the Commonwealth, such as democracy, human rights, and the rule of law.