The Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting will take place on the 19 and 20th April.
A meeting, that takes place every other year, during which the heads of governments from all Commonwealth nations (former British Colonies or dependencies of those colonies).
The meeting is held in a different member state every two years.
The Common wealth leaders will meet at Windsor Castle for the Leaders’ Retreat (where leaders discuss and set the course for future Commonwealth co-operation), alongside attending working sessions to share global challenges and they will also attend a dinner hosted by The Queen at Buckingham Palace.
The summit has four themes:
- A fairer future
- A more sustainable future
- A more prosperous future
- A more secure future
The main focus of the summit is to build on the strengths of the Commonwealth, by being responsive to global challenges. Ensuring that we will have a prosperous, secure, sustainable and fair future for everyone.