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As a result, the London Declaration of 1940 came into force that declared that Commonwealth members were "free and equal members of the Commonwealth of Nations, freely co-operating in the pursuit of peace, liberty and progress." Since then, independent countries from Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe and the Pacific have joined The Commonwealth.
Australia is a member of the G20, OECD, WTO, APEC, UN, Commonwealth of Nations, ANZUS, and the Pacific Islands Forum.
Senator Raynelle Andreychuk made the keynote address and spoke generally about the Commonwealth of Nations, its history and the diversity of membership among the nations.
Sixty Commonwealth Jubilee Scholarships are being offered to Commonwealth students by St George's University on the Caribbean island of Grenada, representing one for each of Queen Elizabeth II's 60 years as Head of the Commonwealth of Nations.
It is a parliamentary republic and is a member of the Southern African Development Community, the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa, the African Union, La Francophonie and the Commonwealth of Nations.
Australia, member of the Commonwealth of Nations, has gradually shed symbolic homage and perfunctory reports to the British crown, notes Peter Hartcher of the Sydney Morning Herald.
He should also acknowledge Britain's role as head of a Commonwealth of nations when forming his immigration policy.
Gordon Alan Park of Holme sent me the letter that arrived at his house from the Euromillions Commonwealth of Nations Online Lottery.
Despite these concerns, all members nations of the Commonwealth of Nations participated in the event.
"Recently we celebrated the 60th anniversary of the London Declaration, when Indian independence brought into being the modern Commonwealth of nations.
IN 37 days from now, the city would wake up to welcome the Commonwealth of Nations for the biggest sporting extravaganza since 1982 when Delhi hosted the Asian Games.
The speech to the 192 member states in New York will have the themes of leadership and the evolution of the UN and will also touch on the Commonwealth of Nations.
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