To become a recognized and included member of the Commonwealth Games Federation.
To provide Karate as a positive influence in the lives of young people and for the communities in the Commonwealth.
To provide the stage for the Commonwealth Family to unite under the sport and art of Karate.
To provide the platform where Commonwealth countries can qualify a team into the Commonweal Games.
To provide education and support for world-class coaching and governance through the Virtual Karate Outreach Program.
Karate is based on respect. Respect for oneself, respect for others. This basic tenet accompanies the values of inclusion, diversity, humility, positive culture, and togetherness.
The above tenets are accompanied by the concept of ‘doing it for the right reasons’.
Recognition as the Sport Governing Body for Karate in Commonwealth Sport.
Modern and accepted governance and safeguarding model.
Inclusion into Victoria 2026 as an optional sport, or, as a demonstration sport.
Activity goal of 50 countries
Sonny Pilay, South Africa
Craig Vokey, Canada
1st Vice President
Billy Brennan, England
2nd Vice President
Grant Holland, New Zealand
3rd Vice President
Bharat Sharma, India
Steve Coupland, England