Campaign for a United Nations
Parliamentary Assembly

Join us at Facebook

Welcome
Currently only governments are represented at the United Nations, not "We, the Peoples"
Image: UN

The Campaign for the Establishment of a United Nations Parliamentary Assembly is a global network of parliamentarians and non-governmental organizations advocating for citizens' representation at the United Nations. Read more

A United Nations Parliamentary Assembly (UNPA) would be the first parliamentary body directly representing the world's citizens in the United Nations. It is envisaged as first practical step towards the long-term goal of a world parliament. Read more

The Appeal - Latest signatures

07/29/2015: Christopher James Williams, United Kingdom; 07/28/2015: H. Peter Langille, Canada; Christian Harms, Germany; 07/26/2015: Lina Petridis, United States; Aruna Sundararajan, India; Subodh Kant Sahay, India; Vineet Rai, India; 07/24/2015: Franz-Josef Scharfenstein, Germany; 07/22/2015: Heinz Eberhard, Switzerland; 07/20/2015: Hiroki Yoshioka, Japan ... More

Quotes
Image: Imperial War Museum Collections

"There should be a study of a house directly elected by the people of the world to whom the nations are accountable"

Ernest Bevin, British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs (1945-1951), Speech in the House of Commons, November 1945

All quotes

Latest News

06/16/2015 | Global Commission recommends a parliamentary body to overcome UN's democratic deficit. Read

06/15/2015 | United Nations Association of Sweden supports a UN Parliamentary Assembly. Read

All News

Selected Coverage

10/29/2014 | A World Parliament and the Transition from International Law to World Law, Cadmus Journal. Read

10/27/2014 | Umuryango Nyarwanda utegamiye kuri Leta CDN urifuza ko UN yahinduka, Kigali Today. Read

Further coverage

Latest photos
A photo on FlickrA photo on Flickr

"WorldParliament 2015" A greeting from Ahero, Kenya, and the members of the CHEAD club.

All photos         

© 2015 Campaign for the Establishment of a United Nations Parliamentary Assembly
Campaign Secretariat: Committee for a Democratic U.N. | Disclaimer