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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

10/20/2014: Yoshinori Kodama, Japan; HIROYUKI MORITA, Japan; Anzu Honda, Japan; Toshiaki Yamaguchi, Japan; 10/19/2014: Shinji Minami, Japan; 10/18/2014: Junichi Endorse, Japan; 10/17/2014: Toshio Suzuki, Japan; 10/15/2014: Gustaaf Vandermeeren, United States; 10/14/2014: Thorkil Svensgaard, Denmark; Olga Sõtnik, Estonia ... More


"The feasibility of a parliamentary chamber or assembly complementing the present intergovernmental structure should be seriously explored, as it might enhance the political legitimacy of the organisations and strengthen accountability of organisations and governments"

High-Level Expert Group of the InterAction Council, chaired by Andries van Agt, former Prime Minister of the Netherlands, May 1994

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06/27/2014 | Civil society assessment of global governance: It's inefficient and undemocratic. Read

04/25/2014 | Expert: UN needs to address "democratic deficit" and "include the voice of the citizens" better. Read

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11/06/2013 | Now is the time: The EU should support a UN Parliamentary Assembly, EurActiv. Read

10/28/2013 | UN expert on democracy highlights importance of free expression, information, UN News Centre. Read

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