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Currently only governments are represented at the United Nations, not "We, the Peoples"
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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

12/20/2014: Alexander Wood, United Kingdom; 12/09/2014: Said Abdu, Sweden; 12/04/2014: Cameron MacKenzie, South Africa; 12/03/2014: Prof. Dr. Ian Burton, Canada; 12/02/2014: Dr. Zukile Luyenge, South Africa; 12/01/2014: Miron Mitrea, Romania; Alan McLoughlin, South Africa; 11/30/2014: Christina Eriksson, Sweden; 11/26/2014: David Draper, Canada; 11/25/2014: Zoltan Buzas, Germany ... More


"An international Parliament elected by the Peoples should replace the assembly of delegates proposed in the Paris text [of the Statutes of the League of Nations]. This Parliament should have full prerogatives and legislative powers"

International Conference of League of Nations Societies, Berne, March 1919

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Latest News

11/04/2014 | Rwandan NGO calls for a UN Parliamentary Assembly as "a means to prevent genocide". Read

11/03/2014 | Call for a World Parliament reinforced at second Global Week of Action. Read

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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

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Oberammergau, October 2014

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