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International Meetings
CEUNPA Meeting in the Senate of Argentina, Buenos Aires, October 2010
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Since the Campaign for the Establishment of a United Nations Parliamentary Assembly (CEUNPA) was launched in 2007, participants in the campaign have regularly met at international meetings in order to deliberate on strategies, experiences and campaign policy, to report on their activities and to discuss and coordinate future plans.

Previous International Meetings

Brussels, October 2013

Post-2015 Agenda should include elected UN Assembly to strengthen democratic participation

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Declaration of Brussels

Buenos Aires, October 2010

Declaration calls for intergovernmental conference on UN Parliament

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Declaration of Buenos Aires

New York, October 2009

Establishment of a global parliament discussed at international meeting in New York

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Brussels, November 2008

Exchange on UN Parliamentary Assembly hosted in European Parliament

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The establishment of a United Nations Parliamentary Assembly and the Inter-Parliamentary Union

Geneva, November 2007

Campaign conference reiterates call for UNPA as step to World Parliament

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Conclusions regarding policies of the Campaign for a UN Parliamentary Assembly

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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

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

Further coverage

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