|Author:||Watson Graham,Christine Gilmore|
|Title:||The Case for Global Democracy: Advocating a United Nations Parliamentary Assembly|
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|Category:||Politics and Government|
|Publisher:||Bagehot Publishing (September 26, 2007)|
In-itially, the assembly could have a largely consultative function. Over time its authority and powers could evolve. The creation of the United Nations Parliamentary Assembly is a way to pro-mote global democratisation, on the condition that the assembly not only be comprised of representatives of states but also of representatives from non-state actors like NGOs, multinational corporations, specialized organisations, and others.
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Campaign for the Establishment of a United Nations Parliamentary Assembly. Redirected from Campaign for a United Nations Parliamentary Assembly). The Campaign for a United Nations Parliamentary Assembly (CUNPA) is a global network of more than 300 non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and 1,500 current and former parliamentarians from around 150 countries devoted to establishing a United Nations Parliamentary Assembly.
United Nations Parliamentary Assembly. The template Infobox organization is being considered for merging. United Nations Parliamentary Assembly. CEUNPA-supported emblem of a UNPA, depicting a hemicycle. Canadian Senator Douglas Roche, . argues in The Case for a United Nations Parliamentary Assembly that even an indirectly elected UNPA consisting of delegates appointed by national parliaments could create additional checks and balances by providing for oversight by a parliamentary body that would be independent of member nations' executive branches.
193. Part 3 Global Context 11. Parliamentary Diplomacy and the US Congress: The Case of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly 213 Zlatko Šabič. 12. Challenges for Parliamentary Diplomacy in South and South-East Asia and Europe: A Practitioner’s Perspective 230 Xavier Nuttin. In theory 17 See: Richard Falk and Andrew Strauss, ‘On the Creation of a Global Peoples Assembly: Legitimacy and the Power of Popular Sovereignty’, Stanford Journal of International Law, vol. 36, no. 2, 2000, pp. 191–220; Luis Cabrera, Strengthening Security, Justice, and Democracy Globally: The Case for a United Nations Parliamentary Assembly – Background Paper, The Hague Institute for Global Justice and the.
The Campaign for a United Nations Parliamentary Assembly (CUNPA) is a global network of more than 300 non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and 1,500 current and former parliamentarians from around 150 countries devoted to establishing a United Nations Parliamentary Assembly. To facilitate the creation of national and local networks of individuals, non-governmental organizations and parliamentarians advocating a UNPA in their sphere of influence. To establish a global multi-stakeholder coalition which unites parliamentary and civil society efforts for a . Parliamentary Assembly. To facilitate contacts and debates with potentially like-minded parliaments and governments.
While advocating ongoing national democratization, we focus on promoting democracy in transnational regional and global institutions. An International Network. We hope to expand further to promote our cause more effectively across all world regions. The campaign is supported by various civil society organizations as well as by individuals from 150 countries, among them nearly 1,500 current and former members of parliament and numerous distinguished personalities from all walks of life. The new book on global democracy by Jo Leinen and Andreas Bummel. Published 11 April 2018.