Apart from common UN Committees and procedures, United Nations Parliamentary Assembly (UNPA) is an independent and exceptional committee that focuses on crisis based events which will take place in the future.

United Nations Parliamentary Assembly (UNPA) is a proposed addition to the United Nations System that would allow for greater participation and voice for Members of Parliament. In the parliamentary assembly elected representatives come together. In most cases a parliamentary assembly is an organ of an intergovernmental organization which is otherwise comprised of political appointments representing only the executive branch and the ruling parties of each member state. Members of a parliamentary assembly, in contrast, include delegates from each major political group in a state party’s parliament.

 The idea was raised at the founding of the League of Nations in the 1920s and again following the end of World War II in 1945, but remained dormant throughout the Cold War.

But now the year is 2022 and there could be a war waiting at the door.

With their political know-how, their access to the highest levels of their national governments, and their credibility with the world public and the media, elected politicians in the United Nations Parliamentary Assembly (UNPA) are expected to become a strong and persistent political force for the new world order.

Future is in your hands.

Agenda Items

• Rearranging Paris Agreement on climate change to make it equally applicable for each member state

• Discussing Membership Requirements