The most realistic, detailed, and widely supported proposal for creating more effective and accountable global governance.
You can see in the history section of this website that the One World Trust was founded in 1951 by cross-party Members of Parliament who believed global governance can be improved to better protect the interests of all humanity as well as our environment.
Today, with the coronavirus pandemic raging, and an environmental crisis looming, this is truer than ever. It is for this reason that the One World Trust has decided to bring the world’s leading campaign for creating more effective and accountable global governance to the UK for the first time.
The campaign for a United nations Parliamentary Assembly (UNPA) recommends the gradual implementation of democratic participation and representation on the global level, starting with the establishment of a consultative Parliamentary Assembly at the United Nations. This campaign has been running internationally since 2007 and has won the support of:
Such widespread and expert support is not won without a detailed and realistic proposal, refined through ongoing critical appraisal. More detail can be found on the UN Parliamentary Assembly page of this website, the UNPA website, and this book.
The UK campaign plan is to explain and promote the UNPA proposal to the public, media, NGOs and MPs, and to provide education through an online course and the running of a model UNPA (like a model UN). If you are able contribute time or funds to help bring this vibrant international campaign to the UK for the first time, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Any donations received by the end of this year, up to a total of £65,000, will be match funded, doubling any contribution you make.