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This issues brief aims to provide parliamentarians with a basic understanding of the green economy.
This annual report analyses progress and setbacks of gender equality in parliaments based on recent elections.
This annual report provides the latest data and information on young people in parliament.
The World e-Parliament Report is designed to help parliaments harness the power of new technology to become better and stronger institutions.
Based on interviews with female MPs and parliamentary staff, this report documents a range of sexist behaviour in European parliaments.
The policy brief examines key trends in climate change legislation and analyses climate change litigation in 25 countries.
The annual report provides an update and analysis of progress made and setbacks encountered by women in parliament further to elections and renewals held over a year. Produced every year on the occasion of International Women's Day (8 March), it
The second Global Parliamentary Report shines the spotlight on one of parliament’s critical functions: its power to hold governments to account for their actions.
This report summarises key trends in climate change legislation and litigation, covering legislative activities in 164 countries.
The annual report provides an update and analysis of progress made and setbacks encountered by women in parliament further to elections and renewals held over a year. Produced every year on the occasion of International Women's Day (8 March), it
This Issues Brief aims to clearly delineate the issues at stake by analysing the results of a first study specifically devoted to the subject of sexism, harassment and violence against women in parliament. It seeks to clarify what this phenomenon
This report, based on information from 128 counties, raises the alarm on the significant under-representation of young people in the world’s parliaments. It offers 10 recommendations for action by parliaments, political parties and other relevant groups to engage more youth