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The World e-Parliament Report 2020 documents the experiences, innovations and lessons learned in making sure parliaments continued to function during the COVID-19 pandemic. The report is based on data from 116 parliaments and focus groups involving 49 parliaments.
This report is the fourth biennial IPU review of youth participation in national parliaments. It builds on the previous 2018 report by adding new data from the last two years, using age data from 148 parliamentary chambers, as well as other quantitative and qualitative data from 258 chambers.
The IPU's annual analysis of women in parliament, based on the previous year's elections.
The Fifth World Conference of Speakers of Parliament was held on 19 and 20 August 2020, under the overall theme of Parliamentary leadership for more effective multilateralism that delivers peace and sustainable development for the people and planet.
This year’s report looks back at 25 years of women in parliament on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the Beijing conference and its groundbreaking action plan for gender equality.
One of the aims of United Nations Security Council resolution 1540 (2004) is to prevent non-State actors from accessing weapons of mass destruction. Unfortunately, the threats and risks that the resolution aimed to tackle 15 years ago are still present
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.
The policy brief examines key trends in climate change legislation and analyses climate change litigation in 25 countries.
La publication retrace et analyse le renouvellement des assemblées, et surtout les avancées et les reculs enregistrés par les femmes au Parlement à la suite des élections tenues pendant l'année. Produite chaque année à l'occasion de la Journée internationale de
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.