The Association is a not-for-profit independent think-tank, the primary mission of which is to provide research and policy recommendations concerning the Charter and the structure of the United Nations (UN) in the direction of achieving the Charter Preamble’s “we the peoples” ideals and objectives and towards its constitutionalization.
One of the least acknowledged developments in international affairs in the past decades is the growing importance and prevalence of international parliamentary…Read more
The Center for United Nations Constitutional Research warmly invites you to its second annual seminar in its ongoing series on International Climate Justice.Read more
Rather than being the product of global citizens acting within a transparently representative legal framework, international law continues to be forged by states in a piecemeal and opaque fashion. This has led to a fragmented international legal regime characterized by conflicts in norms and jurisdictions, and which lacks those principles commonly associated with domestic legal systems...
In the absence of global government, “global governance” is more of an experiment carried out by state governments co-existing and ruling the world, rather than a democratic, unitary or federal model, in which the world’s citizens enjoy direct representation.
Epirus, Greece16 July – 20 July 2018
Strasbourg, France/Brussels, BelgiumQ4/2018
Buenos Aires, Argentina/Brussels, BelgiumQ2/2018
Tokyo, Japan/Brussels, BelgiumQ1/2018
New York/San Francisco/Brussels24 October 2018- UN DAY