Andreas Bummel

Andreas Bummel

Andreas Bummel is co-founder and global coordinator of the Campaign for a United Nations Parliamentary Assembly, which advocates democratic representation of the world’s citizens at the UN and the institutions of global governance. The campaign has been endorsed by 1,500 sitting and former lawmakers from over 100 countries. He has authored numerous publications, spoken at events around the world, and organized relevant conferences on the subject, and he is the author of a forthcoming book on the project of a world parliament. He has been a council member of the World Federalist Movement–Institute for Global Policy, a fellow of the World Academy of Art and Science, and an honorary member of the Society for Threatened Peoples.

GTI Contributions
Global Identity Is Real
GTI Forum
Global Identity Is Real

August 2019

Forum on Think Globally, Act Locally?

Roundtable contribution on Debating the Precariat - Andreas Bummel
Contribution to Party Time?

February 2019

An essential basis for a globalized politics would be establishing a democratic global parliament.
A contribution to an exchange on A World Political Party: The Time Has Come

Roundtable contribution on Nuclear Abolition - Andreas Bummel
Contribution to How to Ban the Bomb - A Roundtable

August 2018

The urgent need before us is to transform the United Nations into a democratic, legitimate, and effective system for global security.

Roundtable contribution on Global Government - Andreas Bummel
Contribution to Roundtable on Global Government

October 2017

The Westphalian state-centric system has become hopelessly outdated in a time of deep interdependence, and shared nuclear and climate risks.

Toward Global Political Integration: Time for a World Parliamentary Assembly
Toward Global Political Integration: Time for a World Parliamentary Assembly

August 2016

We will need a democratic world government to adequately address shared planetary risks and opportunities in this century. A critical strategic step toward that end would be the formation of a global parliamentary assembly.