InterParliamentary Union

Founding Year: 1889

Staff: 40


Martin Chungong (Secretary General)

The InterParliamentary Union is a permanent forum for political multilateral negotiations and the focal point for world-wide parliamentary dialogue. Today, it “comprises of 179 national Member Parliaments and 13 regional parliamentary bodies”. It’s main goals are to promote democracy and help parliaments become stronger, younger, gender-balanced and more diverse.


InterParliamentary Union contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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