Two events on global democracy coming up in Rome
Next week on Tuesday, September 11, two exciting events on global democracy will take place in Rome, gathering some of the world's leading experts on the subject.
The first event at 12:00 is a public debate on the establishment of a United Nations Parliamentary Assembly with Virgilio DASTOLI, President of the Movimento Europeo and of the Spinelli-Group, Senator Roberto DI GIOVAN PAOLO, President of the Federalist Intergroup in the Italian Senate, Fernando IGLESIAS, Council Chair of the World Federalist Movement and former Argentine parliamentarian,Lucio LEVI, Università di Torino and President of the Movimento Federalista Europeo, and Heikki PATOMAKI, University of Helsinki.
At the second event at 15:00, the Manifesto for Global Democracy (here's the website) will be presented to the Italian public by Prof. Roberto ESPOSITO, Istituto Orientale di Napoli, Prof. Fernando IGLESIAS, Cattedra Spinelli (CUIA) - Democracia Global, Prof. Lucio LEVI, Università di Torino - Movimento Federalista Europeo, Prof. Raffaele MARCHETTI, Libera Università Internazionale degli Studi Sociali, Prof. Giacomo MARRAMAO, Università degli Studi di Roma Tre, and Prof. Heikki PATOMAKI, Università degli Studi di Helsinki. Here is the event's page at Facebook.
For more details, download the invitations here:
Debate on a UN Parliamentary Assembly
Presentation of the Manifesto for Global Democracy