Past Meetings

Location Year Dates Dates Documents File
Geneva, Switzerland201817 Oct - 18 Oct / 201817 Oct - 18 OctMembers present (15.10.2018)Download
Agenda (consolidated, as at 29.10.2018)Download
New Members 16 October 2018Download
Communication pro-formaDownload
Geneva, Switzerland201828 Mar - 28 Mar / 201828 Mar - 28 MarCommunication by Mr Abdullah Bin Khalaf ALDOSERI, Secretary General of the Council of Representatives of the Kingdom of Bahrain, on “The parliament of Bahrain’s experiment in communication with community“Download
Themes for the next session in Geneva in March 2018Download
Communication by Mr Mehmet Ali KUMBUZOĞLU, Secretary General of the Grand National Assembly of Turkey, on “The Presidential Government System to be implemented in Turkey”Download
Convocation letter from the PresidentDownload
Communication by Mr Jakub KOWALSKI, Secretary General of the Senate of Poland, on "Parliament and society"Download
Convocation letter from the Joint SecretaryDownload
Contribution by Mrs Agnieszka KACZMARSKA, Secretary General of the Sejm of Poland, to the General Debate on “Scrutiny of Government by Parliament”Download
Agenda (28.03.2018)Download
Communication by Mr Geert Jan HAMILTON, Secretary General of the Senate of the Netherlands, on “The formation of a Government in a multi-party democracy“Download
Communication pro-formaDownload
Communication by Mr Mauro BARRETO, Deputy Director-General of the Brazilian Chamber of Deputies, on “Participation of Society in the Innovation Process in Parliaments“Download
Affiliation form 2018Download
IPU: Centre for Innovation in ParliamentDownload
Communication by Mr Masibulele XASO, Secretary to the National Assembly of the Republic of South Africa, on “Reflections on the standing rules and reforms in the National Assembly of the Parliament of the Republic of South Africa“Download
Membership listDownload
Communication by Mr Manuel CAVERO, Secretary General of the Senate of Spain, on “Article 155 of the Spanish constitution in relation to events in Catalonia“Download