National level

Despite the growing importance of supra-national bodies of international or regional governance, many argue that national government is still the critical entry point for change.  It is national governments that often officially represent citizens in global governmental arenas, or who can decide whether or not to implement international treaties.  While many activists and campaigners have focused in recent years on global forms of citizen action, increasingly various actors are recognizing the importance of national level change as well, including focus on parliaments, executive bodies, national political parties, courts, and the like.

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