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Letter from APGF to Australian Greens and Dr. Richard di Natale

On behalf of APGF members, Co-conveners Mr. Tika Dhoj Bhandari and Ms. Snighda Tiwari expressed their sympathy, support and solidarity to the Australian Greens and Leader of the Australian Greens, Mr Richard Di Natale.APGF wishes Australia all the strength, courage, and compassion, both now in the face of the tragedy stretching across Australia, and into the future to ensure that our environment and communities are protected and supported. 

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Webinar The Role of Women in Setting Up Green Parties

APGFWN Webinar happens once in a every two month to inspire and motivate women on the politics, leadership and on Green issues. In this webinar you can learn about the Role of women in setting up Green parties from Founding Chairperson of East African Greens Women’s Network, Dorothy Nalubega. Thursday, 19 December 2019 from 11:45-12:45 UTC+05:45https://zoom.us/j/15174060 Read More »
APGF Liverpool Congress 2017

Exciting opportunity - General Secretary of the APGF

Here is an exciting opportunity to work as the General Secretary of the Asia-Pacific Greens Federation!  This role is a permanent part-time job which can be done from home anywhere in our region.  If you have a passion for international Green politics and experience working in administration and/or governance roles, this is a great opportunity for you.   Applications should be sent to Metiria... Read More »

New APGF Member: India Greens Party

We welcome our newest Full Member of the APGF, the India Greens Party.  The India Greens Party have been strong allies of APGF and we welcome a new India Green political party with a pan-India perspective, with allegiance to the Constitution of India and commitment towards the Global Greens Charter.  We look forward to a long a fruitful relationship with the new India Greens alongside our long-... Read More »

APGF Statement in Support of Iraqi People

The Asia Pacific Greens Federation stands in solidarity with the Iraqi people as their peaceful demonstrations are met with violence from authorities, including the use of tear gas, boiling water and snipers.  This brutal crackdown is a flagrant violation of the human rights of those protesting. People from all aspects of Iraqi society have come together to decry corruption, a lack of job... Read More »