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Global Greens and EGP Congress launch! 30 March to 02 April 2017

Mark your calendars!  30 March to 02 April 2017 For the first time ever, the Global Greens and the European Green Party will hold their congresses together!  Visit the congress website at: http://greens2017.org This extraordinary event also includes the Global Young Greens congress, the Green Party of England and Wales spring convention, an abundance of workshops and seminars on political themes important to Greens, and enormous fun with new and long-time friends from across the globe! Join us...

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APGF Grant Applications Now Open!

We are pleased to advise that APGF, through the Australian Greens International Development Committee (AG-IDC), are currently inviting grant applications for the financial year July 1 2016 - June 30 2017.  We are looking for projects that aim to strengthen party structures, increase membership, improve campaigning ability or are focused on capacity building for key election or campaigning... Read More »

Femmes en politique: expériences des leaders écologistes

Vous êtes invité au premier webinaire tenue en français du Réseau Mondial des Femmes écologistes (Global Greens Women's Network) Date: mois d'août 2016 (jour à confirmer) Heure: à confirmer Réservez ici maintenant - gratuitement Sujet de discussion:   Votre expérience personnelle du développement dans votre Parti Vert, et comment vous avez surmonté des défis et saisi des opportunités.  ... Read More »
Senator Lee Rhiannon

Asia Pacific Greens meet with Australian Greens reps

Greens International Aid and Development spokesperson Senator Lee Rhiannon will host a delegation from the Asia Pacific Greens (APG) study tour at her office this evening. The delegation is made up of 22 delegates from 11 countries: Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Philippines, Japan, Taiwan, India, Nepal, Mongolia, Indonesia, Pakistan and Lebanon. The Asia-Pacific Greens Federation is a... Read More »

Global Greens: 15 Year Anniversary

15 years ago, in April 2001, an unexpected event took place in Canberra, Australia, that would change the scene of international political organisations. Without much noise or awakening of the interest of major press organisations, a significant number of environmentalists travelled to the Australian capital from the varied reaches of Africa, the Americas, Europe and Asia. They came with a... Read More »