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The Asia Pacific Greens Federation invites Global Greens to our 3rd Congress!

Dear Global Greens, The Asia Pacific Greens Federation hosts a Congress once every 5 years, bringing together members and supporters to actualise our collective green vision for the region. We are delighted to announce that the APGF Congress will be held in Wellington, New Zealand, 12-14 June 2015, and we invite you all to attend! Register today at the APGF Congress website. Join us as a Congress attendee The Congress program includes educational workshops, ample space for discussions, policy...

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2015 Delhi Assembly Election

India Impatient for Systemic Change! Authors: Suresh Nautiyal (Member, APGFCC and GGC & Member, UKPP-PAC), & Anita Nautiyal (General Secretary (Social Media & Public Relations), UKPP NOT long ago, most of the key people behind the idea of AAP (Aam Addmi Party) were enlightened activists only, not sharpened politicians as they are today. They were there to bring in change by hitting at... Read More »

The Pakistan Green Party will have more than 100 candidates in local elections this year

The Green Party’s Chairperson, Liaquat Ali Sheikh, tells us about the upcoming local elections in Pakistan. Pakistan right now Corruption is pervasive.  “My home province Sindh is one of the best examples in the world for corruption and bad governance, largely due to the consolidation between the dominant parties”  says Liaquat.  The current government under the Pakistan Peoples Party absorbs... Read More »

New Zealand Green Party's 2015 priorities

The year 2015 is the year for leadership on climate change and inequality. Read More »

Fukushima Anniversary Manifestation: Swedish Greens

Never give up a nuclear-free Gulf of Bothnia Manifestation in Stockholm, March 11, 2015 On the anniversary of Fukushima's nuclear disaster, the Swedish Green Party (Miljöpartiet de Gröna) will hold a demonstration outside the Embassy of Finland on Gärdesgatan 11, 115 27 Stockholm, Sweden, between 11:00 and 14:00. We urge the Swedish and Finnish organizations, politicians and everyone interested... Read More »