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APGF Women's Network November Newsletter

The APGF Women's Network has relesed its November newsletter!

This issue contains updates about the Women's Network, its ongoing project work, as well as fantastic news on the election wins of our Green parties around our region. 

The newsletter can be found here: APGFWN Newsletter November 12 

Good work, and stay safe!


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Request for Proposals: Member and Supporter database project (Phase 1)

Do you know a lot about member and supporter databases? Do you know what options are available? Do you want to help APGF and two of its member parties find a solution that works for them? 

Then we want to hear from you! 

APGF has received a grant from the Australian Greens International Development Committee to find or build a member and supporter database for two of APGF's member parties. Phase 1 of the project is to understand the needs of these parties, what options are available, and recommend a solution.  

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APGF's 2019 Annual Report now available!

What a year!

APGF and its member parties acheived some amazing things in 2019, and we are so glad to be able to share our 2019 annual report with you.

From women's mentoring and gender equity trainings, to new parties forming and contesting elections, we are so proud of the work Greens in our region are doing to bring meaningful change to their communities and our planet.

Our 2019 Annual Report is available here.

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#TogetherWeRise - Please support the Asia Pacific Greens Federation in 2020!


APGF works across our region to support Green political organisations both established and emerging. We need your help to continue growing a strong Green movement for ecological and social justice

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Meet Anita, APGF's new Gender Equity Project Coordinator!

APGF is very excited to announce the appointment of Anita Nautiyal as our new Gender Equity Project Coordinator!

Anita will be working with APGF and its Women's Network overseeing gender equity and women's empowerment projects generously funded by the Australian Greens International Development Committee.

So who is Anita?

 

Hello friends,Anita Nautiyal

Green greetings!

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APGF Statement on Beirut Explosion

The Asia Pacific Greens Federation is shocked and saddened to learn of last night’s explosion in Beirut, Lebanon. Our hearts are with those who have lost loved ones, who have been injured and traumatised, and whose lives will never be the same. We applaud the efforts of first responders and front-line workers, whose courage and skill is an inspiration to all of us. May you have all of the strength your humanity deserves.

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Welcome Green Party of the Philippines!

The Asia Pacific Greens Federation is excited to welcome the Greens Party of the Philippines (GPP) as an Associate Member.

With 503 members covering 16 regions, 27 provinces, and 63 cities nationwide, GPP are organizing for local and national elections in 2022. The party has developed its Green Agenda to confront the challenges facing the Philippines and the world, and an election platform that would see a fairer, greener, and more sustainable Philippines in the future.

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APGF Statement on Non-Discrimination and COVID-19

As people, communities and governments continue to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Asia Pacific Greens Federation reaffirms its stance that access to testing, treatment, care and support must be universal and free from discrimination. This humanitarian crisis must be met with a humanitarian response, regardless of race, religion, sex, gender, place of birth, caste, political belief, economic or social condition.

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APGFWN Webinar - The many facets of being a woman parliamentarian: Senator for Australian Greens, Senator Mehreen Faruqi

Senator for Australian Greens - The many facets of being a woman parliamentarian

Senator Mehreen Faruqi 

Webinar Date: 4th June, 2020 6 am UTC

Dr Mehreen Faruqi is the Senator in the Australian parliament representing the state of New South Wales. The first Muslim woman elected to any Australian parliament, Senator Faruqi is a career engineer and life-long activist for social and environmental justice.

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