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Calls for Release of Liaquat Ali Shaikh

The Asia Pacific Greens Network (APGN) requests the release by the Pakistani authorities of Mr. Liaquat Ali Shaikh, Chairperson of the Pakistan Green Party. 

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Call for Proposals for the 3rd Asia-Pacific Greens Network Congress

Purpose:

This document (below and attached) explains the application process for hosting the 3rd APGN Congress.

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Call for Proposals for the 3rd Asia-Pacific Greens Network Congress

Purpose:

This document (below and attached) explains the application process for hosting the 3rd APGN Congress.

The aim of the 3rd APGN Congress:

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APGN Statement on 10/19/2011 Third Papuan Congress and Indonesia state forces conflict

The Asia Pacific Greens Network

Demands that all parties involved in the Third Papuan Congress and Indonesia state forces conflict, which erupted on 10/19/2011, commit to nonviolence, participatory democracy, social justice, and human rights.

 

The incident:

On October 19, 2011 Indonesian military forces violently intervened in the Third Papuan Congress’ meeting, at least six congress participants are reported dead and dozens of people including the congress organisers were arrested due to this intervention.

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Strategic Plan

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APGN Five Year Strategic Plan 2010 – 2015

Agreed at the APGN 2010 Congress, held in Taipei, 30 April – 2 May 2010

This Plan aims to develop and strengthen the Asia Pacific Greens Network (APGN) over the next five years. With this plan, all Green parties and political movements can be more active and influential, playing a greater role in political affairs in the Asia-Pacific region. 

 

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APGN mourns Prof Wangari Maathai

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The Asia Pacific Greens Network
Supports the Syrian People’s Democratic Demands

The Syrian government’s military action against the Syrian people continues to claim victims by the day in an effort to obstruct the public’s demands for political, economic and social change.  The Asia Pacific Greens Network (referred to here on as “APGN”) affirms its support for the Syrian people’s demands for democratic governance with the following declarations:

 

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APGN mourns Prof Wangari Maathai

The APGN expresses its deepest condolences for the tragic loss of Wangari Maathai to our friends in the African Greens Federation, and to her family and friends and all who loved her. Wangari was an inspiration to us all, a shining light showing us all how being green means being a hummingbird: just doing the best we can (see video translation into English and Chinese below).

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