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 Turei [email protected] by Monday 2 December 2019 The APGF is a Federation of national Green... Read more
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-term member party from India, the Uttarakhand Parivartan Party (UKPP). Read more
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 opportunities and basic services, and to call for impartial elections.  These people have legitimate... Read more
APGF congratulates the NZ Green Party in driving the Zero Carbon Act  through the NZ Parliament.  “Climate change is the defining long-term issue of our generation that successive Governments have failed to address. Today we take a significant step forward in our plan to reduce New Zealand’s emissions." James Shaw, Greens Co-leader See our APGF congratulations for Aotearoa New Zealand here  Read more
Pepsi is used to relieve the effect of gas bombs in Iraq
The APGF supports the call of the Green Party Iraq for peace and for justice for their people and and condemns the Iraqi government so hostile to their most basic rights.  Read more
Work with the  Asia Pacific Green Federation writing policy templates so that our member parties can use these to help develop their own national policies. Applications close Monday November 11.  Send CV and letter to [email protected] policies will adhere to the Global Greens Charter and green party values. Existing policies from relevant national Green parties may also be used for reference.  Many APGF parties do not as yet have a selection of relevant policies and this is a step... Read more
Climate Strike at the NZ Parliament
The Global Climate Strike  continues today in Aotearoa New Zealand.  Over 150 countries have participated including our own Federation members.  In Australia young people spoke out about their demand for action. In India young people gathered in Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru and Kolkata.  The Nepalese Youth for Climate Action took to the streets.  In the Solomon Islands, young people took to the water to show the risk of sea level rise. We support young people demanding that the powerful take action... Read more
Pasang Dolma Sherpa, Executive Director of the Center for Indigenous Peoples' Research
Join us on October 23rd to hear Pasang Dolma Sherpa, Executive Director of the Center for Indigenous Peoples' Research (CIPRED).  She has been working in the area of Climate Change and natural resources management with indigenous and local communities both at national and international levels for more than a decade. She has  been involved in the climate change negotiation of United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) since 2009. Ms. Sherpa did her PhD on Climate Change... Read more
We are delighted to share our second APGF Annual Report, covering the successes and challenges of the Asia Pacific Green Federation parties through the year in 2018. Please feel free to share the report, to read through and take inspiration from what Green parties in our region have been doing. This is an honest report, that reflects all the different stages our parties are at. We hope you enjoy and we are proud of the achievements of all our member parties.  Read more
An Activist Life in Politics and as Global Greens Ambassador with Christine Milne Thursday 20th June, 2019 at UTC 4amJoin URL: https://zoom.us/j/151740607 Christine Milne AO was appointed as the Global Greens Ambassador following her lifetime’s work in Green politics, environmental, climate and social justice activism. She was arrested and jailed in the campaign to save the Franklin River in Tasmania in 1983 and led the successful campaign to protect farmlands and forests from a polluting pulp... Read more
Building a strong green community - Making a room for every woman and girlA webinar presented by the APGF Womens NetworkThursday April 25th, 2019  at 4:00 AM UTCJoin URL: https://zoom.us/j/151740607This webinar will be facilitated by Nikki Berry and a group of volunteers from New Zealand. Nikki Berry is the convener of the Aoraki Province which covers the city of Christchurch (NZ) and surrounding countryside. She has held various organizing roles in the Greens over the last twenty years and is... Read more
The New South Wales Land and Environment Court has declined permission for a new coal mine, taking into account the effects on climate change.  This is the first decision like this in NSW but hopefully not the last.  Sustainable energy is the future for all our communities and its great to see another step being taken to protect our climate and environment.   Read more
The India Greens, pan-India Green party, in its two-day National Convention on 17-18 November 2018 in New Delhi, has elected senior journalist Suresh Nautiyal as its National President and rights activist and film-maker Raza Haider as its Secretary-General. Read more
APGF members at the Global Greens Congress 2017
We are very pleased to present our first APGF Annual Report, a collection of reports from all the Asia Pacific Green Federation parties on the state of their parties over the last year.  Although we have collected annual reports for many years now, we have never before made them publicly accessible or bound them together into one document. We hope this gives a full picture of the work of green parties, emerging and developed, within our region. A lot has been achieved within the Asia Pacific... Read more
APGF Women's Network - Webinar
You all are Cordially Invited to the Webinar.Lets inspire each other and meet women from all over the world by participating in the Webinar.Hope to see you all there! Read more
(Shin, Ji-ye candidate for Seoul Mayor) & (Go, Eun-young candidate for Jeju Island Governor)
From Feminist Seoul Mayor to Jeju Governor with No Development“I am a Feminist Candidate for Seoul Mayor.” (Shin, Ji-ye candidate for Seoul Mayor)“Let’s Vote for our Dream! No Development, Yes Basic Income! (Go, Eun-young candidate for Jeju Island Governor)Green Party Korea (GP Korea) advanced Green politics to Korean society at the June 2018 election campaign; the party fielded 32 candidates in total - one for municipal government mayor, twelve local council members, and one proportional... Read more
  Lebanon is about to have the first parliamentary elections the country has seen since 2009! In May 2018, the Green Party of Lebanon, a member of both the Asia Pacific Green Federation and the Global Greens, will be contesting the elections, and they need our support now.  Please consider donating to support their election campaign - they aim to reach all the regions of Lebanon, to share their priority green campaigns; protecting the environment, promoting peace & democracy, fighting... Read more
A harrowing article, well worth reading, written by Madeleine Chapman of The Spinoff.  This is so relevant to the work we do, and thinking about those living in the Pacific Islands, and the work ahead for the Green Party of the Solomon Islands.  Climate change is harsh reality for the Pacific Islands. Madeleine Chapman travelled to the Solomon Islands with World Vision to meet the communities whose lives are already being upturned by climate change. "The skipper navigated our banana boat... Read more
By Michael Berkman The 1992 Rio Earth Summit was a watershed moment in global environmental governance — yet today our weather maps need new colours to illustrate our climate's warming. What happened? The Rio Declaration, the Convention on Biological Diversity and Agenda 21 that flowed from the Rio Earth Summit in 1992 seem to me to have represented genuine recognition from nations across the globe that governance structures everywhere had failed to impose sustainable limits to development,... Read more
The Green Party has called on the Israeli Government to re-evaluate its negative response to the latest UN Security Council resolution on the Middle East and to respect its provisions, providing an opportunity for the peace process to bear fruit. Read more

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