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CDI's 2011 Women in Politics Course | Canberra | 23 November - 1 December (Women from East Timor, Indonesia, Fiji, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu)

The Centre for Democratic Institutions is pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications to attend the Centre for Democratic Institution’s (CDI) 2011 Women in Politics (WiP) course, which will take place from 23 November to 1 December 2011 in Canberra.

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Ideas from the Asia Pacific needed!

Global Greens  Congress 2012 Call for Proposals  – deadline extended to 12 September!

http://www.globalgreens.org/congress2012-call-for-proposals

Ensure ideas from Greens in the Asia Pacific are on the agenda for the next Global Greens Congress! 

Ideas can topics to be discussed, names of speakers or workshop proposals  – details on how to submit your ideas at the web link above.

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Greens Call for Climate Change Action in Pacific

Australian Greens

Green Party Aotearoa NZ

Papua New Guinea Green Party

 

 Greens Call for Climate Change Action in Pacific

 

The Pacific Islands Forum* needs to take a strong and united stand on both mitigating and coping with climate change at its 42nd meeting in Auckland next week, the Green Parties of Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea said today.

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2012 GG Congress Flyer

Join us - March 29th to April 1st 2012 Global Greens Congress | Dakar 2012

A new deal for the planet, democracy, peace and justice

 

The Global Green Coordination, the African Greens Federation and the Federation of Democratic Ecologists in Senegal (FEDES) are glad to invite you to the next Global Green Congress to be held in Dakar, Senegal from March 29th to April 1st, 2012.

 

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Congress 2012: Call for Proposals

The Global Greens Coordination (GGC) is calling for ideas and proposals from all sections of the Global Greens family to help prepare for the third Global Greens Congress, the first in Africa.

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APGN Training Needs Assessment Survey

Dear Fellow Greens in the APGN,

On behalf of the APGN Coordinating Committee, I would like to inform you that we will have a TRAINING ON GREEN PARTY BUILDING & GREEN PARTY MANAGEMENT before the end of this year for leaders of the APGN Members and other Greens in the region.

In order to design this training to respond to our specific needs, we are first conducting a TRAINING NEEDS ASSESSMENT (TNA).

Please submit your responses to this online survey: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/CHRBJX3

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APGN Training Needs Assessment Survey

Dear APGN members and other Greens in the APGN Forum,

 

APGN TRAINING NEEDS ASSESSMENT SURVEY.

Answer it online here: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/CHRBJX3 The APGN Training on Party Building and Party Management is definitely pushing through by the end of this year. We are now finalizing details for this.

INITIAL RESPONSE TO THE SURVEY

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No-Nuke Action

Dear Greens,

It'll have been 3 months since one of the biggest earthquake and Tsunami in the human history hit us in Japan, and since then the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant has been emitting the radioactivity to all over the world.

Now is the time for us to learn how ridiculous the nuclear power generation is, and for those who want to promote the nuclear development, to give a lecture.

So we call on to everybody in the world to claim that we don't want nuclear power plants any more,  anywhere in the world.

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APGN Biodiversity Survey

Hi APGN Team,

This year we are celebrating the International Year of Biodiversity. In support of this celebration, we would like to explore how APGN can help or assist the members or how the members can work with each other on specific issues like BIODIVERSITY.

APGN would also like to understand and learn about the biodiversity status in your respective countries and the initiatives you are doing.

Please take time to answer this survey http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/3SXN9RF ,

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Greens election update

Hi all,

News on Greens in elections around the world over the last few weeks….

Scottish Greens

- are campaigning towards their election on 5 May. The Parliament (called Holyrood) is a proportional system and the Greens have a list of candidates for each of the 8 electorates. Go here <http://www.scottishgreens.org.uk/people/show/5> to have a squiz at their lead candidates. They are running on about 6% of the vote which is a big jump from the 2% they polled in 2007.

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