Global Greens coordination meeting in Brussels

Global Greens meeting
17 March, 2015

The Global Greens network is organising a coordination meeting in the social and sustainable space called ‘Mundo B’ (placed in Brussels) from Wednesday 18th to Saturday 21th of March.

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Green Parties call for a nuclear free region on anniversary of Fukushima

10 March, 2015
March 11, 2015 marks the 4th year anniversary of the Fukushima earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster. The Asia Pacific Greens are calling for governments to commit to a nuclear free world and to move to clean equitable renewable energy solutions. Read more

L’onde de choc de Charlie Hebdo en Niger

Adamou Garba, Niger
8 March, 2015
The shocking murder of the Charlie Hebdo journalists in January reverberated around the world and in Niger precipitated violent protests in several cities, unheard of in a country known for religious tolerance. This comes on top of a Boko Harem insurgency in the north-east and an ongoing political crisis following President Mahamadou Issoufou's failure to form a government of national unity. Read more

Empower women. Empower humanity

Wattle (mimosa) blossom (John)
8 March, 2015
Global Greens Statement: On International Women's Day 2015 the Global Greens call for renewed commitment by governments everywhere to the goal of equal participation by women and men in power and decision-making. This is necessary for women's interests and perspectives to be represented and essential for democracy. Read more

Press freedom in Egypt

Freedom this way (by Niclieden)
7 March, 2015
The Egyptian Green Party believes that the Global Greens will commit a grave mistake if the press crisis in the Arab region is confined to the issue of the Al-Jazeera Satellite channel journalists. If the only interest is in the release of foreign journalists many negative consequences for press freedom in the region will be ignored. Read more

Mexico bans wild animals in circuses

6 March, 2015

After years working to create environmental awareness in Mexican society, the Green Party of Mexico (Partido Ecologista Verde de México, PEVM) gained wide popular and parliamentary support to ban the use of wild animals in circuses.

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