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Greens Abroad Meetup in London

Expats, let's get organised and influential for elections of the 100 Green parties globally - and the 2019 European elections! Welcome to the First Meet-up of Greens Abroad in London!
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Manchester Green Party

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About your Local Party:

The following meetings are held once a month, attended by various members, with some overlapping of dedicated members;

  • Business Meeting
  • TTW Meeting
  • Communications Meeting

We perform electoral activities (door knocking) leaflets to constituents of our target ward a minimum of twice a week. We deliver leaflets to constituents of our target ward once every 2 months outside of election periods.

North Devon Green Party

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About your Local Party:

We meet centrally (in Barnstaple) once a month (1st Wednesday) for formal meetings, with irregular ‘extra’ meetings as and when (e.g. sub-groups for leaflets, strategy, campaigning etc).

North Devon Green Party

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About your Local Party:

We meet centrally (in Barnstaple) once a month (1st Wednesday) for formal meetings, with irregular ‘extra’ meetings as and when (e.g. sub-groups for leaflets, strategy, campaigning etc).

Greens2017 Opening: Caroline Lucas

 

On behalf of the Green party of England and Wales, it is an enormous pleasure to welcome you all to Liverpool, to the Global Greens and the European Greens Congress.

Greens2017 Closing: Amelia Womack

Green friends, on behalf of the Green Party of England and Wales, I'd like to thank you for coming to Liverpool and to the Global and European Greens Congress. Whether you travelled for two hours or for 20 to get here, it is each one of us who has made this Congress so successful. 

YES! for the Scottish Green Party

The Scottish Green Party has been campaigning hard for years for a YES vote in this Thursday's independence vote. Independence for Scotland could bring major climate benefits - so this week’s referendum is a key moment in the climate campaign. We explain more here.

On Thursday 18 September, people across Scotland will vote on one simple question: “Should Scotland be an independent country?”

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Determined to stop extracting ever more coal, oil and gas

The Green Party of England and Wales are active in the campaign against fossil fuels. Here, Derek Wall - their International Coordinator - explains the role the Green Party has taken in the fight against fracking.

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