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OPENNING REMARKS BY THE EAGF PRESIDENT ON THE EAGF-WN MEETING HELD AT FAIRWAY HOTEL, KAMPALA, UGANDA ON THE 5TH APRIL 2018Dear AllMy names are Thomas Kentos Bakyayita the President EAGF and the Secretary General of the Ecological Party of Uganda.First, I would like to welcome you all in this EAGF-WN training workshop. Thanks you for your continued acceptance to allow participating and believing all have travelled well from your home countries. On behalf of EAGF and all Executive members here;... Read more
My name is Robinah K. Nanyunja, Iam the AGF Treasurer and a member of EPU. I am very pleased for your invitation to come and share my political experience with the valuable women of the EAGF. The road to the 2016 national elections in Uganda where I was a parliamentary candidate was full of learning and discovery within a very short period of time. I gathered knowledge and practical experiences that were unheard of in my life experiences. Read more
Lehet Más a Politika (LMP), the Green Hungarian EGP member party, has gained additional votes, a higher percentage of the overall vote, and more seats. We congratulate Bernadett Szell and her colleagues on this achievement. During the campaign, an even better result for LMP had at times been expected. It is good that they survived a very obnoxious campaign by the ruling party, but obviously the way towards a powerful alternative in Hungary that does prove that politics can indeed be different... Read more
Umuyobozi w’ishyaka Democratic Green Party of Rwanda, Dr Frank Habineza, ntiyanyuzwe no kuba nta cyakozwe ku mavugurura basabye mu itegeko rishya rigenga amashyaka ku kijyanye n’inkunga igenerwa amashyaka ari kwiyamamaza ku mwanya w’umukuru w’igihugu cyangwa mu badepite , aho avuga ko inkunga ya leta igenerwa umutwe wagize amajwi 5% mu matora ifasha uwatsinze aho gufasha abari guhangana mu matora. Read more
Ishyaka Riharanira Demokarasi no Kurengera Ibidukikije m’u Rwanda riratangaza ko kuwa 25 Werurwe 2018 ryagize amahugurwa y’abarwanashyaka baryo ndetse n’inama yahuje abarwanashyaka baryo baherereye mu Turere twa Ngororero na Rulindo. Read more
On Jun. 13, South Korea is holding nationwide local elections. For the first time since its foundation in 2012, Green Party Korea candidates will appear on ballot papers across the country. 27-year-old Shin Ji-ye is the Green Party’s provisional candidate for the position of Seoul mayor. This position is seen as one of the most important political positions in the country, where around half of its 51.25 million population lives in Seoul or the areas surrounding it. The Green Party's election... Read more
Inama y’abarwanashyaka ba Green Party mu karere ka Kamonyi yateranye kuri uyu wa 17 Gashyantare 2018 mu murenge wa Gacurabwenge. Hatowe babiri bazahagararira ishyaka mu matora y’Intumwa za Rubanda yimirijwe imbere. Read more
The Democratic Green Party of Rwanda is pleased to inform its members and the public that it concluded district meetings for party members in Huye and Kamonyi districts on 17th and 18th February 2018. Party members also had an opportunity to elect two parliamentary candidates, both male and female, who will represent those districts. They also elected district committee leaders. Read more
The Green Party hailed today as a historic day for environmentalism in Ireland, after a majority of Dáil Éireann backed plans to ban future offshore oil and gas exploration in Irish waters. Read more
The Democratic Green Party of Rwanda successfully held consultative meetings and trainings for party members in Rubavu and Karongi districts on 28th January 2018. During the consultative meetings, members elected two parliamentary candidates, both male and female, who will represent those districts. Read more
Wonderful article about the Nepali Greens' Green Camp project & election campaign 2017. Giz Watson of the Australian Greens' International Development Committee gives a good example of Global Greens solidarity in action! Read more
"Le combat pour la réhabilitation de la Ceinture verte de Niamey a toujours été l’une de nos priorités", disait M. Adamou Garba, Président du parti Rassemblement pour un Sahel Vert (RSV-NI’IMA). Nous pensons qu’il fallait vaille que vaille essayer de sauver ce patrimoine national pour son rôle essentiel dans la régulation du climat de la capitale. Read more
 Global Greens Congress in Liverpool
The Board members of the African Greens Federation wishes to thank all party leaders, the entire membership, all international partners and friends for all the great accomplishments during 2017. During 2017, the federation consolidated its gains and strengthened its regional structures and international networks. Read more
To celebrate 2018, the Global Greens invites Green parties and members to support projects made by & for your fellow Greens. Here are 4 projects from the GG Women's Network, Young Greens and Secretariat - have a look & share with people who would like them too! Happy 2018! Read more
C’est avec une grande stupéfaction et une profonde indignation que les responsables de la Fédération des Verts d’Afrique (FeVA), ont vu à travers les médias, des images choquantes et insoutenables des actes d’esclavagisme en Libye. Ces images mettent en exergue une vente aux enchères de ressortissants africains originaires des pays membres de la CEDEAO vendus comme du bétail par des nationaux Libyens. Un trafic d’être humain, ignoble et digne d’une époque révolue. Qualifiés de crime contre l’... Read more
Nepali Greens contest in legislative elections on 26 November and 7 December 2017 with candidates Rachana Shrestha and Smita Acharya for the Greens in Kathmandu! Read more
A Global Greens overview of COP23 held in Bonn, Germany in November 2018. COP23 focused on creating rules for implementing the Paris Agreement. The key outcome of this COP’s Fijian Presidency is to get nearly 200 countries to agree to use the Pacific tradition of Talanoa - a process of inclusive, participatory and transparent dialogue - for working through the delicate, and at times contentious, details of implementing the Paris Agreement. Read more
"While we await the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report on the pathway to 1.5 degrees Celsius due in October 2018, it is already known that the current impact of countries achieving their targets still leaves us far from achieving the Paris Agreement's goal. The Nationally Determined Contributions must be 'ratcheted up,' as is anticipated in the Paris Agreement," said the GGPA group at COP23. Read more
A Global Greens press conference was held at the COP23 climate negotiations held by the UNFCCC in Bonn, Germany. Green Party leaders discussed 1) What happened at COP23?, 2) What are Green parties aiming to achieve at these climate conferences?, 3) How is Green political leadership going to achieve the climate goals? The panel clearly establishes that voting for the Green party achieves real progress on climate justice. Read more
Green Party Korea refines its policies and activities for nuclear phase-out and continues to strive for the cancellation of the construction of Shin-Kori units 5 and 6 nuclear power plants and for nuclear phase-out! Read in this Korean Greens' statement how the party actively informs the public of the risks and costs of nuclear power generation, advances nuclear phase-out of Korean society, and enables public opinion to have a real impact on public policy. Read more

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