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UPDATE: Mr Liaquat Ali Shaikh released

The Global Greens welcome his release a few days ago but remain deeply disturbed about the circumstances of his detention, including being held incommunicado and without charge.
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Call for release of Mr Liaquat Ali Shaikh

The Global Greens today call on the Pakistan government to take all necessary steps to secure the release of Mr. Liaquat Ali Shaikh as a matter of urgency and express their grave concern at his detention. Mr Liaquat, Chairperson of the Pakistan Green Party and a member of the Global Greens Coordination, was detained on September 19, 2012 in Jacobabad City, Sindh Province, Pakistan, while overseeing the distribution of relief materials for flood-affected people.
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Global Greens call for action at Rio+20

Rio +20 will be a wasted effort unless it produces binding agreements to take the world forward on a path of truly sustainable development and of enforceable environmental governance, according to the Global Greens.

The Global Greens is the network of the world’s Green parties and political movements covering parties in nearly 90 countries around the world.

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Global Greens mourn Prof Wangari Maathai

The death of Prof Wangari Maathai on 25 September 2011 has shocked and saddened the Global Greens. She contributed so much to the world through the Green Belt Movement, through her work promoting women’s rights, and through her tireless campaigns for peace and the environment, especially in Africa.

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Global Greens Congress, Dakar 2012

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Green Federations / National Parties: 

You are warmly invited to join us for Global Greens 2012 in Dakar, Senegal, from 29 March to 1 April 2012. Be part of an exhilarating, exciting international event and help shape Green politics for the coming decades.

Global Greens express solidarity with the Japanese people and call for radical change in the world’s energy paradigm

We, the Global Greens, representing more than 80 Green parties around the world, express our solidarity with the Japanese people at this tragic time.  We send deep condolences to the families, friends and colleagues of the victims of this terrible tragedy.

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Global Greens call for Gaddafi’s resignation and an immediate end to the bloody repression in Libya

The Global Greens call in the strongest possible terms for an immediate halt to the bloody crackdown launched by the regime of Colonel Gaddafi and his clan against Libyan protesters. The bombing of unarmed people whose only 'crime' is going to the streets to protest, if confirmed, constitutes a crime against humanity. Similarly, the use of mercenary forces to attack unarmed civilians is a flagrant human rights violation. Colonel Gaddafi should resign.

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Global Greens congratulate and warmly support the people of Egypt

The Global Greens warmly congratulate the Egyptian people and especially the militants and activists whose commitment and courage made it possible to put an end to the Mubarak regime and animated this wonderful and historic movement.
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Climate change – time for transformation

The Global Greens call on the leaders of the world’s industrialised countries at Cancun to reverse the failure of Copenhagen and create the conditions for a strong legally binding global climate agreement to avoid dangerous climate change and facilitate adaptation.

COP 16 at Cancun Mexico, from 29 November to 10 December, is the sixteenth meeting of parties to the UN Framework on Climate Convention since it was negotiated at the Rio Earth Summit in 1992. Green parties from around a dozen countries will be represented.

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The Global Greens calls on China Government to release Liu Xiaobo and other prisoners of conscience

The Global Greens calls on the government of the People's Republic of China to immediately release the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize Winner Liu Xiaobo and other prisoners of conscience, and take positive measures to further the democratization of China.

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