Young Greens are the youth and student branch of the Green Party. We aim to harness the energy and ideas of young people, and change the direction of our society towards a sustainable and just future. We believe that our political system must be changed from the inside as well as by wider society.
We exist to combine the principled actions and campaigning we see in our communities with electoral politics We aim to represent the values that have disappeared from politics and left people disillusioned. We organise within and beyond the Green Party in the interests of young people.
We are structured in a similar way to the Green Party, with an Executive Committee and a Senate of regional and Welsh representatives who perform the majority of our day to day work.
Along with these two committees, we also have a structures and procedures committee, the green students campaign and liberation groups.
For an organogram of our structures, please click here
Our Executive Committee look after the day-to-day running of the organisation, supporting local groups and members among other things. It is elected each year in Autumn at our Annual Convention and consists of eleven posts: two co-chairs (of which at least one must not be a self defining man), treasurer, two senate co-chairs and six general ('non-portfolio') members. who work together to ensure all tasks are looked after. It meets regularly to set strategy, the budget and review the progress of the organisation.
Arran Rangi - email@example.com
Amber Goneni - Equality and Diversity - firstname.lastname@example.org
Hannah Graham - Events - email@example.com
Tariq Khan - International - firstname.lastname@example.org
Alice Kiff - Press - email@example.com
Ben Parker - Campaigns - firstname.lastname@example.org
Paul Valentine - Membership and Trade Union - email@example.com