Green Party Leadership Elections 2018: Young Greens Hustings

31st July 2018

Voting has opened in the 2018 Green Party Leadership and Deputy Leadership elections. These elections are extremely important as they help to define the direction our party will take for the next two years, and members of the Young Greens have a real chance to impact the results of these elections. You will find your […]

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Young Greens condemn resignation of ex-Conservative Youth Chair Ben Bradley

10th July 2018

Conservative Youth chair Ben Bradley has resigned[1], within only a few months of being appointed, over the government’s Brexit plan. Young Greens co-chair Ben Parker said: “If Ben Bradley ever wanted to represent young people, he would have fought this government’s hard Brexit position, standing up for freedom of movement. Young people overwhelmingly voted to […]

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Young Greens Officer scheme launched!

29th June 2018

On behalf of the Executive Committee of the Young Greens, we’d like to share an exciting membership proposal to all local parties and Young Greens; we would like to propose having a Young Greens Officer on every local party executive (if possible) across England and Wales! The mutually beneficial purpose of the recruitment of Young Greens […]

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Young Greens respond to the government’s EU Nationals Citizenship Statement

22nd June 2018

With the announcement of the Home Secretary’s scheme to grant EU citizens ‘settled’ status in the UK post-Brexit[1], the Young Greens of England and Wales want to emphasise the need for legal clarity, especially in the wake of the windrush scandal, to make clear their concerns about the process. The Young Greens are calling on […]

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Young Greens challenge Government on inaction on clean air

21st June 2018

Today, the Young Greens of England and Wales encourage the Government to take action and clean our air. On Clean Air Day, the Young Greens are calling for real action on air pollution as well as encouraging members to support and implement the Green Party’s Breathing Cities campaign in their local areas. The campaign, that […]

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Green Party Leadership Elections 2018: Young Greens Hustings

31st July 2018

Voting has opened in the 2018 Green Party Leadership and Deputy Leadership elections. These elections are extremely important as they help to define the direction our party will take for the next two years, and members of the Young Greens have a real chance to impact the results of these elections. You will find your […]

Read More…

Young Greens condemn resignation of ex-Conservative Youth Chair Ben Bradley

10th July 2018

Conservative Youth chair Ben Bradley has resigned[1], within only a few months of being appointed, over the government’s Brexit plan. Young Greens co-chair Ben Parker said: “If Ben Bradley ever wanted to represent young people, he would have fought this government’s hard Brexit position, standing up for freedom of movement. Young people overwhelmingly voted to […]

Read More…

Young Greens Officer scheme launched!

29th June 2018

On behalf of the Executive Committee of the Young Greens, we’d like to share an exciting membership proposal to all local parties and Young Greens; we would like to propose having a Young Greens Officer on every local party executive (if possible) across England and Wales! The mutually beneficial purpose of the recruitment of Young Greens […]

Read More…

Young Greens respond to the government’s EU Nationals Citizenship Statement

22nd June 2018

With the announcement of the Home Secretary’s scheme to grant EU citizens ‘settled’ status in the UK post-Brexit[1], the Young Greens of England and Wales want to emphasise the need for legal clarity, especially in the wake of the windrush scandal, to make clear their concerns about the process. The Young Greens are calling on […]

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Young Greens challenge Government on inaction on clean air

21st June 2018

Today, the Young Greens of England and Wales encourage the Government to take action and clean our air. On Clean Air Day, the Young Greens are calling for real action on air pollution as well as encouraging members to support and implement the Green Party’s Breathing Cities campaign in their local areas. The campaign, that […]

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Young Greens respond to government’s decision to approve Heathrow expansion

5th June 2018

Young Greens have today slammed a cabinet decision to build a third runway at Heathrow airport. In a decision that goes against the wishes of many local and environmental campaigners, the cabinet have approved the third runway, costing the UK £14bn. It will go to a vote of Parliament by 11th July. [1] Young Greens […]

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Young Greens call for apology from Sheffield Star

3rd June 2018

The Young Greens of England and Wales have expressed their dismay and disgust at the treatment of Lord Mayor Magid Magid by the Sheffield Star.[1] Following his highly reported inauguration as Sheffield’s youngest ever Lord Mayor, Green Councillor Magid Magid has been subject to a vicious, racist and xenophobic front page attack. Young Greens Co-Chair […]

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Young Greens react to May Bank Holiday floods

28th May 2018

The Young Greens express their sympathy to residents of areas such as Birmingham who have been affected by flooding this weekend. Flash storms, which have seen transport disrupted and caused many homes, cars and personal belongings to be damaged, including many student homes, have happened throughout England and Wales [1]. Tragically, these floods have also […]

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Young Greens stand with the Windrush generation

16th April 2018

  The Young Greens have today expressed their support for the Windrush generation against the background of a number of reported threats of deportation. [1] This is following a petition [2] for the Government to discuss this gaining over 100,000 signatures. Young Greens Co-Chair Ben Parker said: “The continual deportation of the windrush generation is […]

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Young Greens ramp up support for our Young Green candidates!

6th April 2018

While only 3% of Councillors nationwide are under the age of 30, we’re proud to announce we are above the national average, with 4.8% Young Green Councillors. However we’re not stopping there – we want to increase our numbers, and support Young Green candidates as much as we can! This year we offered Young Green training […]

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