Door-to-door Canvassing – a good strategy for Greens?

Who hasn’t heard about the successful canvassing of the 2008 Obama-Campaign and wondered whether it could work in their election campaign as well? So far the traditional focus of German street activ.

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European elections 2009 – Green success in Europe-wide campaign

Green candidates at launch of the EGP election campaign, March 2009 The European Parliament elections were one of the most successful ones in the history of the European Green movement, with the Green.

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Using the Green New Deal to punch above your weight – Northern Ireland Greens

The Green Party of Northern Ireland have a difficult political environmental to deal with. Decades of often violent sectarian division within this province of the United Kingdom, mean that parties not.

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Europeans unite for Fair Roaming

Demo against roaming charges in Krakow Introduced by the Lisbon treaty, the European Citizens’ Initiative is intended to make the EU more democratic by giving one million EU citizens from several M.

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Canadian Greens – the importance of targeting

Elizabeth May being sworn in as Canada's first Green MP This article was written following an interview with Johan Hamels, executive director of the Green Party of Canada The Green Party has bee.

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European Disability Forum and their groundbreaking pilot Citizens’ Initiative

EDF campaigners presenting over 1 million signatures to the European Commission The Directive which gives power to the European Citizen’s Initiative (ECI) is not due to come into force until April 2.

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Maltese Greens – divorcing Church from State

Participants at the GEF conference on divorce held in Malta last October and organised with the support of the Maltese Green foundation CeratoniaOn Saturday May 28th 2011, Maltese voters went to the p.

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Brighton & Hove Greens – not an overnight success

In May 2010 the Green Party of England and Wales celebrated the election of its first Member of Parliament when its leader, Caroline Lucas, was elected in the Brighton Pavilion constituency. A year la.

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Estonian Greens – new candidates to attract new voters

The Estonia Green Party (Erakond Eestimaa Rohelised) headed into the 2011 Parliamentary elections in a precarious position. Following their breakthrough election in 2007, when they went from zero to s.

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Regional elections in the Netherlands – using technology to connect with voters

The Dutch Greens – innovative ideas to engage with younger voters This article was written following an interview with Truuske Smits, campaign manager for the North Brabant Greens in the recent regi.

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Ecolo’s Campaign Intranet, Belgium

Ecolo has representatives in parliaments since 1981. And, since 1999, Ecolo participates in regional or federal governmental majorities. The party therefore has a wealth of human and political resourc.

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