“For a richer New Zealand” – Successes of a green campaign

In the last election, the New Zealand Greens achieved a record result. For the first time, more than 10% of votes were cast for the Greens, making them the third largest party in the country’s House.

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Green café – a space for Green activity, and a source of funding

Green café – a space for Green activity, and a source of funding Following their breakthrough in 2006, in 2010 the Greens in the Czech Republic (Strana Zelených) did not cross the 5% parliamentary.

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All ready for the European Citizens’ Initiative? Lessons from a campaign

The European Citizens’ Initiative will come into operation on April 1st 2012, and will give 1 million European Citizens the right to demand that the European Commission consider introducing a specif.

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Campaigning against nuclear in the Baltic States

Decommissioned Ignalina nuclear power plant in Lithuania (Update Oct 15th 2012 – in a non-binding referendum, Lithuanian voters rejected the proposal to construct a nuclear plant http://reut.rs.

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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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Fundraising and Sponsoring

By Albert Eckert Getting started You want to raise a huge amount of money in no time? Then you should play in a lottery – this article is going to disappoint you. Fundraising and sponsoring are well.

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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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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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