Green Party Women
Green Party Women is a subgroup of the Green Party of England & Wales.
The group aims to make links between the party and women's groups and organisations nationally and internationally, to promote the women-friendly policies and approach of the party, and to work generally to promote women's rights.
It works by putting forward policy and campaign proposals to the party, and by promoting policy and campaign proposals to the party, and promoting party policies to women's groups.
It participates in women's and other political and cultural events and drafts, prepares and distributes appropriate publicity materials. All women who are members of the party are welcome to join. You can join (there is no fee) by emailing email@example.com. Men are equally welcome as associate members.
08 June 2013
Green Party Women joined in the celebrations of the life of Emily Wilding Davison today (Saturday 8th June). Held simultaneously in Victoria Park, east London, and in Morpeth, Northumberland women gathered on what was the exact centenary of her death. She was trampled by the King’s horse during the Derby on 4th June whilst possibly trying to attach a ‘Votes for Women’ banner to his harness. The horse and jockey fell but were unharmed, whilst Wilding Davison died four days later of her injuries.
30 November 2012