20 January 2012
"If we don’t have women in positions of power, the world Is a much worse place."
20 January 2012
"It is important that this attempt to impose the moral views of a tiny sliver of British society on the rest of the citizens is resoundingly defeated."
23 November 2011
Campaign aims to commemorate the victims of sexist violence and fight gender inequality.
21 November 2011
Greens mark UN International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women
19 October 2011
Lack of women "undermines the quality of law-making and scrutiny".
29 September 2011
"All Member States and international organisations have a role to play in developing a climate where this kind of intolerance is rejected outright."
14 September 2011
"Until we see far more women represented at senior levels in politics and industry, I think awards like these are an important way of highlighting and celebrating female achievement."
11 September 2011
"It's important to acknowledge the mistakes of the past and the huge amount of suffering caused by these practices."
08 August 2011
""While the Green Party is strongly in favour of measures to increase paternity leave, and the take-up of it, this should not be at the expense of maternity leave."
08 June 2011
Forty-four percent of councillors are women.
Latest campaign news
Amelia on International Day for the Elimation of Violence against Women and Girls: The UN has begun 16 days of activism against gender-based violence, ending on 10 December – Human Rights Day. Amelia Womack, Green Party Deputy Leader, has long campaigned for misogyny to be made a hate crime; here, she sets out steps the UK needs to take to improve its record on domestic abuse and violence against women. Read more in Green World...