Campaign updates from Green Party Women

Green MEP calls for EU hearing on 'honour' crimes

11 November 2010

'We need to work together to challenge the attitudes that consider such heinous crimes to be acceptable'

Job-share MPs would open up politics, says Caroline Lucas

11 September 2010

Change would 'encourage more women MPs and make Westminster politics more accessible'

Green Party conference focuses on women in prison

10 September 2010

'The number of women entering custody could be halved'

Green MEP demands action on 'honour' based violence

25 March 2010

Launches training video backed by NGOs and community groups

Message of support for Mothers' March and Speak Out

12 March 2010

Your call to "Invest in Caring Not Killing" is compelling.

Uganda must be persuaded to rethink homophobic laws, say Greens

10 March 2010

Unconditional assistance must be offered to Ugandan LGBT and Human Rights activists, and the government pressured to decriminalise homosexuality, says Green Party

International Women's Day: Green Party statement

08 March 2010

Time to balance work, life, and pay, for everyone.

Green policy strengthens support for breastfeeding

28 February 2010

Call for significant fines for businesses where women are asked to stop breastfeeding

Green Party adopts stand-out parental leave policy

24 February 2010

Total of 24 months allowed, with strong encouragement for parents to share the load

Green leader welcomes new EU presidency focus on gendered violence

13 January 2010

Proposed legislation could play a crucial role in ensuring that a restraining order put on a violent partner in one EU country also applies in another







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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...