11 March 2015
Green Party Women members, alongside anti-nuclear protesters from across the country, descended on Aldermaston on Saturday 9th August, to unfurl a seven mile long pink peace scarf between the two nuclear weapons sites, Aldermaston and Burghfield.
15 January 2014
Sunday 12th January saw several members of Green Party Women attend the women’s peace camp at the Aldermaston Nuclear Weapons Establishment in Berkshire. Natalie Bennett, Green Party Leader, was in attendance, alongside Green Party Women Chair Sarah Cope.
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.
26 February 2013
THE Green Party’s spring conference on Monday took a further step towards the goal, established at Autumn Conference last year, to achieve at least 50% of female candidates in general elections. Conference agreed that if no woman has come forward when the initial nomination period closes, a second call for nominations will be made.
30 November 2012
Euro MP Welcomes UN Ruling on Female Genital Mutilation
24 October 2012
Green Party Women joined over 200 people from around the country to meet face to face with their MPs to call for urgent action on women’s equality.
14 July 2012
Product register, improved product traceability, and a pre-market authorisation system recommended
14 June 2012
"This act of physical, psychological and emotional abuse that affects hundreds of thousands of women and girls each and every day."
30 May 2012
For thousands of women, the experience of attempting to claim asylum is one hallmarked by crippling shame, anxiety and confusion.
08 March 2012
"The Government should instead look to invest in the economy and a coherent job creation programme."