FROM THE CONVENORS

The energy around marriage equality changed with the Irish referendum and then tilted further towards the joyously inevitable with the US Supreme Court ruling. So what are we waiting for?

FOOD FOR THOUGHT

Young LGBTIQ people have many pressures in their lives and are disproportionately represented among the homeless and victims of crime. How do we change that?

seitliches Kopf-und-Schulter-Porträt einer jungen, brünetten Frau mit gelben Bauhelm als Kopfbedeckung und optimistischen Blick in die Kamera; rechte Hand am Helm

As the financial year comes to an end and we prepare to fill in our tax forms again, the Young Greens ask 'what's the purpose of work anyway?' Is there another solution?

FROM OUR MPS

Andrea Dawkins, Tasmanian MP

Who is Andrea Dawkins? The new member for Bass, in Tasmania, with a background in social enterprise primarily in a vegetarian café and venue called Fresh in Launceston.

PARTY NEWS

Anything can happen when you bring together Young Greens to give them the skills and motivation to step up and become a stronger campaigning force for lasting social change.

Senator Rachel Siewert celebrates 10 years in the Senate

It’s been a couple of months since the last Greens (WA) update — and a lot has happened since.

EMPLOYMENT AND VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

The Office Manager will ensure the efficient and effective running of the Senator's electorate office and oversee the frontline point of contact for the public with the Senator.

AND IN OTHER NEWS…

The Asia-Pacific Greens Federation held an International Congress in New Zealand last month. With delegates from 12 different countries, it was a meeting of minds and hearts.

The Philippines Greens were established in 2003, but made little impact electorally for more than a decade, despite recruiting nearly 700 members. However recent developments in the province of Laguna have created new optimism.

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