Green Magazine

October 2022


One to watch: the Victorian state election

On November 26 Victorians will again go to the polls, and the outcome of the state election will have ramifications on the whole country. Because as Victorian Greens leader Samantha Ratnam writes, Victoria would be much less progressive than it is now without Greens in Parliament working to protect people, planet and climate.

ADHD: A difficult, hard path to diagnosis

Over recent years there’s been a swelling tide of ADHD diagnoses – thankfully because we’ve come quite far in our understanding of the condition, the people it affects and how it manifests in them. But there is still a long way to go, and the Greens are working to fix it.

Facing down racism is essential

Conflict will always be a part of political debate, especially on issues as important as the legacy of the British monarchy. But as Senator Mehreen Faruqi explains, there’s never an excuse for attacking someone for who they are.

Also this month

Pakistan at a climate crossroads

Right now, Pakistan is in the news due to massive flooding, monsoon rains and melting glaciers. The country needs urgent support – and the Australian Greens are calling on the Albanese Government to step in.

Making a shit-hot national ICAC

Right now, we have a once-in-a generation opportunity to create the best possible anti-corruption commission to future-proof the democratic institutions we all rely on. Senator David Shoebridge explains why the Greens are committed to achieving that before the end of the year.