This year the Australian Greens are reviewing our national constitution. Since the Australian Greens were established in 1992, the national constitution has outlined the values, structures and processes of our party.
Reviewing it today gives us the opportunity to look at what we need to grow and strengthen our party for the future. Your views are vital to this project and submissions are sought by Monday 31 March.
For more information about the constitution review so far and how you can contribute, please visit The Greenhouse.
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LATEST NEWS FROM OUR FEDERAL MPS
- Greens back international opposition to Abbott's attacks on our environment (Christine Milne)
- 'March In March' shows Abbott is losing support (Adam Bandt)
- Greens to oppose ACNC repeal as the Abbott Government ignores the community sector (Rachel Siewert)
- Government's OSB secrecy slammed in Senate report (Sarah Hanson-Young)
- No protection given for free to air sports (Scott Ludlam)
- Productivity Commission Report Slams Coalition's Approach on Infrastructure (Lee Rhiannon)
- Greens to introduce bill to ban Alpine grazing (Richard Di Natale)
- Will Minister Marmion ignore WA Water Corporation warning in his thirst for fracking? (Larissa Waters)
- Guide to the curriculum review (Penny Wright)
- Greens introduce Bill to protect the Public Interest against Trojan horse provisions in Trade Agreements (Peter Whish-Wilson)