Our mission

The Global Greens is the partnership of the world’s Green parties and political movements, working cooperatively to implement the Global Greens Charter. This unique and inspiring document sets out our core values of ecological wisdom, social justice, participatory democracy, nonviolence, sustainability and respect for diversity.

Six Principles

Participatory Democracy

Nonviolence

Social justice

Sustainability

Respect for Diversity

Ecological Wisdom

WITH MEMBERS IN OVER

100+

COUNTRIES

the Greens are the world’s fastest growing political family. We work for change inside and outside the world’s parliaments and have elected representatives in all corners of the world at local, state and national level, and in the European Parliament. The Global Greens are organised into four federations in the Americas, Africa, Europe and Asia-Pacific.

we aim to make the 21st century

A green century!

Global Greens
Political Actions
  • DEMOCRACY
  • EQUITY
  • CLIMATE CHANGE AND ENERGY
  • BIODIVERSITY
  • GOVERNING ECONOMIC GLOBALISATION BY SUSTAINABILITY PRINCIPLES
  • HUMAN RIGHTS
  • FOOD AND WATER
  • SUSTAINABLE PLANNING
  • PEACE AND SECURITY
  • ACTING GLOBALLY

DEMOCRACY

The majority of the world’s people live in countries with undemocratic regimes where corruption is rampant and human rights abuses and press censorship are commonplace. Developed democracies suffer less apparent forms of corruption through media concentration, corporate political funding, systematic exclusion of racial, ethnic, national and religious commnuities, and electoral systems that discriminate against alternative ideas and new and small parties.

EQUITY

EEThe majority of the world’s people live in countries with undemocratic regimes where corruption is rampant and human rights abuses and press censorship are commonplace. Developed democracies suffer less apparent forms of corruption through media concentration, corporate political funding, systematic exclusion of racial, ethnic, national and religious commnuities, and electoral systems that discriminate against alternative ideas and new and small parties.

CLIMATE CHANGE AND ENERGY

CLThe majority of the world’s people live in countries with undemocratic regimes where corruption is rampant and human rights abuses and press censorship are commonplace. Developed democracies suffer less apparent forms of corruption through media concentration, corporate political funding, systematic exclusion of racial, ethnic, national and religious commnuities, and electoral systems that discriminate against alternative ideas and new and small parties.

BIODIVERSITY

BIOThe majority of the world’s people live in countries with undemocratic regimes where corruption is rampant and human rights abuses and press censorship are commonplace. Developed democracies suffer less apparent forms of corruption through media concentration, corporate political funding, systematic exclusion of racial, ethnic, national and religious commnuities, and electoral systems that discriminate against alternative ideas and new and small parties.

GOVERNING ECONOMIC GLOBALISATION BY SUSTAINABILITY PRINCIPLES

GOVThe majority of the world’s people live in countries with undemocratic regimes where corruption is rampant and human rights abuses and press censorship are commonplace. Developed democracies suffer less apparent forms of corruption through media concentration, corporate political funding, systematic exclusion of racial, ethnic, national and religious commnuities, and electoral systems that discriminate against alternative ideas and new and small parties.

HUMAN RIGHTS

HUThe majority of the world’s people live in countries with undemocratic regimes where corruption is rampant and human rights abuses and press censorship are commonplace. Developed democracies suffer less apparent forms of corruption through media concentration, corporate political funding, systematic exclusion of racial, ethnic, national and religious commnuities, and electoral systems that discriminate against alternative ideas and new and small parties.

FOOD AND WATER

FOOThe majority of the world’s people live in countries with undemocratic regimes where corruption is rampant and human rights abuses and press censorship are commonplace. Developed democracies suffer less apparent forms of corruption through media concentration, corporate political funding, systematic exclusion of racial, ethnic, national and religious commnuities, and electoral systems that discriminate against alternative ideas and new and small parties.

SUSTAINABLE PLANNING

SUSThe majority of the world’s people live in countries with undemocratic regimes where corruption is rampant and human rights abuses and press censorship are commonplace. Developed democracies suffer less apparent forms of corruption through media concentration, corporate political funding, systematic exclusion of racial, ethnic, national and religious commnuities, and electoral systems that discriminate against alternative ideas and new and small parties.

PEACE AND SECURITY

PEAThe majority of the world’s people live in countries with undemocratic regimes where corruption is rampant and human rights abuses and press censorship are commonplace. Developed democracies suffer less apparent forms of corruption through media concentration, corporate political funding, systematic exclusion of racial, ethnic, national and religious commnuities, and electoral systems that discriminate against alternative ideas and new and small parties.

ACTING GLOBALLY

ACTThe majority of the world’s people live in countries with undemocratic regimes where corruption is rampant and human rights abuses and press censorship are commonplace. Developed democracies suffer less apparent forms of corruption through media concentration, corporate political funding, systematic exclusion of racial, ethnic, national and religious commnuities, and electoral systems that discriminate against alternative ideas and new and small parties.

READ CHARTER

The majority of the world’s people live in countries with undemocratic regimes where corruption is rampant and human rights abuses and press censorship are commonplace. Developed democracies suffer less apparent forms of corruption through media concentration, corporate political funding, systematic exclusion of racial, ethnic, national and religious commnuities, and electoral systems that discriminate against alternative ideas and new and small parties.

EEThe majority of the world’s people live in countries with undemocratic regimes where corruption is rampant and human rights abuses and press censorship are commonplace. Developed democracies suffer less apparent forms of corruption through media concentration, corporate political funding, systematic exclusion of racial, ethnic, national and religious commnuities, and electoral systems that discriminate against alternative ideas and new and small parties.

CLThe majority of the world’s people live in countries with undemocratic regimes where corruption is rampant and human rights abuses and press censorship are commonplace. Developed democracies suffer less apparent forms of corruption through media concentration, corporate political funding, systematic exclusion of racial, ethnic, national and religious commnuities, and electoral systems that discriminate against alternative ideas and new and small parties.

BIOThe majority of the world’s people live in countries with undemocratic regimes where corruption is rampant and human rights abuses and press censorship are commonplace. Developed democracies suffer less apparent forms of corruption through media concentration, corporate political funding, systematic exclusion of racial, ethnic, national and religious commnuities, and electoral systems that discriminate against alternative ideas and new and small parties.

GOVThe majority of the world’s people live in countries with undemocratic regimes where corruption is rampant and human rights abuses and press censorship are commonplace. Developed democracies suffer less apparent forms of corruption through media concentration, corporate political funding, systematic exclusion of racial, ethnic, national and religious commnuities, and electoral systems that discriminate against alternative ideas and new and small parties.

HUThe majority of the world’s people live in countries with undemocratic regimes where corruption is rampant and human rights abuses and press censorship are commonplace. Developed democracies suffer less apparent forms of corruption through media concentration, corporate political funding, systematic exclusion of racial, ethnic, national and religious commnuities, and electoral systems that discriminate against alternative ideas and new and small parties.

FOOThe majority of the world’s people live in countries with undemocratic regimes where corruption is rampant and human rights abuses and press censorship are commonplace. Developed democracies suffer less apparent forms of corruption through media concentration, corporate political funding, systematic exclusion of racial, ethnic, national and religious commnuities, and electoral systems that discriminate against alternative ideas and new and small parties.

SUSThe majority of the world’s people live in countries with undemocratic regimes where corruption is rampant and human rights abuses and press censorship are commonplace. Developed democracies suffer less apparent forms of corruption through media concentration, corporate political funding, systematic exclusion of racial, ethnic, national and religious commnuities, and electoral systems that discriminate against alternative ideas and new and small parties.

PEAThe majority of the world’s people live in countries with undemocratic regimes where corruption is rampant and human rights abuses and press censorship are commonplace. Developed democracies suffer less apparent forms of corruption through media concentration, corporate political funding, systematic exclusion of racial, ethnic, national and religious commnuities, and electoral systems that discriminate against alternative ideas and new and small parties.

ACTThe majority of the world’s people live in countries with undemocratic regimes where corruption is rampant and human rights abuses and press censorship are commonplace. Developed democracies suffer less apparent forms of corruption through media concentration, corporate political funding, systematic exclusion of racial, ethnic, national and religious commnuities, and electoral systems that discriminate against alternative ideas and new and small parties.

Goes to strengthening our global movement

GOES TO STRENGTHENING OUR GLOBAL MOVEMENT​