Green Party Women is an affiliate group of the Green Party of England and Wales.
Our aim is to help women to do green politics better. Networking, training and help with funding to attend Conference, or other events, where lack of childcare or transport costs are a barrier.
The Green Party is growing. We have a member of Parliament, Caroline Lucas, two members of the House of Lords, Jenny Jones and Natalie Bennett and two members of the London Assembly, Sian Berry and Caroline Russell.
In addition, we have hundreds of Councillors in District and Unitary Authorities and Parish Councils.
The Green Party are proudly feminist, and unlike other major political parties in the UK, the majority of our leading politicians are women. We have rules ensuring gender balance within our leadership (including for our Welsh Party), our regional and Parliamentary candidates, and for the chairs of our regional council and Young Greens.
A copy of the current Green Party Women constitution can be found here:
Green Party Women Constitution adopted June 2019
I am a scientist/researcher, musician and filmmaker. My work uses narrative film as a means to highlight difficult and political issues. My current work focuses on the intersection of women’s rights and climate change. I have been a lifelong activist and a staunch campaigner for the rights of women and girls. I joined the Green […]
I have been a member of the Green Party for around a decade, though until recently I was not actively involved, but I am certainly looking forward to getting stuck in now. Most of my previous political activism was centred around nuclear disarmament and local cuts to services. I am a supporter of Extinction Rebellion […]
I joined the Ecology Party in 1984 when I was living in Stockport. I became a more active member when I moved to Sheffield in 1988 and took on the role of Secretary and started attending Conference. We stood a candidate in the European Elections in 1989 – the year when the Green Party gained […]
Bio: Current Diversity and Equality Committee Chair GPEW Ex PPC For GPWE Erith and Thamesmead Ex Equality and Diversity Coordinator GPWE GPW membership officer Worked extensively in the Health and Social Care with background in Housing Law and Human Rights Law. Currently on the Board of Greenwich Housing Rights and Lecturer in Higher Education […]
Dee is a former member of the Green Party Executive Committee and former co-Chair of Camden Green Party. After a career in journalism, including as a foreign correspondent and as a senior communication manager for Channel 4 Television, Unicef and Amnesty International, she is now a strategic communication consultant and freelance writer. […]
My commitment to the earth and nature began through poetry, not politics. Reading Robert Graves book ‘The White Goddess’ where he says that the single poetic theme is to preserve the knowledge of the power of the earth goddess, which science and patriarchal religion ignore. “The longer her hour is postponed, and therefore the more […]
Julia is a freelance writer, editor and podcaster. She co-hosts the feminist, progressive and green podcast Big Green Politics Podcast, and the Green Party of England and Wales podcast Green Space. She tweets at @julialagoutte. […]
Rosamund Kissi-Debrah agrees to become the Green Party Women’s first appointed Spokes Woman on Air Pollution
GPW are very pleased to announce that Rosamund Kissi-Debrah has been appointed as the Green Party Women’s Spokes Woman on Air Pollution. Rosamund is the Co-Founder of the Ella Roberta Family Foundation which was set up after the death of her beloved 9 year old daughter, Ella Roberta, in 2013 from a rare and severe […]