The North East Wales Green Party, in line with the wider goals of The Green Party of England and Wales, recognise that many individuals and communities experience unlawful and unfair discrimination and oppression on the grounds of their gender (including transgender and transsexual people), relationship or marital status, race or ethnicity, mental or physical health or disability, sexual orientation (because they are lesbian, gay, bisexual or heterosexual), age, language, background, faith or religious belief (or non-belief), physical appearance, employment status, and political opinions. We believe that equality for all is a basic human right and actively oppose all forms of unlawful and unfair discrimination. We celebrate the diversity of society and are striving to promote and reflect that diversity within this organisation. We aim to address the inequality in our society and aim to include and actively promote participation from under-represented groups in our organisation, in line with the philosophies of The Green Party of England and Wales.
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2016 National Assembly for Wales Candidates
- Green Party responds to Isle of Wight MP resignation 28/04/2017
- Green Party condemns Conservative MP’s comments on homosexuality 28/04/2017
- Greens to launch LGBTIQA+ manifesto in church 28/04/2017
- Green Party agrees electoral alliance with Women’s Equality Party 27/04/2017
- Corbyn and May ‘running scared’ of TV debates, says Lucas 26/04/2017
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