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Pride’s History is Key to Liberation Today

By Ria Patel | 6th June 2022

As Pride Month begins, both history and the future hang over it. Narratives are critical. Queer activism and discourse often, like most other groups and identities, emphasises the common highlights […]

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Uganda Pride 2022

By violetrevelle | 29th April 2022

We stand in solidarity with our LGBTIQA+ siblings in Uganda and across Africa, and fully support their right to protest against homophobia, lesbophobia, transphobia, biphobia, queerphobia, and the oppressions they […]

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LGBTIQA+ Greens Condemn Education Minister On Outing Trans And Non-Binary Children To Parents By Teachers

By dlaycock | 28th April 2022

The LGTIQA+ Greens have condemned the Education Minister, Nadhim Zahawi that teachers should out trans and non-binary primary school children to their parents.  During the education select committee on Wednesday […]

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LGBTIQA+ Greens Rwanda Refugee Statement

By Ria Patel | 16th April 2022

LGBTIQA+ Greens condemn the Government’s Rwanda refugee strategy. The UK Government has proposed plans to send refugees to Rwanda to have asylum claims processed. Flying refugees 4500 miles away, when […]

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Why Trans Liberation Is Critical For All Liberation

By violetrevelle | 28th February 2022

Article written by: Seb Cousins, Trans Liberation Officer, Young Greens One of the many issues with the ‘trans debate’ has been its obsession with the existentialism of trans people’s bodies. […]

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LGBTIQA+ Greens response to EHRC statement on upcoming LGBTIQA+ legislation

By Ria Patel | 3rd February 2022

Last week the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) released their response on the Gender Recognition Act (GRA) and so-called ‘conversion therapy’. The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) is […]

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LGBTIQA+ Green Party

We are the Green Party of England & Wales' liberation group for lesbian, gay, bi, trans, intersex, queer, and asexual/ aromantic people, also known as the LGBTIQA+ Greens. Our liberation group is formed by and for LGBTIQA+ Green Party members and allies.

Discrimination remains in many areas of life such as housing, education, employment and health and LGBTIQA+ Greens campaign for a fairer and more just society.

We aim to increase awareness and understanding of LGBTIQA+ issues within the Green Party, progressive movements and society as a whole. We also aim to increase awareness and understanding of Green and progressive values among LGBTIQA+ people.

LGBTIQA+ Greens aim to build a more sustainable and just society where everyone is valued, respected and empowered regardless of their sexuality, gender identity or intersex status.

Image showing LGBTIQA+ Green Party members at Pride