Saturday afternoon saw LGBTIQA+ Greens hold a lively hustings for the party’s leadership and deputy leadership hopefuls.
They tackled a wide range of questions about how they would work with liberation groups such as LGBTIQA+ Greens; how they would connect the issues of climate justice and social justice and how they would support LGBTIQA+ members to compete for elected positions.
The leaders debate featured:
- Home Affairs spokesperson, Shahrar Ali
- current Co-Leader, Jonathan Bartley (running with job-share partner Sian Berry)
- Solihull Councillor, Rosi Sexton.
The deputy leader contest featured:
- former Young Greens SP Committee Co-Chair, Nick Humberstone;
- Councillor and former Bristol Lord Mayor, Cleo Lake;
- 2019 parliamentary candidate for South West Hertfordshire, Tom Pashby; a
- Green Party Deputy Leader, Amelia Womack.
Unfortunately Andrea Carey Fuller (2019 parliamentary candidate for Lewisham Deptford) was unavailable to attend. She sent in a video in her stead.
Watch the videos here:
Andrea wasn't able to send over her welcome video before the event. It's available below.