Our headline campaigns this year are:

  • Fighting for the rights of LGBTIQA+ refugees. 
  • Pushing for trans inclusion
  • Advocating for LGBTIQA+ inclusive education in schools
  • Tackling domestic violence and homelessness in the LGBTIQA+ community
  • Fighting for PrEP via the NHS for everyone that needs it

We organised a comprehensive response to the Government’s Gender Recognition Act reform consultatations. More information is available here.

LGBTIQA+ rights Green pledge

The Green Party is electing it’s new leadership team. We’re asking all candidates to back our eight pledges.

We need our leaders and members on the Green Party executive to wholeheartedly back LGBTIQA+ equality.

LGBTIQA+ rights are human rights

The Green Party has always been at the forefront of supporting equality. At a time where rights are under attack it’s vital we elect people who are committed wholeheartedly to our struggle.

LGBTIQA+ Greens are asking candidates for our internal election to sign the LGBTIQA+ Greens pledge. We want to know that you’ll work tirelessly to fight for LGBTIQA+ equality.


We ask you to commit to:

Campaign with the LGBTIQA+ Greens to protect trans rights in the Equality Act and fight for reform of the Gender Recognition Act. For a kinder and less bureaucratic process for recognising trans people’s gender

Recognise non binary identities are valid and promise to ensure they are recognised in internal processes and in wider society

Supporting reserved places on the Green Party Council for LGBTIQA+ people

Supporting efforts to get more LGBTIQA+ people elected to be Councillors and more

Supporting gender affirming healthcare for trans youth rejecting ideological interference with current practice

Agree to press for full implementation of the government's LGBT+ Action plan including legislating a ban on conversion therapy

Calling for proper funding for trans healthcare in the NHS to reduce 3 year+ waiting lists 

Supporting LGBT+ inclusive schools in line with the new Relationship and Sex Education curriculum due to roll out from September