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A way forward for the European Greens

Resolution accepted at the EGP Council meeting, Brussels, Belgium, March 29, 2009

The Council therefore calls upon the EGP Committee to organise  the issues to which the EGP should devote its energy and resources during the next mandate and beyond; the desired organisational development of the EGP, concerning structures such as the Committee and staff, Green Foundation, working groups, member parties and observers, and individual supporters; and the nature of the relationships and cooperation between the parties mentioned above.

October 18, 2009
The obligation to stop violence in Georgia

Resolution accepted at the EGP Council meeting, Brussels, Belgium, March 29, 2009

The EGP Is especially concerned about the humanitarian catastrophe which took place during and after the war. The large number of military and civilian victims from both sides, as mentioned in the European Parliamentary Assembly resolution along with documented facts of ethnic cleansing and the forced resettlement committed in ethnic Georgian villages in South Ossetia and the “buffer zones” by irregular militia and gangs.

October 18, 2009
Global Greens Secretariat

Resolution accepted at the EGP Council meeting, Brussels, Belgium, March 29, 2009

March 29, 2009
European Greens support global actions ahead of G20 Summit

Resolution accepted at the EGP Council meeting, Brussels, Belgium, March 29, 2009

On April 2, the G 20 will meet for the World Financial Summit in London, and the leaders of the biggest economies risk missing yet another opportunity. To avoid failure, enforceable agreements in at least three areas have to be achieved:

March 29, 2009
Stop Barroso!

Resolution accepted at the EGP Council meeting, Brussels, Belgium, March 29, 2009

Too often he has abdicated his responsibilities, demoting the Commission from 'guardian of the treaties' to lapdog of the most dominant Member States and most influential industries. When he has attempted to lead, he has pulled in the wrong direction. His policies have contributed to the financial and economic crises and failed to respond to them. They have consistently put the interests of unfettered trade and big business ahead of the environment, social issues and individuals. The Greens urge Europe to resist taking the wrong road for another five years.

March 29, 2009
Green vision on peace, disarmament, conflict prevention and crisis management

Resolution accepted at the EGP Council meeting, Brussels, Belgium, March 29, 2009

European security policy must be a human rights policy in which populations - minorities in particular - must be protected against genocide, war crimes and other crimes against humanity. Fundamental rights are not negotiable.

March 29, 2009
Towards an EGP Supporters Network by Groen!

Resolution accepted at the EGP Council meeting, Brussels, Belgium, March 29, 2009

Because the world around us changes. Today’s challenges are less and less limited to country borders. Many NGO’s have well understood that; they are increasingly organised at an international level – think of Amnesty, Greenpeace or the French doctors. They offer citizens international action perspectives – like donation campaigns, counter summits, and Social Forums. Political parties however still are nationally focussed, because that is the level where votes and seats have to be won and where the funding comes from. Even the elections for the European Parliament, one of the few international democratic bodies, are organised on a national basis.

March 29, 2009

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