In line with the launch of our Strategic Development Plan 2012-16, the Green Party is reviewing all current policies. As new policies are agreed by our Policy Groups, they will be made available here.
All Green Party policies are based on the founding principles of the Green Party, which are:
o The impact of society on the environment should not be ecologically disruptive.
o Conservation of resources is vital to a sustainable society.
o All political, social and economic decisions should be taken at the lowest effective level.
o Society should be guided by self-reliance and co-operation at all levels.
o As caretakers of the Earth, we have the responsibility to pass it on in a fit and healthy state.
o The need for world peace overrides national and commercial interests.
o The poverty of two-thirds of the world's family demands a redistribution of the world's resources.
Green Party Constitution
The party's constitution was most recently updated at our 2012 Convention. You can download a copy of the Constitution from here.
Green Party Strategic Plan 2012-2016 here
Green Party Budget Proposals 2013 here
The Climate is Changing - Is Europe Ready? European Policy Centre paper here
Polasaí Gaeilge / Irish Language
Tá sé seo á athbhreithniú faoi láthair. Má tá aon tuairimí agat air, déan teagmháil le email@example.com le do thoil.
Currently being reviewed - if you've any comments or thoughts please email them onto to firstname.lastname@example.org
Contacts for Policy / Review Groups
- Climate Change David Healy
- Consitutional & Political Reform Joan Campbell
- Economics and Finance Dónall Geoghegan
- Education and Children - Denis Shields
- Energy - Ossian Smyth
- Europe Andrew Murphy
- Food - Darag Anglim
- International Tom Simpson
- Irish Language Seán Ó Buachalla
- Science and Technology (inc. IT and Communications) Norman McMillan
- Transport - John Brownlee