Te Rōpū Pounamu is the nationwide network of Māori Green Party members. Te Rōpū Pounamu actively advocates for te ao Māori in all Green Party processes, policies and practices. This advocacy supports the commitment of the Green Party to Te Tiriti o Waitangi as the founding document of Aotearoa New Zealand, and acknowledgement of Māori as tangata whenua as set out in the Green Party Charter.
Kaiwhakahaere: Darleen Hoff-Nielsen & Ropata Moore
Aotearoa Greens Global is a Network for Green Party members living overseas. Overseas members also have a 'home' Electorate, Branch and Province, based on where they vote. This ensures that members living overseas can still participate in internal Party processes.
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We are young people who are passionate about ecological wisdom, social justice, appropriate decision-making and non- violence. We encourage Young Greens to stand as representatives in New Zealand's central and local governments and develop the skills they will need do so. The Young Greens also act as a policy incubator for the development of youth-oriented policy and campaigns.
Co-convenors: Lourdes Vano & Rohan O’Neill-Stevens
Facebook link HERE
The Rainbow Greens network aims to promote the rights and welfare of all rainbow/LGBTQIA+ people.
We are a group of rainbow party members from throughout the community. We stand for comprehensive rainbow education in schools, accessible and affirming health care for Gay, Lesbian, Bi & Pansexual, Trans, Intersex and Nonbinary people, and rainbow inclusive mental health services for all.
Co-convenors: Kate Aschoff and Matt Sharpe
Facebook link HERE
The GreenLeft Network stands for and works to promote an explicitly anti-capitalist Green Party of Aotearoa.
For our Kaupapa Statement and to sign up to be a member of the GreenLeft Network, fill out this form here.
Co-convenor: Jack Brazil
The Inclusive Greens is the Green Party's disability network, led by and for everyone within the Green Party who self-identifies as disabled or Deaf, including people living with chronic illness or mental illness or who are neurodiverse.
Co-convenors: Joe Boon and Áine Kelly-Costello
The Green Party's women's network.
Co-convenors: Debs Martin