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Green Party Society

Come and meet new people, and get involved with good politics.

The Green Party believes fair is worth fighting for. Our vision is for a fairer, more democratic and environmentally friendly society. A new direction is required and an end to the status quo politics which has given us financial chaos and environmental breakdown.

The University of Sussex Green Party Society welcomes all students and staff with an interest in Green politics. Our aim is to promote the Green Party and its core principles to the campus community. We hold informal meetings throughout the year to organise events and campaigns, as well as being a place to socialise and have fun - check our Facebook, Twitter or watch out for our emails to find out when these will be. We also provide opportunities for university members to get involved in the wider Brighton and Hove Green Party and campaign in elections on behalf of our Green MP Caroline Lucas, our Green MEP Keith Taylor and our Green-controlled council.


The Green Party society have been awarded the bronze events leaf award by the Students’ Union in recognition of their exceptional ability to organise and hold events (2015/16)

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  • Green Party Society Standard Membership£0.00

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Activities Officer - Becky Doran

Email: activities@sussexstudent.com
Office: Activities Centre, 1st floor, Falmer House

Societies Administrators - Joanna & Tierney

Email: societies@sussexstudent.com
Phone: 01273 873415
Office: Union Hub, 1st floor, Falmer House

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