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Statement on Human Rights Day

December 10 marks the 63rd Human Rights Day, created in honour of the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human of Rights. Signed in 1948, this declaration became the first globally recognized statement of rights, biased neither by race, nor gender, nor cultural background. Instead, it sought to bring a standard of equality for citizens across the world.

Statement on the passing of Nelson Mandela

We mourn the passing of Nelson Mandela. Our thoughts are with his family, South Africans and all of humanity.

International Volunteer Day

Friend,

Today is International Volunteer Day and we want to take this opportunity to let you know how important you are! 

Volunteering matters. Your contributions to the BC Greens are helping us grow so that we can tackle the big issues in British Columbia, get more MLAs elected and build better communities, towns, cities, province and beyond.

BC Greens raise $1846 for Men’s Health

VICTORIA, BC – The BC Green Party raised $1846 for men’s health. For the month of November Adam Olsen, Interim Leader, and Andrew Weaver, MLA and Deputy Leader, participated in the global Movember movement, growing mustaches and raising money for men’s health issues. 

Statement on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women

Today we join the international community in calling for an end to violence against women. In 1999, the United Nations General Assembly designated November 25th as the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. Violence against women is a violation of human rights and a consequence of ongoing gender inequalities.

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