In September 2020 NSW will go to the polls to elect 128 local councils across NSW. The Greens NSW currently have 56 councillor on 33 NSW Councils covering a combined population of over 3 million of NSW’s 7.5 million residents.
Greens Councillors have played a vital role in councils divesting from fossil fuels; helped create community power co-operatives and declare a climate emergency; led campaigns to keep childcare, waste services, swimming pools and libraries in public hands; they have championed the right of residents to address Council, access information and be meaningfully consulted. Our Greens Councillors work hard, they advocate for change and they generate media every day.
Our goal is to have 80 Greens Councillors elected to 46 Councils in 2020.
What will you do as a Greens Councillor?
Come along and be inspired!
Introductions by Senator Mehreen Faruqi and John Sutton, one of the first two Greens NSW councillors elected in 1992
Jonathan Sri, Brisbane City Councillor – Why would you be a Councillor?
Amanda Findley, Mayor of Shoalhaven – What you can achieve without the numbers!
David Shoebridge, Member of the Legislative Council – Why Councillors are more important than MPs
Jamie Parker, Member for Balmain – From Councillor to MP
Linda Eisler, Canterbury Bankstown – ICAC and loyalty
Jennie Fenton, Bellingen – Community access to Council
Dominic Wy Kanak, Deputy Mayor of Waverley – 20 years on Waverley Council
Campaigning for the community
Emma Heyde, Hornsby – Saving community childcare
Philipa Veitch, Randwick – Council and community action on climate change
Leah Ferrara, Goulburn – Campaigning on youth issues
Greens achievements on regional councils
Sarah Ndiaye & Michael Lyon, Mayor of Byron Bay; Amanda Cohn, Deputy Mayor of Albury; and Dominic King, Mayor of Bellingen
All members of the Greens NSW are welcome. Registration is required for catering purposes.
GLEBE NSW 2037
|Conference ticket||$ 15.00|
|Keen Green||$ 30.00|