Download a programme (pdf) showing sessions open to GPEW members - updated 29 March
The full programme, including detailed session descriptions, is on the Congress website.
Read more about the amazing line up of global speakers here.
The Congress will open on Thursday 30 March with an opening plenary on The politics of hope: Challenges for the Greens in a globalized world with keynote speeches from:
Over the four days of the event, there will be a full programme of co-organised fringes alongside each partner's voting sessions/plenaries, including joint panels on climate, democracy and tax justice and parallel sessions on progressive alliances; Green action in the age of Trump, Erdogan, Putin and right-wing populism; Migration; Greening Brexit; the Future of Europe; Basic Income; Robotisation; Conscious capitalism; Nuclear Energy; Fracking; Peace processes and many, many more. And we hope to have a 'Lessons from the Netherlands' session with representatives from their campaign, and a video greeting from Jesse Klaver himself!
There will be entertainment each evening including music from Seize the Day and the Fab Beatles as well as the opportunity to sign up for walking tours to make the most out of your visit to Liverpool. The large dining area will be the hub for each evening's activities and will provide a great opportunity to mingle with fellow Greens from all over the globe.
Global Greens Party Exchange, 1 pm - 5.30 pm, Wednesday 29 March 2017, Jury's Inn, Liverpool
Is there something you always wanted to know about Greens in another country? Can you share information about Greens campaigns and strategies, or history and organisation? Or do you just want to meet other Greens. Come along to the Greens Party Exchange on the eve of the Global Greens Congress. Everyone's welcome. The program will be informal, there is no charge, tea/coffee will be provided, and you can come for part or all of the afternoon.