This page lists our upcoming events across Victoria, including training sessions, field actions, social events and many more.
Our events are open to everyone, newcomers and seasoned campaigners alike - so please feel free to bring your friends, family and colleagues. Greens campaigns are run on people-power, and we could not do it without the support of people like you.
In order to receive more detailed event information, please make sure to RSVP. It will also help our event organisers prepare for the correct number of participants.
Join the team, we want volunteers to Phonebank members of Bayside Glen Eira to support the sale of tickets to the movie fundraiser "Sweet Country" showing on Friday evening on 2 February 2018 at the Palace Bay Brighton.
Please ignore the "Sold Out" button below, the phonebank is NOT sold out. Please contact Thomas Sounness on 0438499860 to know more.
Our campaign to elect Steph is starting to gear up in 2018. Come and help us mobilise our supporters and get them along to an event.
Full training and support is provided and newcomers welcome. Please bring a laptop and phone.
Pride March is the key public celebration of LGBTIQ culture, and we'll be marching under the Queer Greens Victoria banner to show that the Greens are fighting for the rights of LGBTIQ Victorians.
Together in 2017 we took on a damaging, divisive and costly public survey on our rights. And we won.
Join us in marching to celebrate how far we have come and how much we have achieved - and to show that we won't be going anywhere until we have full equality and acceptance.
We'll assemble from 12:30pm at the Corner of Fitzroy St & Lakeside Dr, St Kilda before we march with Pride.
Ain't no party like a Data Party!
Do you have a couple of hours that you can assist in entering data? Great way to meet members from other branches. Learn about our data systems as well as picking up new skills. No prior training needed, training and support is provided!
Please bring along a charged laptop or tablet. If you don't have one, one can be provided for you.
Refreshments will be provided. See you there!
Help power up our local Greens Campaigns in 2018 in good company. Join us for wine and cheese before seeing the powerful new Warwick Thornton film. Purchase tickets at the TryBooking website here.
Inspired by real events, Sweet Country is a period western set in 1929 in the outback of the Northern Territory, Australia. When Aboriginal stockman Sam kills white station owner in self-defence, Sam and his wife Lizzie go on the run. They are pursued across the outback, through glorious but harsh desert country.
"Stark, shocking, superbly shot... This is fiercely powerful storytelling" – The Guardian
Watch the preview here.
In order to help bring Green's women in the East together, Samantha Dunn is hosting a women's dinner. Perhaps you've been thinking about learning more about civic engagement in your area or wanting to connect with more women?
In all cases, if you're interested in meeting like minded women and having an opportunity to discuss issues that matter to you in a fun relaxed environment, please RSVP here.
We certainly look forward to seeing you there!
Meet at the Penny Drop in Box Hill for some good food.
This is the supporters and volunteers dinner. All welcome.
Find out what volunteer jobs there are for the federal campaign of Melbourne Ports and just have a good time meeting and chatting to fellow Greens and enjoying some good vegetarian food.
$50 help pay for a concession
Join Benny Wenda at the Free West Papua Campaign 2018 Update and Planning Evening in Melbourne, directly from the Chairman of the United Liberation Movement for West Papua.
We are aiming to have as many Free West Papua Campaign friends, families and supporters as possible at this very important event. 2018 will be a vital year in developing and extending our Free West Papua Campaign networks and support. Given that the petition calling for an internationally supervised vote for an independent West Papua reached the United Nations Decolonisation Comittee in 2017, we must take this opportunity to maximise the momentum towards a free West Papua. In August 2017 six young British swimmers covered a 69km journey up the length of Lake Geneva. They carried with them the petition of the people of West Papua and the cries of a nation in waiting. Banned by the Government of Indonesia, the West Papuan Peoples’ Petition demanded an internationally supervised vote and the human right to self-determination. Smuggled between villages, 1.8 million (over 70% of the indigenous population) West Papuans signed the banned petition in our largest show of support for a referendum on independence. The act of 'Free Choice' in July 1969 was a sham, where 1,025 Indigenous West Papuan men and women were threatened and directed how to vote by a show of hands. The event was noted by the United Nations in General Assembly resolution 2505 (XXIV), without qualification as to whether it complied with the authorising New York Agreement, and without qualification as to whether it was a legitimate act of "self-determination", as referred to and described in United National General Assembly resolutions 1514 and 1541 (XV) respectively.
Next month Benny Wenda will be returning to his home in exile, having been visiting the South Pacific for ULMWP meetings. He will be stopping in Melbourne specifically for this event and to meet with Melbourne’s West Papuan community. Following his talk there will be a Q&A session with other Free West Papua Campaign activists Jacob Rumbiak and Ronny Kareni, West Papuan singing and dance performances and West Papuan food to enjoy.
Please come to hear the words of Benny Wenda, who has been living in exile in England for 14 years, since his escape as a political prisoner in 2003.
Let's talk about the future! What's important to YOU as a Greens Woman? What issues should we be focusing on in 2018? Goal, activities, initiatives- let's talk.
We’re holding our first ever Victorian Greens Women’s Network conference on the 4th of February.
We want your input on what the Victorian Greens Women’s Network should focus on this year.
You’ll hear from women leaders in the party and learn lessons from the Pathways to Politics program. You’ll help shape our year ahead, looking at planning VGWN activities for the year, policies, diversity and outreach and more.
Lunch is provided and a full program will be provided closer to the date.
This event is open to members and future members. All genders welcome, including men, who are welcome to attend as observers.
For more than a decade, Colleen has been a fierce advocate for her community in Melbourne's western suburbs and has represented our Greens values in state parliament.
Colleen was elected to the parliament in 2006, together with Sue Pennicuik and Greg Barber, as the first Greens MPs in the Victorian Parliament, has she has helped build our party to the movement it is today.
Colleen has helped bring about some of the most significant legislative reforms in the state. Most recently this included passing voluntary assisted dying laws, to give terminally ill people greater choice at the end of their lives.
Colleen's immense contribution to her community in the west, and across Victoria, will leave enormous shoes to fill.
Join us to celebrate and farewell Colleen at her retirement party!