Young Greens are the official youth wing of the Green Party in Northern Ireland and a member organisation of the Federation of Young European Greens. We are a cross-community group working as a safe political space for all in NI. We campaign for an equal, open, and just society, and a political system which represents young and marginalised people.


The London Young Greens recently started their #membersmatter campaign, showcasing the policies and positions that different people are proud of in the Green Party- we’re taking part in that campaign here, and invite all Young Greens with a policy they’re proud of to join us! Simply download and print this PDF- YGNImmboard -and write in a green policy/position that you… Read more →

Vote REMAIN on Thursday: a Young Green Perspective

In advance of Thursday’s referndum on UK membership of the EU, the Green Party and Young Greens are campaigning for a Remain vote; we recognise the EU’s flaws, but believe cross-border co-operation is the best way to reform it and create a political system of solidarity and equality; Another Europe is Possible. The following is an article, originally written for… Read more →

Young Greens Release Youth Manifesto!

Young Greens Northern Ireland launched our first Youth Manifesto on Saturday 13th February. The Young Greens are calling on the Assembly to legislate for equal marriage, introduction of a living wage for all and votes at 16. Aidan Jones, Chair of Young Greens Northern Ireland said, “I am really excited to release our first Young Greens manifesto today. “We want… Read more →

Calling all QUB Students! Fossil-Free Referendum

Tomorrow is a major student referendum on Fossil Free QUB​– if you log into QOL, you’ll be able to answer the question “Should Queen’s University divest from fossil fuels?” We’re campaigning to vote YES, to make pressure for clean, transparent investment from the University. The Fossil Free campaign has been backed by numerous organisations and people, including the Green Party,… Read more →