What do the Green Party stand for?

A green party is a formally organized political party based on the principles of green politics, such as social justice, environmentalism and nonviolence.

What do the Greens believe in?

The Greens oppose tax cuts that solely benefit the top bracket of income earners and lead to economic inequality and believe that all essential services need to be adequately funded to suit community needs; and argue for the recreation of a publicly-owned bank.

Is Labor Left or right?

Labor Left
Ideology Democratic socialism Social democracy Progressivism
Political position Centre-left to left-wing
National affiliation Australian Labor Party
Colours Red

What is the aim of the green movement?

The simple goal of Greenism is to raise awareness about the importance of environmental conservation. It sheds light on how the environment is directly linked to human health and the only way in which the environment can be restored is through the application of science and conscious, sustainable, natural practices.

What are the greens values?

The party cites four core values, namely ecological sustainability, social justice, grassroots democracy, and peace and non-violence. The party’s origins can be traced to early environmental movement in Australia, the Franklin Dam controversy, the Green bans, and the nuclear disarmament movement.

Which UK party is right-wing?

Conservative Party (UK)

Conservative and Unionist Party
LGBT wing LGBT+ Conservatives
Membership (2021) 200,000
Ideology Conservatism (British) Economic liberalism British unionism
Political position Centre-right

Is Anthony Albanese right-wing?

Albanese has described his political views as progressive, and is aligned with the Labor Left faction.