Welcome to Hackney Green Party!

Hackney Greens are a friendly group of Hackney residents who work together to represent the green agenda in Hackney, fighting for local issues that affect the people of Hackney.  We are an entirely voluntary organisation with no full time staff, the more of us that get involved, the more we can do, everyone is welcome to help us campaign for a fairer, sustainable society.

  • Upcoming events

    March Business and Admin Meeting

    Tuesday, March 09, 2021 at 07:30 PM · 5 rsvps

    Join us for our regular monthly meeting. We'll be discussing our plans in the local area.

    More Info 2021-03-09 19:30:00 2021-03-09 21:30:00 Europe/London March Business and Admin Meeting https://zoom.us/j/95379665371?pwd=ck1wanpkZENwYUtWMHgxdmtycWNhdz09 Password: Daffodil Add to Calendar

    Hackney & Islington Phonebank Training

    Sunday, March 14, 2021 at 10:00 AM · 8 rsvps

    Reaching out directly to people is how we build up people powered democracy and can turn Hackney Green!

    Helping to ring round residents is one of the most effective things you can do to support the London Mayor campaign and our campaigns in Hackney. So join us on Sunday 14 March 10-12noon to meet the team and get trained online via Zoom. 

    This is a great way to get involved if you like speaking to people and an easy way to contribute to the campaign from home. 

    More Info 2021-03-14 10:00:00 2021-03-14 12:00:00 Europe/London Hackney & Islington Phonebank Training https://zoom.us/j/97893762989?pwd=dHZ5VTYyUzN0ampUYWlMb2svSTNIQT09 Add to Calendar
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  • Latest News

    Speak up for Ridley Villas residents

    Hackney Green Party campaigner Augusta Itua has been working with current and former residents of the hostel to improve conditions. Concerns have been raised about Ridley Villas for years and an investigation by the Hackney Gazette in 2018 with the help of Green Party campaigner Dr Alex Armitage found overcrowded, damp, rodent-infested and squalid conditions inside the building. Conditions haven’t improved. 

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  • Open Letter: Sistah Space Venue Relocation

    We have grown increasingly concerned with the situation regarding Sistah Space and the proposed relocation to their previous address in Clapton.

    Today with the Hackney Women’s Equality Party and Hackney Liberal Democrats we have sent a joint letter to Mayor Philip Glanville seeking assurances that arrangements are in place to ensure we avoid the loss of this essential service for African and Caribbean women suffering from domestic abuse across Hackney and London and asking the following:

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