Our Mission

The Young Greens - Óige Ghlas believes in social and economic justice for all as well as environmental sustainability for the future. As a youth branch we also prioritise issues that effect young people disproportionately including education, housing, drug use, and reproductive rights.

Sustainable development is the pathway to the future we want for all. It offers a framework to generate economic growth, achieve social justice, exercise environmental stewardship and strengthen governance.
— Ban-Ki Moon, Ex Secretary General of the UN

What We're Involved In



The Young Greens are heavily involved in activism based activities such as protests, marches, urban renewal and voter registration.



Policy Development

The Green Party relies predominately on its members to create and direct policy. Some policies that the Young Greens have been involved with forming include:

  • Reproductive Rights

  • Sensible Drug Policy

  • Housing

  • Gender issues

  • Education

  • LGBTQ Rights


The Young Greens is an entirely voluntary organisation and as such fundraising is quite important. We host a variety of events in order to support ourselves in our goals.


Where you fit in?

Our members have a wide variety of interests and expertise which allow us to do what we do. You don't have to be interested in everything or participate in everything but if you anything has caught your eye, get in touch with us.