We’re organising a series of online workshops to talk about some of the recommendations the Holistic Review will be making to conference in October. We’ll be adding more dates and subjects later, click on the ones you’re interested in to book your place for the first ones.

New events added 11/7/18

Conference voting — 17th July 

How we elect our leaders — 19th July

Upcoming events


Training, Development and Organisational Learning

Our governing bodies (changes to GPEX, GPRC etc)

What local parties need from the centre



Workshops which have already happened

The future of conference – 7th July

Strengthening Equality, Diversity and Inclusion

All our workshops

This is the Eventbrite page for all our workshops, so you can see them all in one place and as we add more. Click here…

The workshops are limited to 30 people per workshop, and if we’re over booked we’ll try to put on more. Please don’t just book on to all the workshops unless you can definitely attend them all, as you may be blocking a place for someone else.

How to join the workshops

All these workshops will take place online using Zoom. You’ll receive an email from Julia Chanteray through Eventbrite just before the event with a link to the meeting. Zoom is easy to use and takes a couple of minutes to set up.

Please note that we’re not publishing the links to the meeting online beforehand to make sure that the workshops are only open to Green Party members who have pre-booked, so check your email to get the joining link.

Why the short notice for the workshops?

Some of our workshops have been called at short notice, and some people have been unhappy about this. It’s not ideal, and we apologise that there hasn’t been more notice for the events. Please remember that the Holistic Review Commission is a group of Green Party volunteers, and we’re doing the best we can to include as many people as possible.

Categories: Updates

1 Comment

Becky Fawcett · July 5, 2018 at 5:42 pm

Where is the equality and diversity workshop? There is NO information about that, just the time. I have Aspergers and we need to have all information set out clearly so we can make a choice.

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