Revised August 2014

Principles

The Greens NSW believe that:

1. parliament should reflect the diversity of New South Wales society;

2. all citizens who have the right to vote should have every opportunity to do so;

3. the electoral system should be transparent and democratic and ensure every vote counts;

Revised May 2014

Principles

The Greens NSW believe that:

1. Consistent with the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, all people have the right to participate fully in all aspects of civil, political, social, economic and cultural life, regardless of their differing abilities.

Revised February 2015

Principles:

The Greens NSW believe:

Revised May 2014

Principles

The Greens NSW believe:

1. Early childhood (birth to 8 years of age) is an extremely important and formative period of life and as such requires appropriate consideration and care in all policy and legislation.

Revised August 2014

Principles

The NSW Greens believe:

1. Education is a right of all people.

Revised August 2014

Principles

The NSW Greens believe:

1. It is the responsibility of government to ensure people and businesses have access to energy services as a fundamental aspect of participating in society. Energy from fossil fuels will become increasingly expensive and is driving environmental destruction.

Revised August 2014

Principles

The Greens NSW believe that:

1. Environmental Impact Assessments (EIA) are environmental management tools that include a systematic process for predicting and preventing the environmental impact of a range of activities including projects, policies, plans and programs;

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Revised March 2014

Principles

The Greens NSW believe:

Revised May 2014

Principles

The Greens NSW recognise that:

Revised May 2014

Principles

The Greens NSW believe:

1. Genetically manipulated organisms (GMOs), their products, and the chemicals used to manage them pose significant risks to natural and agricultural ecosystems and human health.

Revised May 2014

Principles

The Greens NSW believe:

1. The primary goal of the health services is to improve or maintain an optimum standard of health (including physical, intellectual and social wellbeing) across the whole population.

August 2012

Principles

The Greens NSW believe:

1. Heritage brings meaning to people through places, objects and practices, and enhances community engagement and well-being;