ADAM FENELEY

The Green Party is one of the most popular parties amongst young people. The party is in favour of equality, human rights, the environment, electoral reform, wage increases and free education. As an official branch of the Young Greens, our first activity was to engage with the recent Free Education march in London.

The Green Party are on the rise in a big way, gathering a reputation as ‘the party of science’. With voters disillusioned with the three main parties, Green Party membership has doubled in the last year and the party has overtaken the Liberal Democrats in polls and by-elections.

We hope to gather likeminded students to debate, campaign and socialise throughout the year. It is an exciting time to get involved, with the 2015 general election just around the corner.

To join, just search “Brunel Greens” on Facebook, find us on Twitter @BrunelGreens, or email brunelgreens@gmail.com.