WHO ARE THE FLG?

The Fairfield-Liverpool Greens, or FLG, are an affiliated local group of the Greens NSW. Our members are from across both the Fairfield City Council and Liverpool City Council areas of Greater Western Sydney., and from all walks of life, and all aspacts of our diverse communities. Together with GNSW and the Australian Greens, we are part of a worldwide Green Movement, sharing common ideals or principles, or as we call them, The Four Green Pillars. These Four Pillars are what distinguishes us from our political competitors. Read more about our pillars and policies here.

The FLG meets on the fourth (4th) MONDAY of every month at 6.45pm for a 7pm start.
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(Picture: Far left, David Shoebridge MLC; Centre, convenor, Signe Westerberg; with FLG members at affiliation with GNSW, Saturday 27 August 2011 in St Mary's.)

The Fairfield-Liverpool Greens was formed by a small group of political active Fairfield and Liverpool residents, who came together around the Four Principles of the GNSW. Since then, the local gorup has continued to grow, with members from all aspects of the diverse commuities of the Fairfield and Liverpool LGAs. Our members are involved in various campaigns, both Green and with other community groups, and NGOs, creating a rich tapestry of interests, tied together by the passionate interest in the growth and well being of our communities.

 

The Fairfield-Liverpool Greens is an affiliated local group of the Greens NSW. Our members are from across both the Fairfield City Council and Liverpool City Council areas of Greater Western Sydney.

The FLG acknowledge the traditional owners of the Fairfield and Liverpool LGAs; the Cabrogal Clan of the Darug Nation, and the peoples of the D’harawal and Dharuk Nations. We acknowledge and pay our respects to the ancestors and elders, past, present and emerging.