Working Groups

Working Groups (WGs) are people who have gathered:

To work on a project, such as a campaign, or an event. These WGs are usually not ongoing but come together for an abbreviated period.

To discuss and address an issue, such as the spread of HIV/AIDS, or climate change, or women’s rights, etc. These WGs can lead to a statement being produced and presented to the Congress, which debates and decides whether GYG should officially endorse statements.

Because they are interested in one aspect of GYG, such as the fundraising, or communication with members, translating (Babel Pool) etc.

Working Groups are a fantastic way to get involved in GYG and work with your counterparts from around the world. Every young Green activist is invited to join one, and their work is conducted over the internet.

If you are interested in starting a new Working Group or have any question, please email with an explanation of your idea. Further information will then be provided.

Current working groups

Call outs

FYEG calls for support for Kobanê

The Federation of Young European Greens is deeply concerned about the current developments for the Kurdish people in Syria, Iraq and Turkey.   They call

Call for Partner Organisations

“Greening Democracy – A Global Perspective on Youth Participation” September 2014 in Istanbul, Turkey The Global Young Greens and the Young Greens of Turkey are

Congress Call

Welcome to GYG 2012! Applications have now closed! The Global Young Greens are organizing their 3rd GYG Congress in Dakar, Senegal from 27th to 29th of