Joanna Coull

Joanna Coull is following this site, wanting to find out more about the Oxfordshire Green Party.
  • rsvped for July OGP Book Club 2020-06-22 12:43:17 +0100

    July OGP Book Club

    Dianne Regisford

    will be discussing her books. One of them is:

    Evoking Belonging

    Dianne Regisford was born in Oxford, in the United Kingdom. She is a visual and performance artist who creates spaces for multi-sensory engagement, storytelling and encounter. Regisford is a PhD researcher at the Social Sculpture Research Unit at Oxford Brookes University; her doctoral research explores the potential of the African philosophy of ubuntu in the socio-cultural dimension of migration and social cohesion in sustainable urban development.

    The book 'Evoking Belonging' is available in paperback and eBook from Amazon here 

    Here is a performance by Dianne, in 2017:

    WHEN
    July 22, 2020 at 7:30pm
    WHERE
    Zoom online
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  • rsvped for South East Green gathering 2020-06-22 12:32:36 +0100

    South East Green gathering

    So much has happened since the last Gathering: Coronavirus, postponed Local Elections and April 2020 being one of the hottest on record. So much is changing, and in this change there is potential to rebuild a different society. A society that is safer, healthier and greener.

    Join us on 1st August for the South East Greens Regional Gathering to meet fellow Greens, hear stories of community and Council responses to Coronavirus and look forward to what could be a Breakthrough year for the Green Party in the May 2021 County Council Elections.

    Greens from across South East England will be coming to Oxford to plan for a better future.

    WHEN
    August 01, 2020 at 11am
    WHERE
    Wesley Memorial Methodist Church
    New Inn Hall Street
    Oxford OX1 2DH
    United Kingdom
    Google map and directions
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  • wants to volunteer 2020-06-02 08:41:35 +0100

    Tell us what skills you can use to help us win.

    When you have volunteered to help the Oxfordshire Green Party, please tell us something about your skills.

    For some tasks, we need specialist skills, hence this long list.

    But most tasks anyone can do, given the training we provide.

    Become a volunteer

  • wants to volunteer 2020-06-02 08:40:05 +0100

    Help us to create a Greener Oxfordshire!

    We need to build Oxfordshire back better

    Not only is there is a climate emergency, we have many more people in Oxfordshire struggling to make ends meet and using food banks.

    We need to get Green councillors elected to voice the concerns of the vulnerable and insecure in our midst, and to take the urgent steps needed to build a sustainable recovery that would see Oxfordshire carbon neutral by 2030.

    We are up against well-funded party machines, but the Green Party knows that building grass root support can help us to win.  In 2019 Oxfordshire elected 8 new Green councillors. The green party now jointly control one council.

    Whatever your skills, there is something you can do to help get Green Councillors elected. Fill in the form below, and one of our volunteers will get in touch to talk about how you would like to become involved.

    THANK YOU!

      

    Become a volunteer

  • donated 2020-07-02 12:32:31 +0100

    Regular donation

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    We know that not everyone can spend precious time fighting for the common good. That is why hundreds of people across Oxfordshire donate monthly to the Oxfordshire Green Party.

    Every small donation helps immediately.

    Your donation today helps us fight against what the experts warn us against - rampant climate change, crippling austerity, and eroding local democracy. Join other locals in supporting the Oxfordshire Green Party through a regular donation, and help us fight for the common good.

    We are solely reliant on small donations; your donations have helped us triple our local councillors in the 2019 Local Elections, and gave us over 2 million votes at the 2019 European Elections - all without a local office or even local full-time paid staff members!

    The sacrifice you can give of:

    • a packet of crisps (£1) a month could pay for 20 letters to help Oxfordshire's residents fight for their democratic rights, 
    • a coffee (£2.50) a month could help pay for a local resident campaign against climate change,
    • a lunch order (£10) a month could pay for people to hear from us directly,
    • a round of drinks (£25) a month could pay for a room to meet local residents and help them with their needs, 
    • a family of four's cinema ticket to one show (£50) a month could help pay for a full time staff member,
    • a dinner out (£100) a month could pay for an office space... for a week!

    So go on... give the party a treat!

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