Queer Greens Launch 2022 Assembly Election Manifesto

The Green Party NI's Queer Greens group has announced the publication of its 2022 Assembly election manifesto, outlining the Party's priorities for LGBTQ+ rights in Northern Ireland.

Green Party NI Deputy Leader Cllr Mal O'Hara, who is standing in North Belfast in next week's election said: "I'm proud to launch the Queer Greens' manifesto, which outlines how Green MLAs will set about improving the lives of members of the LGBTQ+ community across Northern Ireland.
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"Greens brought the first motion in support of marriage equality to the Assembly a decade ago. We have always been at the forefront of social justice and LGBTQ+ equality issues in Northern Ireland. And where we lead, others – eventually – follow.

"Ministers have failed to deliver a fully-funded LGBTQ+ Strategy, despite it first being promised in 2007. The traditional parties have failed to deliver for the LGBTQ+ community in Northern Ireland. It's time to elect politicians who will prioritise the fight for social justice. It's time to vote Green."

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