Supporting a publicly owned, publicly operated NHS
Camden Green Party works with Camden Keep Our NHS Public and other groups to resist and try to reverse attempts to privatise NHS services and facilities.
London living wage
Camden Green Party is campaigning for everyone who works for Camden council, including for its contractors, to be paid the London Living Wage, calculated to provide a basic decent standard in the capital, rather than the wholly inadequate national minimum wage.
Against the UKCMRI
Camden Green Party members are leading in the fight against the proposed UKCMRI medical lab, behind the British Library. They believe this land should be used for desperately needed council housing and community facilities.
Home town or clone town? Local shops under threat
Camden Green Party has consistently supported local shops and traders against the march of faceless chain stores and multinational supermarkets. Local members have carried out surveys of some of our local high streets as part of the 'Clone Town Britain' campaign by the New Economics Foundation and helped fight rent rises in Fortess Road, Kentish Town.
Campaign to stop the Serious Organised Crime and Police Bill
The Green Party and Camden-based Global Women's Strike are among the organisers of the campaign to preserve the right to protest and stop the Serious Organised Crime and Police Bill, which includes clauses that criminalise protests over a large area around Parliament Square.
Camden Greens join other green groups to found Alliance Against Urban 4x4s
The Alliance Against Urban 4x4s is a national campaign that began in Camden when members of Greenpeace, Friends of the Earth and the Green Party got together to do something about the problems caused by big 4x4s in cities. It has now become We Are Futureproof and continues to campaign for greener cars and better solutions for transport in the 21st century.
Campaign to show public oppostition to the genetic modification of our food
Camden Greens joined Friends of the Earth and Greenpeace on the Tractors and Trolleys anti GM march and help to organise a 'GM Nation' public consultation meeting in Highgate ward.