- Social and environmental justice
- Grassroots democracy
- No violence
- Clean politics
The Green party in Northern Ireland has launched its general election manifesto.
The 20-page document, called The Common Good, prioritises the protection of public services over austerity.
The party said it wants to invest in energy-efficient social housing to deal with the problems of homelessness and fuel poverty.
It also wants to see the creation of jobs in the construction industry.
Party leader Steven Agnew said: "You can put the market-driven corporate sector first, or you can put a sustainable, equitable democracy first.
"It's one or the other. But remember, the market-first mentality has crashed the economy, torn up the social contract, and is busy trashing the planet.
"So we're calling for a non-violent, green, grassroots revolution, for democracy, for sustainability, for equality and for the common good."
Green NI policies include:
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