Penny Allman-Payne

Category: Stepping up to the future


Penny Allman-Payne is a teacher, political activist and lawyer. Penny has taught in both rural & remote and city schools in her home state of Queensland, as well as a year-long stint in Manchester, UK. As as solicitor, she has worked for national law firms, specialising in public & professional liability and insurance & risk. Penny is the immediate past Co-Convenor of the Australian Greens, having concluded her three-year term in 2016. Penny has also served a two-year term as the Queensland Greens Convenor and is presently the Queensland representative on the Australian Greens National Council. Penny has run as a Greens candidate at both state and federal levels. She is a member of the Queensland Teachers Union and the Queensland College of Teachers.

Other speakers in this session

Fabiano Carnevale

Fabiano Carnevale is anthropologist, Co-President of the FPVA, Secretary of International Affairs from Brazilian Green Party.

Frank Habineza

Dr. Frank Habineza entered Rwandan politics, on 14th August 2009 by publicly declaring the formation of the Opposition Democratic Green Party of Rwanda (DPGR) an alternative to the dominant Ruling Rwanda Patriotic Front of President Paul Kagame.

Keli Yen

Keli Yen is the Coordinator of the Global Greens. From 2011 - 2015 Keli served as the Convenor of the Asia-Pacific Greens Federation (APGF) and APGF Representative on the Global Greens Coordination.

Evelyne Huytebroeck

Evelyne Huytebroeck is a member of the Committee of the European Green Party.

Reinhard Bütikofer

REINHARD BÜTIKOFER is a Member of the European Parliament (Greens/EFA) and the Co-Chair of the European Green Party (EGP).

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Arena and Convention Centre Liverpool
Kings Dock, Liverpool L3 4FP, United Kingdom

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30 March - 2 April 2017

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