Cllr Mal O'Hara
Malachai O’Hara is the Green Party Councillor for Castle, North Belfast. Malachai’s background is in community development and is a long standing LGBTQ activist.
Mal has been on the board of local suicide prevention charity Lighthouse since 2011.
Mal was born and brought up in North Belfast and still lives in the area with his husband Michael.
Malachai is a passionate advocate for communities that suffered the most during the conflict and who continue to face challenges, despite relative peace.
He stands against austerity and is working to create healthy, happy communities across North Belfast.
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Cllr Brian Smyth
Brian Smyth is the Green Party councillor for Lisnaharragh DEA. Brian's background is in youth work and community development.
Brian has been working on road safety measures across Lisnasharragh. He has prioritised promoting and protecting green spaces across the city since his election.
Brian is also passionate about protecting the rights of young people and enhancing the opportunities afforded to them.
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Cllr Áine Groogan
Àine is the Green Party councillor for Botanic DEA. Àine previously worked for the Irish Embassy in Latvia and as a legal analyst before working for Clare Bailey MLA as Constituency Caseworker.
Áine is committed to human rights and equality issues. She has worked to promote the rights of residents of the Holylands in South Belfast in the face of rampant anti-social behaviour. She is also progressing the regulation of the display of graphic anti-choice imagery in Belfast City Centre.
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Cllr Anthony Flynn is the Green Party Councillor for Ormiston DEA.
A political activist and equality campaigner, Anthony Flynn is fighting to bring political transparency and enivronmental isues to the fore at Belfast City Council.
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Cllr Simon Lee
Simon Lee is the Green Party Councillor for Castlereagh South. Simon is a teacher by profession who is passionate about education, particularly the integrated education sector.
Simon aims to contribute to the development of a new kind of politics in Northern Ireland - one that moves beyond the tribalism and waste that has held our society back.
Locally, Simon has been involved in a grassroots community project to plant more trees across his local area.