A ginger group is a formal or informal group within an organisation seeking to influence its direction and activity. The term comes from the phrase "ginger up", meaning to enliven or stimulate. Ginger groups work to alter the organisation's policies, practices or office-holders, while still supporting its general goals.
- Entryism, a more militant tactic not always supporting general goals
- Ginger Group (Canada), a radical group of left-wing Canadian MPs in the 1920s and early 1930s.
- Ginger Group (Queensland)
- Kitchen Cabinet, a term used by political opponents of President of the United States Andrew Jackson to describe his ginger group
- League of Empire Loyalists, a 1950s UK ginger group
- Momentum, which has been described as a ginger group within Labour Party (UK)
- Pressure group, an outside, as opposed to inside, group formed to influence the direction and activity of an organisation
- Schur, Norman W. (2013). British English A to Zed: A Definitive Guide to the Queen's English. New York: Skyhorse Publishing. p. 152. ISBN 978-1-62087-577-3.
- Lok Sabha Secretariat (1975). Glossary of Idioms, English-Hindi: Containing Idioms, Phrases, and Proverbial Sayings Under Letters A to Z. New Delhi: Lok Sabha Secretariat. p. 98. OCLC 2540350.
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