The United People's Movement (UPM) was a political party in St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
The UPM was a socialist coalition formed in 1979 by Ralph Gonsalves. The UPM was an alliance of the left-wing Youlou United Liberation Movement, founded by Gonsalves in 1974; the leftist People's Democratic Movement (PDM), founded by Parnel Campbell; and Arwee, a rural party.
The UPM first contested national elections in 1979 with 12 candidates and received 13.6% of the vote, but failed to win a seat. Shortly before the 1984 elections, several members, including Dr. Ralph Gonsalves, left to form the more moderate Movement for National Unity (MNU) after a majority of UPM members refused to renounce the policies of Fidel Castro. As a result, the party's vote share fell to 3.2% and it remained without a seat. In 1989, it received just 468 votes and again failed to win a seat. The UPM did not contest any further elections.
The party symbol of the UPM was the heart.
Also, see Democratic Freedom Movement (DFM) was a political party in St. Vincent and the Grenadines