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Posted by Daniel on 15 December 2015

It is with great pleasure that the Scottish Education & Action for Development Trustee Board can announce that 2016 shall see the launch of a new initiative focused on the development and education of local communities across Scotland.

The newly announced ‘SEAD Fund’ will invite applications specifically from small community groups to apply for funds of up to £250 to run or kick start campaign activity that engages with people and has a demonstrable impact and links local issues with those being experienced by others around the world.

More details will be announced in the New Year, but the Trustee Board will be particularly interested in applications that focus campaign activity on the following areas; Women’s Rights, Young People and their Global rights, Climate Justice, Inequality, Poverty and Health Justice.

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SEAD Membership

SEAD members are part of a dynamic movement for positive social change. For over 30 years our members have stood for the principles of social justice, solidarity and collective action. They have sustained us through difficult times and their support has made positive action possible in communities across the globe.

Become a Member online…

SEAD membership is a mutual relationship. As a member you will not only be a supporter, but you will also receive the benefits of membership. As an individual, organisational or 1% member you will be in touch with the work you make possible, as well as have access to SEAD’s knowledge and expertise.

Read more about what we do…

The 1%ers

The 1% campaign was first launched in response to government austerity and recession as a protest against devastating cuts in the government’s aid budget. Faced with similar challenges today SEAD has re-launched the 1% campaign. Unlike the one-percent we hear about in the news, SEAD’s 1% represent some of the most committed and charitable people in our society. They are members who regularly donate up to 1% of their income to support SEAD and fund community projects in Scotland and around the world.

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