Small seed to mighty Tree
In light of the global nature of environmental damage, lack of proper education and conflict within the society ‘Zentrum für Umwelt und Gesellschaft’ SEED have been planted up as transnational actors that address the interconnected issues of the environment, education and society. SEED is a non-governmental organization that has been established with an expert from different fields.
Main area of
Environment: We deal with issues of the environment, including the depletion of natural resources, global warming and conservation. Acquiring and managing endangered land, performing field research, lobbying government institutions, and creating information campaigns to raise public awareness. We want to monitor and analyse the environmental developments, to be able to find the most effective solution to help the nature to recover and the people to stay healthy. A healthy environment and healthy people open up the possibility for our help to be substantial and long lived even after we left the country.
Education: The lack of schooling can mean a lifetime of poverty, poor health, and limited opportunity. We work at the local, national, and international level to ensure that all children have access to quality, compulsory, and free education. Free education is a cornerstone to help people help themselves and with this to make our projects a long lasting success. With our work in the field of environmental and IT apprenticeships we provide an opportunity away from poverty and health issues.
Society: We aim to shape public policy to promote democratic governance, human rights, equality, economic, legal and social reform. Initiatives cover a range of activities that seek to promote free and open societies. Our vision is for every person to enjoy all the rights enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and other international human rights standards. It is of utmost importance to us to help building international connections, to lessen social conflicts and to find a way to get different cultures to adapt, live and work together for their own good and the good of society.