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Seeds for Change ๐ŸŒฑ

Training and resources for change-makers
Last update: May 25, 2022
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Seeds for Change is a UK-based training organisation for activists that started in 2000. On their website, they provide a valuable collection of resources for change-makers. Also make sure to check out our list of other training organisations for rebels.

Check out the Seeds for Change website, if you would like to learn more about effective campaigning, decision making and facilitation.

The people at Seeds for Change were kind enough to publish all their resources without copyright. At Activist Handbook, we think this is a great practice, because it means we can redistribute and build upon their work.

Training

Seeds for Change also provides training on the following topics:

  • Collective organising
  • Developing your strategy
  • Campaign and action skills
  • Setting up co-ops and groups
  • Co-op governance
  • Running your own workshops

They also help facilitate meetings.

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