Get active / Vacancies
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Vacancy: Fundraising Activities Coordinator (unpaid position) ASEED is looking for a dedicated and enthusiastic fundraising activities coordinator to be at the center of our on-the-ground public fundraising activities. While there are some concrete tasks that must be completed, the role is flexible and open to our own skills and personal … verder lezen

SEEDmail #25 – December 2012
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Looking back and ahead & looking for money and housing

Dear Friends,
The New year is near. At ASEED we look back at a hectic but fulfilling 2012 and at the same time ahead into 2013: action, activities and spreading information on seeds, food sovereignty, access to urban agriculture land, and anti-GMO campaigning took place. Also the coming year ASEED will continue working on these topics. But we would like to share some highlights or our work and invite you to join.

SEEDmail #24 – November 2012
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Hi all,

Welcome to the new SEEDmail, ASEED’s irregular digital newsletter. Lots of anouncements and calls again, many with a genetically manipulated aspect to it……well, probably because those horrid GMOs will be the focus of our informative and activist activities in 2013. We have plenty “dirty little” plans, unfortunately not yet the financial and human resources to realise them all. Continue reading to find out what we’re up to, how we think to tackle the problems and how you can help to solve them…..

About us
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ASEED Europe (Action for Solidarity, Equality, Environment, and Diversity Europe) is an international campaigning organisation, giving importance to involving youth in direct democracy activities. ASEED Europe targets the structural causes of environmental destruction and social injustice.

SEEDmail #23 – September 2012
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Hello! This is the post-summer edition of ASEED’s newsletter. Read how about the Good Food March for a sustainable, fair and GMO-free agriculture and food in Europe. Shocking scientific research proves GM maize causes huge tumors. GM-potato field trials in the Netherlands destroyed and protests in Ireland against same WUR potatoes.  BASF in Germany was blocked because of their pushing forward with their GM potatoes. All this getting us brooding on exciting anti GM campaign plans for 2013…

Do It Yourself action
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Besides joining or helping ASEED it is also possible to organise and do your own actions. This is actually much better! But we would like to help and support you as much as we can. For example, you can be active by sharing information and materials, by bringing people in … verder lezen

SEEDmail #22 – June 2012
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Fresh from the oven, euh, press: there will be a MOBILE BREAD OVEN at the Agriculture Action Camp. This newsletter is mainly an update on that event, starting next week. Read more about it in English below the Dutch part. Also: new materials in Dutch (Farmer to Farmer and video report of the Reclaim the Seeds weekend), our Food sovereignty brochure in NL and ENG, and we are looking for 1 or 2 new EVS-ers.

Annual Report 2008
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The annual report gives a good overview of the activities of A SEED Europe in 2008. There are two version available to download: Here you can find a higher resolution version to print and a smaller version that is good enough to watch online.

SEEDmail #21 – May 2012
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SEEDmail May 2012: Of field liberators, action camps and much more.

Welcome to SEEDmail, the digital newsletter of ASEED. In the previous one we announced the Reclaim the Seeds weekend of early March. It was a great success. Since then we have been busy with the preparations of new campaigns and actions. High time for some announcements and reports. Enjoy reading.

SEEDmail #20 – February 2012
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Hello, here is SEEDmail, the seediest ASEED newsletter so far, featuring:
  
1. Reclaim the Seeds – seed fair + volunteer call  – 10-11 March
2. Kokopelli Collective on the way to success within the European seed regulations
3. Agriculture action camp – 5-10 July
4. Albert Heijn’s Irresponsible Soy: get Ahold!
5. BASF announces GMO retreat from Europe
6. Workshop on agroecological farming and food movement
7. Food sovereignty and VersVoko Food Co-ops
8. Flemish ngo´s reject field trial of gmo-corn VIB
9. Slow Science Workshop, 30 March 2012, VUB Brussels
10. Vokomokum on Dutch television
11. Wij zijn het megazat – 17 March 12.00hr – Dam square Amsterdam

 

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