Inspired by Iceland
Latest news
All the news
SEEDS 006. Environmentally aware: in Reykjavík
SEEDS 006. Environmentally aware: in Reykjavík
26.02.2015
Participants of the Environmentally Aware work camp (SEEDS006) spent 8 days discovering specifics of Icelandic environment as well as learning about hot environmental issues of other’s home  countries. Specific Icelandic landscape was thoroughly explored during excursions to the south shore...
SEEDS is for gender equality!
SEEDS is for gender equality!
13.02.2015
SEEDS is for gender equality! Today at Harpa, the Reykjavik concert hall, our volunteers went dancing to support the movement of the United Nations Women. In cooperation with Sónar Music Festival, the event aimed to raise awareness of gender equality issues. By dancing to a live DJ set,...
SEEDS 004. Environmentally aware: in Reykjavík
SEEDS 004. Environmentally aware: in Reykjavík
27.01.2015
A very lucky small group of volunteers spent 8 days in Reykjavik learning about environmental issues and sustainability in Iceland, recycling, and helping the whale protection movement. The work camp was set in the capital, with the accommodation in front of a park which allowed great views of...
SEEDS 003. Winter Photo Marathon in Reykjavík
SEEDS 003. Winter Photo Marathon in Reykjavík
26.01.2015
During the workcamp SEEDS 003. Photomaraton in Reykjavík we enjoyed the company of participants from 13 countries from all around the world. The workshops were focused on improving the quality of photos, including using different settings, backgrounds, objects. At the end of the project the...
SEEDS 002. Environmentally aware: in Reykjavík
SEEDS 002. Environmentally aware: in Reykjavík
13.01.2015
In the beginning of January the participants from France, Japan, Korea, Columbia, Russia and UK took part in the workcamp SEEDS002 – Environmentally aware in Reykjavík. They participated in the various sessions; they learnt more about recycling in their houses, environment in Iceland...
Find your workcamp
Icelandic Experience
SEEDS main supporters