SEEDS in the media
Pick up tons of trash along the coastline
English version of the article published on October 27, 2020 from Kolbeinn Tumi Daðason on visir.is: Pick up tons of trash along the coastline Twenty volunteers from the voluntary organization SEEDS, the Blue Army, employees of several companies and embassy representatives collected about...
Now or Never: The Paradox of Flying to Iceland to See a Melting Glacier
Our participant Maryse Carbo wrote a wonderful article on Globonaut. Feel free to read her description of the camp and the changing nature of the isle of Iceland. She wrote: "In the end, I had the best time in Iceland. Not only did I fall in love with the landscape, the architecture, and...
EVS Experience of Andrea Cadar
Our former volunteer, Andrea Cedar, wrote about her experience with SEEDS (in Romanian and English): https://evstrimitere.wordpress.com/…/despre-stagiul-din-is…/ "In my perspective…volunteering is about wanting to help for a cause. Is about sharing your...
Frettabladid: Peace sign on Non-violence day
On the 2nd of October our volunteers helped create a peace sign with torches and candles in the Klambratún , celebrating Non-violence day.
Dominika Zahoranova's testimonial: Tvnoviny article (sk)
“[Dominika] has been living on the island of the midnight sun for over a year. To visit this beautiful country was her great dream. She decided to combine a pleasant with a useful one. She became a volunteer for the non-profit organization SEEDS Iceland and now she and her other colleague are...
Whale protest: the Reykjavik Grapevine article
'Numerous Icelandic orgs have sent off an open letter to Parliament, objecting categorically to the government response to whale hunting. The groups who signed the letter are calling upon the government to meet with them to discuss the numerous issues entailed in whale hunting, not least of all...
Whale protest: Sea Shepherd Iceland video
‘’In Reykjavik, on 24/03/2019, 8 Icelandic non-profit organisations peacefully protested in front of the Icelandic Parliament to demonstrate with powerful speeches, footage and sounds why whaling should be stopped in Iceland and in the world.’’ Check the full Sea Shepherd...
Beach clean up with Sea Shepherd Iceland: Visir article
Last Sunday SEEDS organised a beach cleanup togethe with Sea Shepherd Iceland in Grotta Island at Seltjarnarnes coastal area. Check here for the full Visir article: https://www.visir.is/k/772664ba-050d-491e-bd2d-412df839d1c9-1554666303276