SEEDS – Group Award Nominee – 2011

I first came across SEEDS in 2010 when on a search for groups who demonstrate innovative ways that survivors work towards ending violence against women and girls. What I loved about SEEDS was the simplicity of their aim: to improve services by learning from survivors experiences. SEEDS members are involved in training, raising awareness, giving presentations, participating in consultation events and conducting research amongst survivors. A truly empowering way to ensure survivor’s voices are heard in our sector!