See Clearly Now > ( SCN ) , is an inclusive movement that through the sharing of knowledge and reason can inspire and support others to have a better life and the world to be a better place.
SCN will seek to inspire people to meliorate themselves, their communities and their world through the following aims:
To organise workshops/seminars on themes related to personal development – including health, relationships, non-violence and wealth – ensuring that such workshops/seminars are accessible to all;
To organise cultural and artistic events that have as an objective positive transformation;
Be a catalyst for sharing and promote the knowledge
Raise awareness that knowledge is an ongoing process
Empower individual and collective knowledge
In order to achieve its Purpose and Aims SCN shall:
Organise talks, seminars, and workshops
Invite foreign and local speakers
Organise small themed regular groups semester type courses
Create a space for one to one interventions with professionals
Foster coalitions and networks with other like-minded entities
Cooperate with community leaders in propagating its aims.
Mentor and support activists and future activists in personal development and compassion-in-action
Submit project proposals for financing, on its own or in partnership, national or transnational
To carry out these activities, the SCN may organise conferences, symposia, workshops, courses or meetings of any other nature, issue digitally or printed publications, develop methods and instruments and perform other kinds of activities, all as far as it is appropriate to reach its aims.
The SCN will seek to raise awareness through the media and its website.
In order to guarantee inclusivity, a minimum of six events per year will be either free or by a non-obligatory donation with no suggested amount.
Projects/trainings/mentorship/workshops/seminars are to be inspired by real needs on the ground, often as indicated by research, personal contacts, political priorities, or a need analysis. The board will ensure that the inspiration behind any grant proposal is such needs rather than priorities dictated by any funder/budget line.