The Climate Crisis Film Festival bridges the knowledge-action gap, providing a systemic perspective behind the raw human stories of climate change. The Festival’s 3rd edition will take place 4 – 7 November 2021 in Glasgow 1-14 November 2021 online – WORLDWIDE
The National Library of Scotland is a reference library with world-class collections. It is also Scotland’s largest library and one of the major research libraries in Europe.
Bertha DocHouse is the UK’s first cinema dedicated solely to documentary. Based at Curzon Bloomsbury in Central London, we screen the best new releases, festival favourites, retrospective titles and curated seasons providing an exciting platform for documentary filmmakers and nurturing a new generation of doc lovers. With a programme packed with filmmaker Q&As, masterclasses, discussions, […]
As a church, St. Mary’s endeavours to be aware of our responsibility to our community both near and far and as such we support the work of many organisations throughout the year.
STAR Project is an award-winning community organisation, delivering sustainable and positive social outcomes in Renfrewshire. Established in 1999, employing a person-centred approach, we deliver group and individual supports consistent with local and national Strategy to build safer, more connected and resilient families and communities.
Fresh Start is an Edinburgh-based charity helping people who have been homeless establish themselves in their new home.
The Edinburgh Remakery is a social enterprise, community repair hub and second-hand shop based in the Leith area of Edinburgh. Our vision is to create an alternative to a disposable society by making repair education accessible to all, to build a stronger, waste-free community and support vulnerable people within our city.
Edinburgh Tool Library is the UK’s first tool library, promoting sharing as a way of reducing our environmental impact.
We lend our members tools for DIY, gardening, decorating and machine repair, so that they don’t need to own them. Not only does this collaborative approach make sense environmentally, it also helps our members financially.
Interfaith Scotland is a Scottish charity specialising in promoting and facilitating constructive engagement between different faith and belief communities across Scotland through dialogue, educational activities, civic engagement and the promotion of religious equality.
Highland Children’s Forum is a registered charity set up in 2000, created by the parent carers of children with additional support needs. The Forum aims to ensure that the voices of these children are heard in the design and provision of services in Highland.
XR Highlands and Islands supports the formation of local XR groups across the Highlands and Islands, working with groups across Scotland, and the rest of the planet, to take urgent action in the face of climate change, as part of the global climate justice movement.
Abriachan is a scattered rural community of about 130 people set high above the shores of Loch Ness in the Highlands of Scotland. Abriachan Forest Trust manages 540 hectares of forest to create local employment, improve the environment and encourage it’s enjoyment by the public.
Trees for Life are a conservation charity dedicated to rewilding the Scottish Highlands. So far they have established 44 tree planting sites and planted nearly two million trees. Trees for Life’s vision is of a revitalised wild forest, providing space for wildlife to flourish and communities to thrive.
Since April 2018 a group of nine individuals from across Scotland who are connected into different forms of activism and social change have been meeting to develop project ideas in response to the frames of Degrowth and Deep Adaptation. By Degrowth we mean a form of society and economy that aims at the well-being of all and sustains the natural […]
Scotland’s most exciting contemporary performance and meeting space in the heart of the Glenkens community.
Central Scotland’s Documentary Festival is an exciting programme of documentaries from the UK & abroad. curated & presented by Macrobert Arts Centre.
Take One Action Orkney are our most northernly Locals group, a team of film lovers from the Orkney isles who are bringing 6 inspiring films to venues and events over the next 12 months.
Founded by Simon Biltcliffe, we have always been entirely self-funded, independent and focused on building trusting and cooperative relationships in the wonderful world of print marketing. We also have fun along the way!
DOCMA is an open source game that allows filmmakers to make docs together. It’s a way of inspiring a community of filmmakers and doc-lovers from around the world to meet, play and network. Five filmmakers Five minutes One theme One film
Triodos Bank’s mission is to help create a society that protects and promotes quality of life and human dignity for all. Since 1980, our sustainable financial products have enabled individuals and organisations to use their money in ways that benefit people and the environment.
We are one of the largest councils in the UK, with our 17,000 staff providing high-quality services to nearly 500,000 people.