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SEEAC

Southeast and East Asian Centre (SEEAC) strives to make change in our society so that members of Southeast and East Asian communities in the UK can live without social exclusion and isolation, to be free from discrimination, exploitation and poverty, and to be able to make positive contributions to the wider British society. Southeast and East Asian communities consist of people with backgrounds from countries and regions including but not limited to Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, East-Timor, Brunei, the Philippines, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, North and South Koreas, and Japan. These are vast and diverse communities with different experiences, yet also face similar issues and shared experiences as marginalised “Asian Other” ethnic group. With the experience and expertise of some established community leaders and organisations, we aim to provide essential support to members of the wider range of communities reaching out to some of the most under-represented groups. SEEAC is a registered community interest company by garantee.

Recipes against Racism

by Sachiko & Shu

You can play a role in standing up to anti-Asian racism by supporting Recipes Against Racism. 100% of proceeds from the cookbook (less transaction fees) are being donated to two UK not-for-profit organisations: Stop Hate UK and End the Virus of Racism.

Kanlungan

Kanlungan is a registered charity consisting of several Filipino and Southeast and East Asian community organisations working closely together for the welfare and interests of Filipino and other migrant communities in the UK.

HCCS

Hackney Chinese Community Services has been running for 35 years, supporting the East and Southeast Asian community. With lockdown, many of our services have had to be suspended, and we have had to adapt the ways in which we support our members, many of whom need more support than ever before.

We rely on donations and grants to ensure we can continue to support all members of our community, old and young, through the pandemic. Can you invest in our future and help us provide much-needed support from our centre?

ESEA Community Fund: Stop Asian Hate UK

It’s time to act. Racism against East and South East Asian (ESEA) individuals in Britain is on the rise.

Figures show a 179% increase in hate crime in London at the start of the UK lockdown, and campaign group besea.n believes similar increases have occurred throughout the country.

We’ve seen a surge of heartbreaking violence towards Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI), and we need to ensure communities in the UK are protected, as we know this uptick is not limited to the US.

ESA Scotland

Laptops or Data Vouchers needed to help our East and Southeast Asian refugee community thrive

End the Virus of Racism

“We demand racial equality. Until this happens, we will be working.”

Chinese Community Centre

The purpose of the London Chinese Community Centre is to improve the quality of life and well-being of the Chinese community, focusing upon preserving Chinese culture, arts and identity, particularly those who are disadvantaged and vulnerable.

Charity Registration No. 297742

Petitions

Support the launch of East & South East Asian Heritage Month in the UK

Launched by BESEAN
Created May 2021

Stop racist hate crimes against Chinese & Asian people

Launched by Simon Fu
Created May 2021

Petition to speak out for people left out of the public safety net, and bring an end to the ‘No Recourse to Public Funds’ rule for good

Launched by The Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants

UK Universities Must Take Actions Against Sinophobia and Anti-Asian racism

Launched by ESEA Against Racist Virus

Stop Violence & Abuse Against Chinese & Asian People

Launched by Justice One Day (https://twitter.com/JusticeOneDay2)
Created 2 March 2021

Stop depicting East and South East Asians in Coronavirus related media

Launched by Viv Yau
Created 16 July 2020

Petition against Racism targeting British East Asian People

Launched by Covid19 Anti-Racism Group (CARG)
Created 11 May 2020