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Value of Volunteers Education & Volunteering in the Health Sector. Annegret Verbeek 1 Winrich Breipohl 1- 4 Vincenzo Costigliola 3 Ettore Deodato 5

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Value of volunteers education volunteering in the health sector

Value of VolunteersEducation & Volunteering in the Health Sector

Annegret Verbeek 1

Winrich Breipohl 1- 4

Vincenzo Costigliola 3

Ettore Deodato 5

(1) German Red Cross, Mettmann, DE; (2) European Association of Erasmus Coor-dinators, Nicosia, CY; (3) European Medical Association, Brussels, BE; (4) Institute Work and Technology, Gelsenkirchen, DE; (5) WHO Ospedale Meyer, Firenze, IT

German Red Cross

Mettmann shire (GRCM)


Background of presentation 5 december 2011 iyv 10
Background of presentation5 December 2011 IYV +10

International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies

is permanent advisory member to then UN

UN MDGs

  • reduce extreme poverty and hunger

  • primary school education for all

  • equity of gender

  • reduction of children mortality

  • improved health of mothers

  • defeta HIV/AIDS, Malaria and other severe morbidities

  • ecological sustainability

  • global partnership

German Red Cross

Mettmann shire (GRCM)


Objectives of our presentation focus on health and social affairs integrated health
Objectives of our presentation focus on Health and Social Affairs (Integrated Health)

  • Demography and Senior Care

  • Life Long Learning (LLL)

  • Vocational Education and Training (VET)

  • Home Care

  • Parental educational competences

  • Emergency Care

  • Disaster management

German Red Cross

Mettmann shire (GRCM)


Demography and senior care
Demography and Senior Care

  • prime area for volunteering with focus on Health and Social Care (various ages)

  • volunteers via German Red Cross and so called Wohlfahrtsverbände (BAGFW)

German Red Cross

Mettmann shire (GRCM)


Lll and vet
LLL and VET

Bologna/Lisbon obliged strategies re (Health?):

  • Education

  • Vocational Training

  • LLL

German Red Cross

Mettmann shire (GRCM)


Options for research supported co operations with universities
Options for research supported co-operations with universities

Strategies beyond Bologna via EUROPE 2020

  • Volunteering in

    • European Health

    • Social Sector

    • Socio-ecological sustainability

  • Master Plan Health Austria November 2010

  • Lancet Report December 2010

  • HASAC

German Red Cross

Mettmann shire (GRCM)


Reasons for new conceptual volunteering demands
Reasons for new conceptual volunteering demands universities

  • internationalisation

  • demographic change

  • technological innovation

  • increasing exhaustion of life resources

  • potential of ICT tools and information access

  • new service concepts

    Literature

    W. Ganz, J. Hilbert, B. Bienzeisler, D. Kluska

    Dienstleistungen in der Zukunftsverantwortung

    WISO Diskurs May 2011 (Verdi and Friedrich Ebert Stiftung,

    arbeitskreis Dienstleistungen)

German Red Cross

Mettmann shire (GRCM)


2011 year of volunteers
2011 Year of Volunteers universities

:

Basic values and concrete projects/activities called for therefore must refer/implemented to/by interculturally accepted values andplayers

  • humanity

  • included into the heart of community-building

  • social cohesion policies

  • equity

German Red Cross

Mettmann shire (GRCM)


Volunteering promotes
Volunteering promotes universities

  • trust

  • reciprocity

  • good citizenship

  • provides people with an environment of

    • transparent and sustainable responsibilities

    • positive and fair community building

    • large scale civic participation and involvement

German Red Cross

Mettmann shire (GRCM)


Volunteering is instrumental in promoting sustainable growth
Volunteering is instrumental in promoting sustainable growth universities

The mission of the IYV+10 is mirrored also in the

  • International Federation Red Cross Red Crescent Societies (IFRC)

  • EC EUROPE 2020,

  • UN MDGs,

  • WHO and

  • other One World visions

  • (HASAC partnering)

German Red Cross

Mettmann shire (GRCM)


Growing complexity in societies
Growing complexity in societies universities

Request for advanced and innovative

  • educational

  • VET and

  • employment strategies,

    closely linked with internationally accepted values also in the Health and Social sectors

German Red Cross

Mettmann shire (GRCM)


German red cross mettmann activities and cooperations via hasac
German Red Cross Mettmann activities and cooperations via universitiesHASAC

Health and Social Affairs concepts of

  • European Medical Association (EMA)

  • European Association of Erasmus Coordinators (EAEC)

  • health demand, supply, information quali-fication and research projects of p.e. WHO Health for All and Health in All efforts

  • alikes

German Red Cross

Mettmann shire (GRCM)


Europe 2020 smart sustainable innovative and inclusive growth
EUROPE 2020: smart, sustainable, innovative and inclusive growth

Political and organisational decision makers have to arrange for close cooperation in the Health and Social Sectors (integrated Health) to ensure know-ledge, research, skill and employment assurances

  • for the benefit of all

  • intercultural acceptable values

  • creativity and teamwork competences strengthe-

    ned to analyse future challenges

  • meeting chances and risks ahead

German Red Cross

Mettmann shire (GRCM)


Activities are research supported and widely based on
Activities are research supported and widely based on growth

  • Demography

  • innovative volunteering and charity con-cepts closely linked to LLL and VET professional qualification programmes

  • international guidance for sustainable co-operations between society obliged aca-demia (e.g. Hochschulen für Gesundheit, EMA, EAEC) and others

German Red Cross

Mettmann shire (GRCM)


Red cross red crescent societies ifrc
Red Cross Red Crescent Societies growth(IFRC)

  • Internationally acting and accepted

  • political neutral

  • non-profit organisations

  • with­out religious binding

German Red Cross

Mettmann shire (GRCM)


The movement
The Movement growth

  • currently active in 186 countries

  • 97 Million members

  • including 29.8 Million active volunteers

    world-wide

  • important economic power of volunteering

  • cooperation with other partners

    Growing demand for culturally sensitive edu-cation systems in multiethnic societies

German Red Cross

Mettmann shire (GRCM)


Volunteering in germany
Volunteering in Germany growth

Key players

  • Self Help Groups (on average ca. 1 per 1000 citizens, however ......)

  • National Auxiliaries (“blue light milieu”)

  • BAGFW (Bundesarbeitsgemeinsachaft der Freien Wohlfahrtsverbände) including the German Red Cross

German Red Cross

Mettmann shire (GRCM)


German red cross mettmann volunteering structure
German Red Cross Mettmann growthVOLUNTEERING STRUCTURE

  • one of 586 German Shires

  • 1.250 volunteers (including some 400 Youth Red Cross members)

  • 450 staff

German Red Cross

Mettmann shire (GRCM)


Key areasof german red cross mettmann focussing on equity
Key areasof German Red Cross Mettmann focussing on equity growth

  • participation in education, VET, LLL

  • sustainable social cohesion

  • participation in societal progress, wealth and services

  • fair and transparent access to life resources

  • improvement of care and employment in the social and health sector

    • HASAC (see above)

German Red Cross

Mettmann shire (GRCM)


Examples of volunteering projects in german red cross mettmann
Examples of VOLUNTEERING projects in growthGermanRed Cross Mettmann

  • Multigeneration house Ratingen

  • GRCM (Qualification of Social Co­ordinators) and GRC Düssel-dorf (Herzwerk) have been selected as one of the eight best practise examples of the EC funded Copore network (100 sub-networks with an average of 150 institutions)

  • Kindergarden project in Egypt

  • Tsunami disaster management coordination in Indonesia (lead function for 21 involved national FIRC-societies)

  • Workshops for citizens with special need

  • specific national and international research based co-operation projects and their implementations (including barrier free projects)

German Red Cross

Mettmann shire (GRCM)


New projects and target groups for volunteering in german red cross mettmann
New projects and target groups for volunteering in German growthRed Cross Mettmann

  • specific national and international research based co-operation projects and their implementations (including barrier free projects)

  • Goverment supported volunteering years in health and social service from 1 July 2011 onwards (Bundesfreiwilligendienst)

German Red Cross

Mettmann shire (GRCM)


Reference contact
Reference / growthContact

International Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies

“The value of volunteers”

www.IFRC.org

info@drk-mettmann.de

German Red Cross

Mettmann shire (GRCM)


Discussion topics
Discussion Topics growth

  • European LLL, VET and volunteering strategies including citizens with special needs

  • Demography, internationalisation andmobility consequences for the integrated health setor in Europe

  • Compatibiity of educational strategies in Europea, e.g. voaactional educational training of different professionals in the integrated health setor

  • Demand consequences for cross border care strategies

  • Volunteering and education at universities

  • Market oriented demand and public sector responsibilities

German Red Cross

Mettmann shire (GRCM)