European Year of Volunteering 2011: Part 3

Type: Stockshots   Référence: I068686   Durée: 20:21  Lieu: Brussels | Rotterdam | Austria | Cardiff | Leeds | Brussels - EC/Madou | Brussels - EC/Madou Tower | Cardiff - Castle | Alphen aan den Rijn
2011 is the European Year of Volunteering. This means that volunteering, and the work of volunteers, is being propelled into the European limelight. One fifth of the EU population contributing up to 5% of GDP: that's 100 million European volunteers. Volunteering brings huge benefits to our economy and to society.The European Year is an awareness-raising exercise to foster an environment for volunteering.The Commission is working closely with the EYV2011 Alliance of volunteering organisations, the Member States, other European Institutions, the Council of Europe and the United Nations Volunteers.On 1 September 2011, the European Year of Volunteering Tour will arrive in Warsaw. An event will take place on this occasion on Defilad Square. Part 3 of this series of video stockshots produced by the European Commission's audiovisual service is being released to illustrate this event and the European Year of Volunteering in general.

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00:00:00 TitleJohanniter International is an international organisation active in different areas, such as civil protection or first aid. Near Blumau, South of Salzburg, a group of volunteers is training rescue dogs in an abandoned military base. 00:00:18
00:00:18 Credits and title 00:00:05
00:00:23 Ambulances arriving in the woods 00:00:08
00:00:30 Volunteers from Johanniter coming out of the vehicles 00:00:09
00:00:39 Rescue dog prepared by a volunteer 00:00:07
00:00:46 Group of volunteers with their rescue dogs (2 shots) 00:00:11
00:00:57 Close up on one young volunteer 00:00:06
00:01:03 Volunteers around Margit giving instructions (2 shots).Margit Handl, 60 years old, is a housewife, and leader of the rescue group. She wants to help people in need together with her four-legged friend. 00:00:13
00:01:16 Volunteers with dogs searching for victims (2 shots) 00:00:22
00:01:37 Volunteers giving orders to the rescue dogs 00:00:09
00:01:46 Rescue dogs searching the ruins of a building 00:00:05
00:01:51 Rescue dogs finding a volunteer acting as a victim (2 shots) 00:00:11
00:02:02 Volunteers bringing stretcher (2 shots) 00:00:21
00:02:23 Close up of injured victim 00:00:06
00:02:29 Volunteers giving first aid to victim (2 shots) 00:00:15
00:02:44 Victim placed on the stretcher and being carried away (4 shots) 00:00:32
00:03:16 Wide shot of the camp with volunteers entering a tent with victim (2 shots) 00:00:17
00:03:33 Another group of volunteers in the ruins, preparing for an exercice of roping down with dog (3 shots) 00:00:18
00:03:51 Barbara roping down wall with rescue dog on her back (6 shots).Barbara Hinterstoisser, PhD, is 52 years old. She started volunteering at Johanniter-Unfall-Hilfe in 2007, because she wanted to do something meaningful in her spare time together with her dog. 00:00:53
00:04:44 TitleCLIC Sargent is a charity organization in the United Kingdom. A thousand volunteers work with children with health problems. In Leeds' Children's hospital, volunteers play with kids suffering from cancer. 00:00:05
00:04:49 The city centre of Leeds (2 shots) 00:00:14
00:05:03 Leeds Children's hospital (2 shots) 00:00:12
00:05:15 Children's hospital corridor 00:00:05
00:05:20 The play area in the ward for children with cancer 00:00:07
00:05:27 Logo of the association CLIC Sargent 00:00:07
00:05:34 Wide shot of the play area, with parents, children and volunteers 00:00:04
00:05:39 Volunteer Samantha Thorpe pulled up a chair next to Seble, a child with cancer 00:00:13
00:05:52 Volunteer, child and parents making a puzzle (7 shots) 00:00:44
00:06:36 Child (Mariyah) in hospital room: volunteer Hildah Richardson arrives 00:00:10
00:06:46 Volunteer Hildah plays with Mariyah (5 shots) 00:00:28
00:07:13 Wide shot of the hospital room 00:00:04
00:07:17 TitleAEGEE is a student organization that promotes co-operation, communication and integration amongst young people in Europe. As a non-governmental, politically independent and non-profit organization, AEGEE is open to students and young people from all faculties and disciplines. Today it counts 13.000 members, active in more than 200 university cities in 40 European countries, making it the biggest interdisciplinary student association in Europe. 00:00:05
00:07:22 Michael putting his shoes on and going to breakfast (3 shots).Michael Makowiecki is 25 years old and German. Working for AEGEE gives him the unique opportunity to work for young people in 41 European countries and through his work enrich their intercultural experience. His work on the board of AEGEE gave him a lot of experience. 00:00:22
00:07:45 Aija leaving her bedroom and going down to breakfast (2 shots).Aija Auzina is 22 years old and Latvian. Volunteering is her lifestyle, because she really enjoys the feeling she gets after any volunteering activity. She thinks that taking part in any kind of volunteering activity (from helping an old lady to cross the street to being active in a students' organization) makes society better. 00:00:21
00:08:06 Close up on Manos, President of AEGEE.Manos Valasis is 26 years old and Greek. Volunteering makes him happy, alive in a group of people that care for the world around them. Manos believes that volunteering is offering to society without expecting anything in return. He says that if everybody did the same, our society would be a lot better and we would all enjoy the benefits. 00:00:06
00:08:12 Students at breakfast 00:00:05
00:08:17 Meeting room: Thomas arrives and explains the object of the meeting 00:00:11
00:08:29 Close up on pen 00:00:05
00:08:34 Close up on Thomas Leszke, 25 years old, Dutch 00:00:04
00:08:37 Meeting of the association (3 shots) 00:00:16
00:08:53 Wide shot of the office room, Alfredo Sellitti, 25 years old, Italian, coming in 00:00:10
00:09:03 Miroslaw Krzanik, 23 years old, Polish, on his PC (2 shots) 00:00:11
00:09:15 Wide shot on 3 volunteers working on PC 00:00:06
00:09:21 Miroslava Ganzarcikova, 23 years old, Slovak, working on her PC (2 shots) 00:00:10
00:09:31 Alfredo and Manos at desk 00:00:08
00:09:39 Michael putting on a suit 00:00:05
00:09:44 Manos putting on his tie (2 shots) 00:00:12
00:09:57 Student's house, outside: students leaving for meeting (2 shots) 00:00:20
00:10:16 Students taking public transport (2 shots) 00:00:33
00:10:49 Students arriving at the European Commission (Madou Tower, Brussels) 00:00:06
00:10:56 Office of Joachim Ott, students coming in 00:00:19
00:11:14 Exchanging cards (2 shots) 00:00:12
00:11:26 Volunteers discussing with Joachim Ott, acting Head of the Citizens' Policy Unit of the Directorate General for Communication of the EC (3 shots) 00:00:19
00:11:45 Michael shows an AEGEE folder (2 shots) 00:00:15
00:12:00 TitleThe Kaleidoscope Project is a substance misuse charity. It runs a peer mentoring service in Cardiff, training ex-drug users to become volunteer peer mentors to provide support to clients as they overcome substance misuse issues. 00:00:05
00:12:05 The castle of Cardiff 00:00:05
00:12:10 Cardiff city center 00:00:04
00:12:15 Outside shot of the Kaleidoscope Project premises 00:00:05
00:12:20 Group session organized by Rose (volunteer) on the theme of the cycle of change (5 shots).They are talking about the different phases in the process of an important change in the life of someone, in this case, stopping taking drugs or alcohol. It includes a group workshop where they do an exercise about what people can face when they try to give up an addiction. It includes different volunteers and clients. 00:00:24
00:12:44 Document "Relapse Prevention Workshop" 00:00:05
00:12:49 Group session (2 shots) 00:00:10
00:12:59 Another group of clients/volunteers 00:00:05
00:13:03 Wide shot of a workshop organized by Brian on the theme of communication 00:00:04
00:13:08 Volunteers and clients at the workshop, playing a game (6 shots).People are playing a game where, being back to back, one has to describe a photo and the other has to draw it. It includes different volunteers and clients. 00:00:30
00:13:38 The door of Stephen's office.Stephen Millard, age 39, has been a volunteer for approximately six months with Kaleidoscope Peer Mentoring, working in Cardiff and the Vale supporting vulnerable adults with drug and alcohol misuse. He was a substance user in the past but has been clean for a number of years. He thinks that having been in similar circumstances to his "clients" he can understand and relate to their issues. 00:00:05
00:13:43 Peer to peer mentoring: Stephen (volunteer) meets Rupert (client) (5 shots).Stephen is helping Rupert to find a flat. This is the way the organisation works, volunteers help clients to sort out various aspects of their life, including of course, dealing with their addiction. 00:00:23
00:14:06 Volunteer Stephen arriving with his client Katy in a sports ground outside Cardiff.Katy has stopped taking drugs for 9 months now and she is training to become a volunteer herself. 00:00:05
00:14:11 Stephen and Katy chatting (4 shots) 00:00:20
00:14:30 Stephen preparing for a football game with other volunteers from the Kaleidoscope Project 00:00:05
00:14:35 Stephen in football gear, with Katy and other volunteers 00:00:05
00:14:40 Stephen going onto the football field 00:00:04
00:14:44 Stephen kicking the ball 00:00:04
00:14:48 Katy watching the football game 00:00:04
00:14:52 Stephen playing football with other volunteers and beneficiaries from the Kaleidoscope Project 00:00:06
00:14:58 TitleStichting Corridor is a non-profit organisation active in different social activities in Rotterdam. One hundred and twenty volunteers are involved in different sectors. Some of them visit isolated people. 00:00:05
00:15:03 Stanley Kamber, 23 years old, is studying in Rotterdam to become a social worker. It makes him happy to do something positive for specific people with problems. As a volunteer, he wants to break their isolation by involvement in activities that make them enjoy life. 00:00:06
00:15:09 Stanley and Ronald discussing 00:00:05
00:15:14 Volunteer and beneficiary leaving (2 shots) 00:00:20
00:15:34 Stanley and Ronald coming out of Rotterdam subway station 00:00:08
00:15:42 Stanley and Ronald saying hello to other "couples" of volunteer/beneficiary 00:00:08
00:15:51 Beneficiaries, volunteers and employees from Stichting Corridor talking (3 shots) 00:00:20
00:16:10 Group getting onto the bus (2 shots) 00:00:15
00:16:25 Inside the bus, volunteers, beneficiaries and employees from Stichting Corridor (3 shots) 00:00:23
00:16:48 Leaving the bus, arriving at bird park Avifauna 00:00:06
00:16:54 Nameplate "Avifauna" 00:00:05
00:16:59 Stanley and Ronald with another couple volunteer/beneficiary looking at flamingos (5 shots) 00:00:24
00:17:23 A small group of volunteers and beneficiaries walking around the park 00:00:09
00:17:32 Group entering bird show arena (2 shots) 00:00:11
00:17:43 Bird show with volunteers and beneficiaries taking seat (4 shots) 00:00:21
00:18:04 Ronald talking with person in charge of Stichting Corridor (3 shots) 00:00:14
00:18:19 Close up on Stanley 00:00:06
00:18:24 Wide shot on bird show 00:00:05
00:18:30 Close up on parrot 00:00:04
00:18:34 Group watching the show 00:00:06
00:18:40 Crested Crane on show 00:00:07
00:18:47 Group watching the show 00:00:07
00:18:54 Condor on show 00:00:09
00:19:03 Stanley and Ronald enjoying the show 00:00:05
00:19:08 Wide shot of public 00:00:06
00:19:15 Bird breaking an egg with a stone 00:00:08
00:19:23 Another group of beneficiaries visiting the park 00:00:07
00:19:29 Stanley and Ronald visiting night birds aviary 00:00:10
00:19:40 Ronald taking picture of an owl (2 shots) 00:00:10
00:19:50 Stanley and Ronald in aviary with tropical bird, feeding a few exotic birds (4 shots) 00:00:22
00:20:12 Copyright 00:00:10
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