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The Royal Alfred Seafarers' Society 150th Anniversary Celebrations and presentation of the new Royal Charter by HRH The Princess Royal. Launch of the commemorative anniversary book 'Home From Sea' produced by Acceleris and official opening of the new care home wing at Belvedere House.
Thanks for watching❤! SUBSCRIBE to receive more videos for free. British Charity Aims to Improve Maritime Safety with New Blockchain Lab The Lloyd's Register Foundation, a British non-profit, has announced a new initiative that aims to use blockchain tech to improve safety on the high seas. Dubbed Maritime Blockchain Labs (MBL) and announced Thursday, the project is being founded in partnership with Denmark-based Blockchain Labs for Open Collaboration (BLOC). The project will look at the use of engineered systems and blockchain-powered supply chains to address the safety and security of both critical infrastructure and people in the global maritime industry. Deanna MacDonald, CEO of BLOC, said in a press release: "Our objectives are twofold: to get real-world applications on the ground ...
The Maritime Volunteer Service is a charity that changes lives by training people in maritime skills. Our mission is to support communities around the United Kingdom’s coast and inland waterways. There are more than 30 units around the United Kingdom, assisting in maritime events around the coast. Although not a blue light emergency service MVS provides support to communities in times of real need. The service maintains strong links with Cadet Forces, the Royal Navy, Search & Rescue Teams and other maritime organisations. No matter what your level of experience there is a place in the MVS for you. You need to be at least 18 but there is no upper age limit. Visit the MVS website and contact your nearest unit: http://www.mvs.org.uk/
Warning over huge shortfall in young people entering UK maritime industry • New report by Seafarers UK shows the vast majority of young people never consider a career in maritime industry • Research shows lack of interest may be based on careers advice at school with only 2% saying they were ever given any information about maritime jobs • The UK maritime industry directly contributes at least £11 billion a year to the economy, while supporting over 113,000 jobs • A recent global industry report forecasts a serious future shortage in the supply of future seafarers • Seafarers UK is warning of a huge shortfall, unless more is done to guide young people into the industry, which could have a worrying impact on the UK industry and economy in years to come A lack of information and guidance for...
For two months, using marinetraffic.com, we have monitored movements of ships owned by NGOs, and we have kept track of the arrivals of African immigrants. For more information: NGOs Armada operating off the coast of Libya https://gefira.org/en/2016/11/16/ngos-armada-for-the-coast-of-libya/ The Americans from MOAS ferry migrants to Europe https://gefira.org/en/2016/11/16/moas-is-there-to-pick-you-up/ Caught in the act: NGOs deal in migrant smuggling https://gefira.org/en/2016/11/15/caught-in-the-act-ngos-deal-in-migrant-smuggling/ Death road to Europe promoted on the web https://gefira.org/en/2016/11/15/death-road-to-europe-promoted-on-the-web/
DMICDC Logistics Data Services Limited (DLDS) Exhibited in Maritime Nation India 2017 DMICDC Logistics Data Services Limited (DLDS) have confirmed their participation & exhibited in Maritime Nation India 14-16 Sept. 2017. DMICDC Logistics Data Services (DLDS) is a joint venture between Government of India represented by Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor trust implementation fund and Japanese IT major NEC Corporation, with 50:50 equity participation. Maritime Nation India 14-16 September 2017 and the Maritime Nation India Awards 2017 continue to receive inspiring feedback from the industry and government organizations globally for its theme and quality content. Highlights included its 15 conferences with 80 speakers, 50 exhibitors and 3500 visitors, proactive participation by industry...
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The H2K Program is a fantastic research initiative being run by local Halifax charity The Maritime Heart Center in an effort to improve physical activity in our kids. The shocking fact is that 32% of Nova Scotia children are overweight or obese... and in adulthood, heart disease will kill 1 in 3 people in our province. This innovative program is now being run in 10 schoold across HRM, reaching over 900 children and incorporates elements of activty logging, fitness testing, education sessions and peer mentoring. The Maritime Heart Center hopes to bring about a significant culture change with this initiative, whilst empowering children and their caregivers with the tools to lead sustainable heart-healthy lifestyles. Visit our website for more information or to find out how you can volunte...
Showcasing the work of Seafarers UK, the leading charity for seafarers in need, introduced by Director General Commodore Barry Bryant CVO RN http://www.seafarers-uk.org/ Seafarers UK is a charity that helps people in the maritime community, by providing vital funding to support seafarers in need and their families. - See more at: http://www.seafarers-uk.org
How’s that for a showstopper? Just hours after The Great British Bake Off returned to our screens, staff from international maritime charity Sailors’ Society celebrated the 200-day countdown to the organisation’s 200th anniversary on 18 March 2018 with a cake shaped like a cargo ship.
A policy paper which aims to revise the Somali Maritime Code has received backing from key stakeholders in the sector. The changes will see the Somali legislation brought into line with international maritime law. A follow-up forum to thrash out pending issues in the draft paper will be held in Rwanda. With the help of the International Maritime Organization, Somalia will have added responsibilities, to enable it to effectively secure its maritime domain
The Maritime Archaeology Trust is a registered charity with over 20 years’ experience in research, investigations and pioneering techniques for the study of marine cultural heritage. Originating the South of England as the Hampshire and Wight Trust for Maritime Archaeology, it has grown from regional roots to an internationally renowned authority on maritime archaeological issues and research.
A lack of dental care is a growing problem in many rural areas of the US, about a third of adults don't get their teeth checked because they can't afford it. Dental care is not covered under any of the federal government's insurance programmes. Al Jazeera's Diane Eastabrook reports from Joplin, Missouri. - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
I'm back down at Titanic Slipways off the Queen's Road in Belfast dockland to see the Great Light Maritime Exhibit that was opened yesterday. ( 8th March 2018 ) The Great Light is a marvellous new addition to the maritime history already showcased at Titanic. ( I'm sorry that the blinds were mostly pulled down around the glasses when I filmed. I will return when they are up and film again. I will make a further videos showing the educational information boards that circle round the base of the Great light Lantern, the displayed lens and the light at night. ) The Great Light is one of the largest optics of its kind ever built in the world, and is around 130 years old. Weighing 10 tonnes and measuring 7 metres tall, the optic is a unique maritime heritage object with significance to Belfas...
Sorry this took a while to upload, tried 5 times but the internet at the hotel here in Winnipeg is not the best...... I got invited to go on a PC Charity ride, all money made goes to the Presidents Choice kids charity. It was short notice and we managed to get 13 Bikes, went for a great 95klm ride, lots of mud holes, look offs, windmills and had a BBQ. Hope you like the video, press the Thumbs up and leave me a comment ! Instagram - maritimeratv Song: Sturgill Simpson - Brace for Impact (Live a Little)
Take a sneak peek at the boats lined up for the 15th annual Charity Boat Auction at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, Maryland this Saturday, September 1, 2012. Doors open at 8am, BBQ available at 11am, and live auction starts at 1pm. Admission is $5 per person, with free admission for Museum members and kids under age six, until 1:30pm. Afterward, regular admission rates apply. 83 boats and counting ranging from power, sail, rowing skiffs, yacht, antique, canoe, kayaks and more. We've got it all. All boats will be sold be the end of the day. 100% of the proceeds go to the adults and children served by the Museum's educational and boat restoration programs. Visit cbmm.org/boatauction to see a list of boats and to learn more or call us at 410-745-2916.
Cowes Week is one of the longest-running regular regattas in the world. It’s official charity is transforming people’s lives through the power of the sea. UKSA runs maritime training courses alongside youth development programmes. The charity works with school kids, adults and young offenders. Our reporter Dale McEwan has found how UKSA is making a difference.