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ICMA and the Future
Transcript of ICMA and the Future
- keep the pace with changes in maritime industry that affect work of centers:
2. security and safety
3. smaller crews -
of center operation - regulations, insurance, fuel
- demand, availability, effect
Challenge 2 - Resources
traditional bases of support
in faith communities are changing
2. Patterns of
are changing across the board
for abilities of ship visitors and increased
from shipping companies
Challenge 3 - Motivation
1. Faith-based motivation
2. Humanitarian motivation
3. Specific Causes - Piracy, Migrants, Abuse, etc.
4. Family ties
New Tools - Professional Development
- Increased emphasis on
- For example, conferences are not only to network, but to
Tool 2 - resource challenge
- focus on creation of alternative
- "monetizing assets" and social entrepreneurs
- focus on "
- connection with
faith or donor communities
port welfare committees
and regional boards (link with levies)
Tool 3 - New Technology
- emphasis on
and mobile communications
- concerted efforts with
and communications companies
- ICMA App
Project - NAMMA and MtS
Future of Seafarers'
Impact of increased availability of Internet?
- 200 years of successful service during which we have often 'reinvented' our work
- particular success: lots of individual projects and teamwork between non-profits and industry
- work is still going on! (in many places it is thriving!)
ICMA and the Future of
27 September 2016
August 1969 in Rotterdam
- 100 delegates from 52 organizations representing 400 centres and 66 countries took part - both Catholic and Protestant
to foster collaboration and mutual aid amongst constituent bodies and to further common interests, and to serve as a means of more effective communication with other agencies
to be the collective and respected voice of the association within the industry and outside it.
Debates: MImplications of "Christian" and meaning of "Proselytism"
- big picture: removed impediments from working together
- small picture: in many, many ports we are friends
- goal: seafarers are served better
Changes and Challenges?