Volonterizam u uslovima katastrofa

Volunteering in disasters

Authors

  • Marina Jovanović Naučno-stručno društvo za upravljanje rizicima u vanrednim situacijama, Beograd, Dimitrija Tucovića 121

Keywords:

prirodne katastrofe, volontiranje, motivacija, benefiti volontera

Abstract

Katastrofe nesumnjivo pozivaju volontere u pomoć i njihova sveprisutnost u katastrofama nije sporna. Veliki broj humanih ljudi doći će na mesto nesreće u želji da pomogne. U 21. veku milioni ljudi širom sveta bili su pogođeni posledicama prirodnih katastrofa. U globalnim statističkim izveštajima broj povređenih, raseljenjih i umrlih lica se znatno povećao u poslednje dve decenije. Jedan od ključnih principa na kojima se temelji volonterski rad je da globalne promene počinju sa lokalnim promenama, odnosno da ekonomski i društveni razvoj počinje na lokalnom nivou, odnosno u sopstvenoj državi, u svom gradu ili selu angažovanjem lokalnog stanovništva, odnosno njihovim uključivanjem u rešavanje konkretnih društvenih problema. Iz razloga što su katastrofe postale globalna pretnja ljudskoj bezbednosti, danas je potreba za organizovanim volonterskim delovanjem i više nego alarmantna.

Disasters undoubtedly call on volunteers for help and their ubiquity in disasters is not in dispute. A large number of humane people will come to the scene of the accident in order to help. In the 21st century, millions of people around the world have been affected by the consequences of natural disasters. In global statistical reports, the number of injured, displaced and dead has increased significantly in the last two decades. One of the key principles on which volunteer work is based is that global changes begin with local changes, ie that economic and social development begins at the local level, ie in one's own country, in one's city or village by engaging the local population, or involving them in solving specific problems. social problems. Due to the fact that disasters have become a global threat to human security, today the need for organized volunteer action is more than alarming.


Keywords: natural disasters; volunteering; motivation; volunteer benefits.

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Published

2021-05-22

How to Cite

Jovanović, M. (2021). Volonterizam u uslovima katastrofa: Volunteering in disasters. Zbornik Radova, 1(1), 141–153. Retrieved from http://zbornik.upravljanje-rizicima.edu.rs/index.php/d/article/view/9