Money, Power, Respect is a project run by a group of young volunteers based at Global Education in Derby. The group uses the music of hip-hop to express their thoughts and feelings on issues affecting themselves and their local communities, including unemployment, crime, poverty and globalisation. The volunteers have learned a wide range of new skills enabling them to deliver workshops around the city to help inspire other young people. Hear Alex, Shaun and Karnage share their personal stories about overcoming their own difficulties along the way, and how they've gained a wide range of skills and confidence from volunteering within the project.
2. Amanda's Artcore Journey
Amanda explains how and why she got involved with arts-based charity Artcore in Derby, and what makes a great volunteering experience.
For more information on Artcore go to www.artcoreuk.com
For more details on Amanda's journey with Artcore and why Citizen Eye Derby chose to capture this on film, go to www.citizenseyederby.org.uk
3. Derby Flash Mob
For Volunteers' Week 2012, Community Action Derby decided to do something a bit different. Working with a team of volunteers they came up with this...
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