- Regional Scout Plan 2016-2019
- Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Czech Republic
- Macedonia, The former Yugoslav Republic of
- San Marino
- United Kingdom
Sessions delivered at the Academy 2012 in Kandersteg Session Session Materials Quality standards for youth programme and training Quality standards for youth programme and training PPT ESD on Quality in Scouting Recruitment and retention of young people Recruitment and Retention of young people PPT Recruitment and retention of young people – session 1 notes Recruitment and retention of young people – session 2 notes Strategic partnerships for growth Strategic Partnerships for growth PPT Guidelines on partnerships Posters from sessions Benefits and risks Partenariats strategiques Strategic planning for growth Strategic Planning for growth PPT How to transfer ideas from one MO/NSO to other Work groups results Recruitment and retention of adult volunteers Co-Education and growth Growth toolkit Making programme relevant to society Sessions delivered at the Academy 2011 in Paris Growth through Quality The Toolkit The Survey: Keeping the Programme Relevant How to Retain Members How to Reach out to Volunteers from Immigrant Groups (part 1) How to Reach out to Volunteers from Immigrant Groups (part 2) Sessions delivered at the Academy 2011 in Paris…More →
A two-year process of a UK-wide consultation process has come to a successful end, when delegates adopted their Association’s ‘Vision Towards 2018’ at the recent General Assembly of The Scout Association of the United Kingdom (TSA, UK).…More →
Chief Executives, National Directors, Secretaries General an other key professionals of National Scout Organisations (NSOs) and National Scout Associations (NSAs) of the European Scout Region, as well as their equivalents of Member Organisations of the Europe Region WAGGGS will gather at Gilwell Park (London) this coming November for the sixth Chief Executives’ Event, jointly organised by the European Scout Region (WOSM) and the Europe Region WAGGGS and hoisted by The Scout Association.…More →
Going through the Regional Scout Plan 2011-2013, one reads “Scouting does not happen at European level” (p. 3). This statement, however odd it might seem at first glance, should not go unnoticed – because it nicely summarizes the key rational behind each and every objective stated in the plan; Scouting is not a conceptual tale or a vague European procedure… Scouting is happening here and now, in the countryside and in the urban place, in neighborhoods, villages, small and bigger cities, and therefore the work taking place within the Region’s Working Groups makes sense as long as its impacts are realized within these contexts, as long as its benefits are felt by the Cub Scouts, Scouts, Ventures, Rangers, Rovers and Leaders of our Movement as well as the greater society in which the NSOs operate in.…More →
Supporting Growth in Changing Times is the theme of the Regional Scout Plan, and with this in mind, EuroScoutInfo.com was launched at the first meeting of the European Scout Region on Monday, 10 January 2011, during the 39th World Scout Conference in Curitiba, Brazil.…More →
European International Scout Camps – Summer 2017Based on information made available so far, the European Scout Region of the World Organization of the Scout Movemente (WOSM) has put together a (non-exhaustive) list of national jamborees organised during the summer of 2017 in Europe. Maybe one of these international camps is exactly what you were looking for?
15th European Guide and Scout ConferenceThe 15th European Guide and Scout Conference (15egsc) and the concurrently held 15th European Guide Conference (15egc) and 22nd European Scout Conference (22esc) took place from 17 to 21 June 2016, in Melsomvik, Norway.
#ScoutGuideSupport #RefugeesBetween September 2015 and May 2016, the European Scout Region of the World Organization of the Scout Movemente (WOSM) and the Europe Region WAGGGS regularly shared stories featuring Scouts and Guides involved in refugee and migrant support activities in their local communities.
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The Official World Scout ShopThe Official World Scout Shop offers an ever-growing range of high quality Scouting products. It is the only authorised supplier of World Scout items, and ALL profits go directly back to Scouting.
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