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An agent of development, Scouting constitutes a social force at local, national and international levels. Working together with its partners, both public and private, Scouting responds to the needs of society. Without social awareness, it cannot exist. An educational movement for young people, Scouting is an active member of society.
Open to all and built of friendship, Scouting encourages a culture of peace through the personal commitment of its members and the collective commitment of the movement. Contributing to the spirit of peace, Scouting promotes respect for others and the environment, diversity of cultures, as well as intercultural training around the world.
Scouts contribute daily towards creating a better world, to find ways to be constructive, and to not leave society only to the care of others, when they themselves can be helpful. Every Scout commits to using their competencies to help others, to share their knowledge, and to improve community life.