يعتبر وسام "كشافى العالم" مبادرة لمساعدة الجمعيات الكشفية الوطنية لإعادة إحياء وتنشيط برنامج مرحلة الكشاف المتقدم (15-26عاماً) من خلال منح الشباب مزيداً من الفرص لمواجهة تحديات المستقبل الموضحة فى إعلان الألفية الذى تم التصديق عليه بالإجماع من جانب 189دولة من الدول الأعضاء فى هيئة الأمم المتحدة عام 2000،مرفق بهذه الوثيقة جميع المعلومات عن هذا الوسام العالمى.
The Scouts of the World Award is granted to young people having successfully accomplished a “Scouts of the World Discovery” and a “Scouts of the World Voluntary Service”.
The Scouts of the World Award is a special award showing that a young person is aware of world issues (Scouts of the World Discovery) and has acquired through a voluntary service the necessary experience and skills to become a citizen of the world.
A SW Base is a place where SW Discoveries and SW Voluntary Services can be organised. There are several ways in which to set up SW Bases, and National Scout Organizations can use all of them simultaneously and in a flexible way if they want to help as many young people as possible prepare and obtain the SW Award. Click on the map below to find the Scouts of the World Bases around the World!
The SW Network provides an unique opportunity to enter into the real adventure of today’s world: protecting the environment, working for development, challenging ethnic and nationalistic prejudices and building peace within and between the communities; in one thought, contributing to making the world a better place.
The Scouts of the World Partnership is a network of associations willing to help each other in implementing the Scouts of the World Award. The SW Partnership, as was identified in the Marrakech chapter, contributes to the enrichment of the youth programme, especially in the field of development education and peace education.
The SW Discovery is an adventure lasting several days, organised with a focus on environment, development or peace.
The SW Award is entirely managed by National Scout Organizations. It cannot be delivered except by NSOs having adopted it and integrated it into their programmes for the older sections.
After having accomplished a SW Discovery, a young person willing to obtain the SW Award has to do a period of voluntary service in order to contribute to solving a problem related to the Millennium Development Goals. A SW Voluntary Service is a period of personal commitment to support a community project in the field of environment, development or peace.
The aim of the Scouts of the World Award is to contribute to the enrichment of the programme for the over-15 sections (Senior-Scout Section and Rover Section) in two areas: community service and international cooperation.
مرحباً فى مركز المصادر .هنا يمكنك أن تجد المعلومات العامة والوثائق الخاصة بوسام "كشافى العالم" والمواد الأخرى ذات الصلة.
Find here the contact information to obtain support on how to implement the SW Award in your country.
The Scouts of the World Award is implemented by National Scout Organizations which have agreed to the conditions of use of the programme. The Scouts of the World Agreements have been produced in order to provide support to NSOs that are implementing the programme and offer the possibility to NSOs to take commercial opportunities with the aim to develop the SW Award.
Welcome to the resource centre. Here you can find the general information and documentation for the Scouts of the World Award.
يصدر عن برنامج وسام "كشافى العالم"نشرة أخبار دورية حول نشاط الوسام فى جميع أنحاء العالم .هذه المعلومات يمكن إعادة إصدارها والاقتباس منها مع ضرورة ذكر المنظمة الكشفية العالمية على أنها مصدر هذه المعلومات .
The Scouts of the World Discovery is an adventure lasting several days, organised with a focus on environment, development or peace. This Discovery is part of the Scouts of the World Award scheme. The "Eclaireuses Eclaireurs de France" will set up three Scouts of the World Discoveries in 2009.
The third official Scouts of the World Award (SWA) discovery workshop was successfully held from 22nd to 24th April 2010 at the Scout of the World Award Base located at the Kaengkrachan Riverside Scout Camp (KRSC) with the support of Greenpeace. Attended by 23 Rover scouts and non-scouts, along with three observer leaders and 13 staff, they shared lots of new ideas for SWA, environmental, development and peace issues. The theme for this workshop was “Episode : Strengthening the future by our Hands ”.
مرحباً بكم فى موقع أفضل الممارسات حول وسام "كشافى العالم" يمكنك هنا إيجاد مزيد من المعلومات حول أفضل الممارسات فى جميع أنحاء العالم حول وسام كشافى العالم
Gilbert was a young Rover leader when over one million Rwandan refugees streamed into Goma in 1996 from the genocide and terror of Rwanda and Burundi, from the long, arduous, barefoot walk from home villages which had been ethnically cleansed, and harassment by bands of soldiers and officials. The place allocated to the refugee camps was an unforgiving place, on the slopes of an almost dormant volcano. Within days, it turned to a death-trap, with insufficient water, food,
Hannah Lord is a Rover from Erindale Rover Crew and Michael Freeman a Venturer from Stromlo-Forest Venturer Unit in Canberra, Australian Capital Territory (ACT). The ACT Branch is leading Australia in establishing the Scouts of the World Award, and Michael and Hannah are both actively involved as members of the Cottermouth Scouts of the World Base Committee. Michael ran the first Australian Discovery in July 2006, which focused on Peace and our local Indigenous community. Hannah was also the Team Leader of the first Australian Scouts of the World Voluntary Service. This youth-led project saw 42 people travel to the Solomon Islands in October 2006 to complete two weeks service with the local Scouting community and the Red Cross School for the Disabled.