This strategic priority aims at supporting National Scout Organizations (NSOs) in responding effectively to the needs and expectations of adolescents. This will result in an increase in membership in this age-range and enhance Scouting's reputation as an organization which helps young people in their transition to adulthood.
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The aim of this strategic priority is to identify the support and tools required to help National Scout Organizations (NSOs) offer equality of opportunity to girls and boys, women and men at all levels in Scouting. This should offer new opportunities for everyone and, through an increase in youth membership and adult leadership, result in a more even balance in the male:female ratio in associations.
The aim of this strategic priority is to support National Scout Organisations (NSOs) in identifying and responding to the needs of young people, adults and society where Scouting is not currently having an impact. This should result in an increase in membership and increase Scouting's impact in the world today.
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This strategic priority aims at redefining the concept of volunteering as applied to Scouting and reviewing policies and practices to help National Scout Organizations (NSOs) recruit and retain a new group of adults in Scouting.
This strategic priority is a focus for the World Organization of the Scout Movement from 2002 - 2005.
This strategic priority aims at assisting National Scout Organizations (NSOs), as well as WOSM itself at world and regional levels, to adopt a strategic approach to reviewing their structures, systems and management to enable them to be sensitive to the changing needs of society and to respond quickly and effectively.