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Messengers of Peace (MoP)


Throughout its history, Scouting has inspired its millions of members to make a difference – applying their leadership to creating a better world.

Scouts do some amazing things, from simple community actions to large-scale projects such as preventing bullying in schools in the UK, helping street gangs in El Salvador to reduce violence, cleaning up a playground in Texas and planting millions of trees all over Africa.

In some of the most difficult conflict areas in the world – Kashmir, Israel/Palestine, Rwanda/Burundi and Northern Ireland, to name a few – Scouts are coming together in local communities to make a difference. Adding all this together Scouts, as part of a global Movement, are making the world a more peaceful place.

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Our timeline

  • Scout Promise

    Thursday, August 1, 1907

    Introduced during the first experiment Scout camp in Brownsea Island, England.

  • 1st World Scout Conference

    Sunday, January 1, 1922

    1st World Scout Conference in France.Vision is to gather scouts in a Global Network of Service.

  • Baden-Powell's Last Message

    Wednesday, January 1, 1941

    "Good deed to create Peace in the world"

  • The 6th World Scout Jamboree

    Wednesday, January 1, 1947

    Named "Jamboree of Peace," 24,000 scouts attended

  • The Mission of Scouting

    Friday, January 1, 1999

    The Mission of Scouting was adopted at the 35th World Scout Conference in South Africa.

  • "Gift for Peace"

    Tuesday, January 1, 2002

    "Gift of Peace" concept was adopted by the 36th World Scout Conference in Greece.

  • First Call

    Thursday, January 1, 2004

    "Gifts for Peace" was released. Scouts of the World Award created. Focuses on three fields of action Development,Peace and the Environment

  • Inspirational Framework

    Monday, January 1, 2007

    "Messenger of Peace"

  • 22nd World Jamboree

    Saturday, January 1, 2011

    Jamboree was held in Sweden. More than 15,000 ideas of community service project. Messenger of Peace was officially launched.

  • Messengers of Peace

    Sunday, January 1, 2012

    1st Messenger of Peace gathering hosted by Singapore Scout Association. Network has increased more than 8 million service hours within 3 month."Roverway" in Finland and Arab Regional Jamboree in Egypt hosted 1st MoP Social Media training. 1st MoP Peace Network training was held in September in Africa Regional Jamboree. October 2012, Interamerican Region recruit the 1st MoP coordinator. Scout Arabia Government awarded scout and scout leaders as MoP hero. Recognizing Scouts contribution.

  • Network

    Tuesday, January 1, 2013

    Reached 10 million service hours. 34,000 projects were registered.150 pages of Facebook pages. MoP Dialogue Training in Sweden, Ireland and Asia Pacific Region.

  • Better World Magazine

    Wednesday, January 1, 2014

    Better World Magazine was released during the 40th World Scout Conference. Global Network strategy initiated to align MoP with World Youth Programme. Asia Pacific Region is the highest contributor for more than 500 million service hours.

  • MoP Hero Recognition 2014

    Wednesday, September 24, 2014

    Scouts from 6 regions are recognize for releant efforts and service in their local communities.

  • Big year for Scouting, big year for Messengers of Peace

    Wednesday, December 31, 2014

    Reaching out more young people, more countries and more cities to create a better world.

  • Every Day is Earth Day

    Tuesday, March 31, 2015

    Call for action for Scouts Messengers of Peace to engage in using his habits, skills and ideas to change climate change.


World Scouting

Posted 7th Oct 2015

Speech by Josephine Zana from Germany, one of the six Scouts...

Speech by Josephine Zana from Germany, one of the six Scouts who represented all 40 million Scouts worldwide to receive the Youth Leadership Award for the Environment at the the Green Cross International Conference for a Green and Inclusive Economy in Geneva on 6 October 2015. "Thank you Translate

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Posted 6th Oct 2015


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Posted 6th Oct 2015

Together with Opal, Pamela, Hamid and Josephine, Alena and B...

Together with Opal, Pamela, Hamid and Josephine, Alena and Barbara will receive the Youth Leadership Award for the Environment on behalf of 40 million Scouts in Geneva today. Translate

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Posted 5th Oct 2015

Today, we also introduce Hamid and Josephine, who are among ...

Today, we also introduce Hamid and Josephine, who are among the six Scouts representing all 40 million Scouts to receive the Youth Leadership Award for the Environment in Geneva on 6 October. Both Hamid and Josephine are Scouts agent of change, who are actively contributing to peace and environme Translate

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Ahmed Shamil

how I can't get involve ? Translate