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9th World Scout Conference Evaluation Report

  • 1st Jan 2011

The Conference Evaluation was developed through an electronic questionnaire. It was available in the five official languages of WOSM and was anonymous. 713 people received the electronic, although 298 logged into it, only 196 fully filled the evaluation. Providing a 27.5% response rate.

The respondents belonged to 63 different countries or territories (see table in the annexes), 28% were female and 72% were male. 53% of the respondents were Official delegates, 39% were Observers, 3% were guests and 5%
attended the Conference in “other” roles.

For 49% of the respondents this was their first time attending a World Scout Conference (95 respondents) and 46% of them had attended between 2 to 5 WSC (91 respondents). 4% had been to 6 to 10 WSC (8 respondents) and 1% to more than 10 WSC (2 respondents).