These guidelines have been developed to help you to design your International and Official Scout Event Logo in a few steps.
The World Organization of the Scout Movement Asia-Pacific Region did an image study of Scouting in the Region in 2000 and has deemed it important to repeat it in 2008. This study describes the image of Scouting in the APR as perceived by 7,103 or 83% of the expected Scouts/Scout Leaders, non-Scouts/Scout Leaders, and parents of Scouts. The study focuses on the knowledge, attitudes, and recommended actions for Scouting to create an impact and be better promoted in the 17 respondent countries of the Asia-Pacific Region: Australia, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Republic of China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Maldives, Mongolia, Nepal, New Zealand, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, and Thailand.
Training manual - Second updated edition
Scout.Boom.Comm is a methodological tool to help leaders understand all the stages involved in implementing a branding strategy for the Scout Movement. It presents the concepts that are essential to understanding Scouting’s identity and the image that it reflects. It seeks to explain the link between image, key messages, Scout practices, and individual and collective behaviour.
The Brand Manual (promotional version) contains information on the use of the World Scout Emblem as well as the World Scouting Brand Logo (which graphic files are contained in Pack 2) and its various applications.
This document explains what is Intellectual Property, how to protect it and suggests some steps to take in the event of the violation of your Intellectual Property by a third party.