The Jamboree Magazine offers you the most interesting, exciting, special and important stories that unfolded during the Jamboree. The magazine offers a full range of featured stories, a lot of images and even cartoons. Young correspondents as well as IST reporters produced stories in English, French and maybe your own language as well.
The Jamboree Magazine was distributed on July 28, 30 and on August 1, 3, and 6.
Latest release of Hej Jam!
We all expected the closing ceremony to be something extraordinary. After a fantastic Jamboree with superb shows throughout, it just had to be!
On the night of the 6th August the grand finale began, with the theme ‘Solidarity’ and plenty of rumours about what was to come. Situated at an all new stage with a view from every side, the conditions were set for a fantastic show.
Release of Hej Jam! distributed to the participant on the 6th of August 2011.
The Jamboree is not only about activities, Camp in Camp and big events; much more is happening all around the campsite as part of the daily life at the Jamboree. The everyday life is conducted in every Subcamp, and the Towns are summing with life much of the time.
Release of Hej Jam! distributed to the participant on the 3rd of August 2011.
Safe from Harm, conference on the issue of child protection, held on the Jamboree site. Quest, People, Global Development Village, Dream, Earth, the Module Activities have names to spark your imagination. Young Correspondents from Switzerland and Brazil had the honour of interviewing a secret member of the Swedish Royal Family.
Release of Hej Jam! distributed to the participant on the 1st of August 2011.
Ramadan at the Jamboree, Ramadan is considered the month of Quran and Charity and whoever fasts receives great rewards. During Ramadan, Muslims perform lots of religious rituals, like reading the Quran more often, performing Taraweeh prayers every night of Ramadan after Ishaa prayer (night prayer). Also Muslims increase doing good deeds and paying charity to needy people and pay Zakat (fourth pillar of Islam) as it has double rewards during this month.
New release of Hej Jam! distributed to the participant on the 30th of July 2011.
It’s arrivals day and Scouts are joining the Jamboree from all over the world. Some arrived early to help; others had been delayed by weather, lost luggage and transport issues. All seem happy to be at the site and excited about what the next two weeks hold for them.
First full release of Hej Jam! distributed to the participant on the 28th of July 2011
In this issue and five others we want to write about the great stories that happen all over the Jamboree and even outside the campsite! Small stories or big stories – it doesn’t matter. We want to be there where it happens.
This is the pre-release of Hej Jam. It has been distributed in 4 000 copies to the ISTs that have arrived on the 26th of July.
Welcome to the 22nd World Scout Jamboree in Sweden! For the next two weeks you will be living in an international city of Scouts, gathering more than 39 000 people from around 150 countries.