Humanitarian Standards aligning with Scouting

Scouting's values and Scout Method go hand in hand with universal humanitarian principles, even during the COVID-19 pandemic. Our response through awareness, skills for life, and improving opportunities for non-formal education, is essential. This visual one-pager presents the humanitarian standards linked to Scouting.

Juego de Cartas de la Diversidad e Inclusión

[ES] Juego de Cartas de la Diversidad e Inclusión

“The Threshold Quartet game” es un juego de cartas, destinado a reunir tantos cuartetos como sea posible, mientras se trabaja en la diversidad. Orientado a jóvenes y adultos para reflexionar y aprender más sobre la temática de Diversidad e Inclusión.

Traducción y adaptación del diseño en español: Oficina Scout Mundial,Centro de Apoyo Interamérica, Panamá con permiso de FOS Open Scouting, Bélgica.

[EN] Diversity and Inclusion Card Game

Safe from Harm modular training programme

The purpose of this training material is to support the NSO/NSA structures responsible for the development of a safe Scouting environment (Adults in Scouting National committee, training teams, Safe from Harm committee, teams, and/or working units) to provide a minimum level of implementation of the Safe from Harm measures with a focus on the Adults within Scouting.

Wood Badge Framework

The Wood Badge is a common standard that identifies the levels of training and development required by Adults in Scouting to perform certain roles. This includes the basic levels expected and also those at a more advanced level which leads to the attainment of the Wood Badge.

Protecting Children and Youth in Times of COVID-19

Although children are not the face of this pandemic, they risk being among its countless victims. While they have been largely spared from the direct health effects of COVID-19 - at least to date – the crisis is having a profound effect on their wellbeing. All children, of all ages, and in all countries, are being affected, in particular by the socio-economic impacts and, in some cases, by mitigation measures that may inadvertently do more harm than good. This is a universal crisis and, for some children, the impact will be lifelong.

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