Peace and Human Rights Education in Scouting

The Peace and Human Rights Education in Scouting document aims to provide National Scout Organizations (NSOs) with guidelines, from a Scouting perspective, on how to incorporate the culture of peace and human rights into the national Youth Programme.

It was created in response to resolutions 2014-12 Scouting and Human Rights and 2014-13 Peace Education, which were adopted at the 40th World Scout Conference. They reaffirmed the World Organization of the Scout Movement’s responsibility to promote the education of the culture of peace and human rights for all age sections.


Инструмент оценки в рамках Глобальной поддержки (GSAT) - это внутренний Стандарт качества Всемирной Организации Скаутского Движения (ВОСД), который оценивает стремление Национальных Скаутских Организаций (НСО1) следовать лучшему опыт.

Цель данного руководства - обеспечение НСО необходимой информацией для проведения самооценки с использованием Инструмента оценки в рамках Глобальной поддержки.

GSAT Lignes Directrices d’Auto-Évaluation pour les OSN

L’outil d’évaluation du soutien global (GSAT) est une norme de qualité propre à l’Organisation Mondiale du Mouvement Scout (OMMS), qui évalue la conformité d’une Organisation Scoute Nationale (OSN ) en ce qui concerne les bonnes pratiques internationales pour une bonne.

L’objectif de ces lignes directrices est de vous fournir les renseignements nécessaires pour effectuer l’auto-évaluation de votre Organisation Scoute Nationale à l’aide de l’outil d’évaluation du soutien global.

Comité Mondial du Scoutisme Rapport Triennial 2014 - 2017

Comité Mondial du Scoutisme Rapport Triennial 2014 - 2017

Pour bien comprendre le travail effectué par le Comité Mondial du Scoutisme (CMS) et le Bureau Mondial du Scoutisme (BMS) durant le triennat 2014-2017, il est primordial de le mettre en perspective. Le triennat passé (2011-2014) a été caractérisé


Ces lignes directrices de l’identité visuelle des Scouts du Monde donnent des informations et des ressources, afin d’aider les Organisations scoutes nationales à développer du matériel promotionnel pour le Brevet Scouts du Monde.

Diversity and Inclusion Position Paper

In a globalised world where local communities are diverse and reflect the mix of world societies, it is increasingly important to understand, respect and value individuals’ differences. This requires the Movement to be prepared to deal
with different needs, requirements and aspirations in order to accept and be inclusive of all youth members and adults.

YUNGA Challenges Badges

Developed in collaboration with United Nations agencies, civil society and other organisations, YUNGA Challenge Badges aim to raise your awareness, educate and motivate you to change your behaviour and become an active agent of change in your local community. The series can be used by teachers in school classes as well as by youth leaders, especially Guide or Scout groups. Challenge Badge activities are both educational – and fun! We want you to enjoy learning about how to make our world a more sustainable, fairer place!

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