GUÍA DE IMPLEMENTACIÓN DE PROCESOS DE GESTIÓN DE RIESGOS EN UNA OSN

De conformidad con la Constitución de la OMMS, todas las OSN miembros tienen  el deber de operar bajo el mandato de su Órgano de Gobierno, integrado por voluntarios electos en su Asamblea Nacional, cuyas decisiones deben ser puestas en práctica por su Equipo Ejecutivo Nacional, lo que se conoce como el Modelo de Gobernanza de la OMMS.

ROLE OF THE GOVERNING BODIES IN THE RISK MANAGEMENT OF THE NSOS

The purpose of this document is to ensure that the governing bodies of NSOs rec-ognize the importance and desirability of carrying out appropriate risk management in their organizations and, in addition, that they are aware of their duties and responsibilities in this area. In addition, it describes the proposal of the mechanism for implementing risk management processes formulated by the WSB-ISC in order to support the NSOs.

 

NSO RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS IMPLEMENTATION GUIDE

In accordance with the WOSM Constitution, all NSOs members have a duty to operate under the mandate of their governing body, consisting of volunteers elected to their National Assembly, whose decisions are to be implemented by their national executive team, known as the WMO governance model. The NSO Risk Management does not escape this model of operation, therefore, the maximum responsibility for risk management rests with its National Council, which delegates its implementation and implementation to the National Executive Team.

Back to Our Nature

After a difficult year facing multiple challenges brought by the global health crisis, Scouts are getting ready to reconnect in person with their friends and go back to enjoying activities in nature again. Scouting is prepared to lead the way for the physical and mental recovery of young people, by providing opportunities to engage with nature, be energetic and activecitizens, and reflective on how to rebuild a better world.

 

Scouts for SDGs in the Community

Scouts for SDGs in the Community outlines the updated Better World Framework as a portfolio of world initiatives categorized in four thematic areas of education. The thematic areas focus on global issues and trends affecting young people and diverse communities for the next decade. The educational initiatives and their challenges inspire young people to participate in their local communities and strengthen their active citizenship while collaborating with different partner organizations.

Representing the Scout Movement

As an external representative, a spokesperson, a volunteer, or a professional working at national or international levels of Scouting, we could be called upon to represent the Movement in an article, interview, or speech at any time. This resource will provide us with some ideas and key messages on how to make our task a little easier. 

When in scarf or uniform, we reflect Scouting's brand and have a duty to protect and strengthen the reputation and image of Scouting in speech, action, and visual representation. 

Capacity Building in Humanitarian Action for National Scout Organizations

This document is prepared in an effort by WOSM to support National Scout Organizations (NSOs) in their response to emergencies and disasters. Instead of focusing entirely on the response, the full spectrum of the ‘disaster lifecycle’ is of importance. One of the steps WOSM has taken is to provide toolkits and materials that NSOs can use to develop their understanding of the subject and reference to build capacity. These materials can be used as:

• General reference materials on disaster preparedness and response

• Training and workshop modules and trainer’s guides

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