As well as engaging in discussions, there’s plenty you can do in the run up to the World Scout Youth Forum to make it the best one yet. Why not get some friends together and have a look at some of the activities and learning opportunities here!
Activities and Learning
The Youth Advisors to the World Scout Committee will be elected at the World Scout Youth Forum and the World Scout Committee members will be elected during the World Scout Conference. The best way to prepare for an election is to take some time to inform yourself about the candidates. All the candidates were asked the 3 most voted questions on the 13th World Scout Youth Forum Facebook group, click on their names to find out their answers!
Ask the Candidates
All WSYF participants must go through Compass, an online training course that will prepare them for the WSYF. Once they have completed the training, they will receive a passport, which they will be required to present in printed or digital format at the registration desk at the WSYF.
Without this passport, they will not be able to complete their registration. The link to the online training course will be communicated shortly through email to all participants who have successfully registered. It is a very important step in preparing candidates to contribute actively at the WSYF.
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As the online discussions develop, we’ll be picking a few topics to explore further in live online discussions.
Is there something you’re not sure of regarding the World Scout Youth Forum or World Scout Conference events, documents or procedures? Here’s your chance to pose the questions and we’ll do our best to answer.