Measuring Scouting’s Impact on the Development of Young People

In 2017, with the support of the National Scout Organizations of Singapore, Kenya, and the United Kingdom, the World Organization of the Scout Movement piloted a method of measuring the effects of Scouting on the personal development of young people. The study found a statistically significant evidence that Scouts outperformed their non-Scout peers in nearly every category of personal development measured, across the three continents.

Patrimonito Guidelines

Scouts worldwide are committed to their promise to fulfil their duty to create a better world, as the founder of the Scout Movement, Baden-Powell said in his last message in 1941, ‘Leave this world a little better than you found it’. Creating a better world is not only a slogan and vision for Scouts, but also a way of life and a value they live.

GSAT Directrices de Autoevaluación para las OSN

La herramienta de evaluación de apoyo global (GSAT) es un estándar de calidad de la Organización Mundial del Movimiento Scout (OMMS) que evalúa la conformidad de una organización Scout Nacional (OSN) hacia las mejores prácticas internacionales en un buen gobierno y calidad en el Movimiento Scout.

El objetivo de estas directrices es proporcionar a usted la información necesaria para llevar a cabo la autoevaluación de su Organización Scout Nacional utilizando la Herramienta de Evaluación de Apoyo Global (GSAT).

GSAT Self-Assessment Guidelines

The Global Support Assessment Tool (GSAT) is a Quality Standard owned by the World Organization of the Scout Movement (WOSM) that assesses compliance of a National Scout Organization (NSO) towards international best practices in Good Governance and Quality Scouting.

The objective of these guidelines is to provide you with the required information to conduct your National Scout Organization’s Self-Assessment using the Global Support Assessment Tool.

13e Forum des Jeunes du Scoutisme Mondial et de la 41e Conférence Mondiale du...

Le Forum des Jeunes et la Conférence ont servi de plate-forme unique pour montrer la force de notre Mouvement et notre engagement collectif à créer un monde meilleur. Lors des événements, les Jeunes Conseillers et les membres du Comité Mondial du Scoutisme ont été élus, les Résolutions et Amendements à la Constitution de l'OMMS ont été débattus et votés, et les hôtes ont été sélectionnés pour les futurs Evénements Scouts Mondiaux.

13th World Scout Forum and 41st World Scout Conference - Report

The Youth Forum and Conference served as a unique platform for displaying the strength of our Movement and our collective commitment to creating a better world. At the events, Youth Advisors and World Scout Committee members were elected, Resolutions and Amendments to the Constitution of WOSM were debated and voted on, and hosts were selected for future World Scout Events. Moreover, the growth of several NSOs was celebrated and a renewed commitment was made by all 169 NSOs to grow WOSM’s membership towards Vision 2023.

Constitution of the World Organization of the Scout Movement

Accredited representatives of National Scout Associations, which had adopted and practised the Scout Movement founded by Robert Baden-Powell in 1907, assembled in Paris, France, in July 1922 and established the International Scout Conference for the coordination of the Scout Movement throughout the world, together with an Executive Committee and a Secretariat.

The present Constitution, as amended in August 2017, governs the operation of the World Organization of the Scout Movement in a kindred spirit of world cooperation and friendship.

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