World Scout Inter-religious Symposium

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The World Scout Inter-religious Symposium (WSIS) is a gathering of representatives of National Scout Organizations and religious networks, some of which have Consultative Status with the World Scout Committee. The WSIS helps reinforce the value of Scouting as an institution promoting interreligious dialogue, tolerance, solidarity and peace. The WSIS furthers co-operation and understanding of interreligious issues throughout the Scout Movement.

The World Scout Inter-religious Symposium takes place every three years and is coordinated by the World Scout Inter-religious Forum (a network of religious organisations in Scouting). The 6th World Scout Interreligious Symposium was set to take place in France, but has since been postponed.

Information about past Inter-religious Symposiums: 

5th World Scout Interreligious Symposium (2017)

4th World Scout Interreligious Symposium (2012) 

3rd World Scout Interreligious Symposium (2009) 

2nd World Scout Interreligious Symposium (2008) 

1st World Scout Interreligious Symposium (2005)

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