WOSM’s Plan for 2020-2021

For Scouting to emerge as a stronger Movement from the unprecedented challenges and great uncertainties created by the global COVID-19 pandemic, more than ever we need to work together NSOs, Regions and World level. 

Following the decision to postpone the World Scout Conference the development of a one-year plan was initiated by the World Scout Committee to bridge the period between the end of the 2017-2020 Triennium and the 42nd World Scout Conference. This plan builds on the outcomes of the 2017-2020 Triennial Plan, the original planning work for the 2020-2023 Triennium, and the emerging priorities for NSOs and World Scouting in the post-COVID-19 context. 

The plan covers the following five key priority clusters aimed at supporting NSOs and World Scouting to adapt to the new reality and lay a strong foundation for the next Triennium.


Five key priority clusters:

1. Supporting membership retention in a changing reality
2. Support NSOs in their new financial reality
3. Strengthen Scouting’s role and impact as a key actor in local communities
4. Connecting the Movement
5. Long-term focuses and core business continuation


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Learn more about WOSM’s Plan

NSO leadership can learn more about the plan by watching the presentation delivered during the closing session of the World Scout Academy which took place on 15 August 2020.

Frequently Asked Questions

This FAQ provides answers to a number of key questions regarding the plan and explains in more detail what it means for WOSM and NSOs in addressing key priorities towards Vision 2023.
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