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