Triennial Report: 2005-2008

Every three years, the governing body of World Scouting meets to evaluate the recent past and consider the future. Since 1922, this sequence of meetings has mapped out the destiny of a unique movement for young people. The projection of the Scout Movement towards the future depends on a universal vision, the legacy of Baden-Powell: to create a better world. One year after the Centenary of Scouting, the World Scout Conference can look towards the horizon with a pioneering spirit and people who know where they are starting from and are moving forward fearlessly to prepare new ground.

Triennial Report: 2005-2008

Tous les trois ans, l’organe de décision du Scoutisme mondial se réunit pour évaluer le passé récent et imaginer le futur immédiat. Depuis 1922, cette succession de rencontres a dessiné le destin unique d’un mouvement de jeunesse unique. La projection vers l’avenir du Mouvement scout, dépend d’une vision universelle, laissée en héritage par Lord Baden-Powell : Créer un monde meilleur.

38th World Scout Conference Evaluation

An evaluation of the 38th World Scout Conference 2008, Republic of Korea, has been undertaken. It is based on the data from the registration system and on the participants' feedback.

1. Statistical Analysis
This report has been extracted from the Conference registrations. A record number of 947 delegates and observers were present at the Conference, making it the highest number ever. It may also be noted that 150 National Scout Organizations (NSOs) sent delegates to the Conference, ensuring that 94% of the eligible 160 NSOs were represented.

Pre-Conference Workshops

On Sunday, 13th of July, there will be five specialised workshops taking place in advance of the World Scout Conference in Korea. These Workshops will take place in the afternoon at ICC Jeju. While three of the workshops will be on Youth Programme, one will be on Scouting's Profile (Strategic Priority 7) and one on Registration Fees.

Ateliers avant la Conférence

Cinq ateliers thématiques sont prévus le dimanche 13 juillet, juste avant le début de la Conférence Mondiale du Scoutisme. Ces ateliers se tiendront l'après-midi au centre des congrès de Jéju (ICC Jeju). Trois de ces ateliers porteront sur le Programme des Jeunes, un sur le profil du Scoutisme (priorité stratégique 7) et un sur les cotisations de l'OMMS.

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