The Asia-Pacific Region is strategically managed by the Regional Scout Committee, which is elected by the Regional Scout Conference.
The Regional Conference is the governing body of the Region. Each National Scout Organization can send a maximum of six delegates. NSOs can also appoint observers to take part in the Conference.
The Regional Committee is made up of 10 elected members for a 6-year term. The Chairman of the Young Adult Members Group is an additional member of the Committee with voting rights, with a term of three years. All Committee Members are from different countries.
Youth Adult Members Group
The Regional Scout Youth Forum elects 6 young adult members group for a three-year term. The Chairman represents the YAMG to the Regional Scout Committee, and the five other members are appointed to the five regional sub-committees. They must be aged 18-26 when elected and all representatives are from different countries.
APR Vision 2020
By 2020, Scouting in the Asia-Pacific Region is recognized as the preferred and leading educational youth movement offering relevant programme in all segments of society.