More than 180 leaders from 32 countries of the Americas meet in Paraguay for the 28th Interamerican Scout Conference, in which decisions will be made for the future of young Scouts throughout the Region.
Today, World Scouting is proud to honour 12 incredible young people with this year’s Messengers of Peace Heroes Award for their outstanding service and contributions towards building peace and promoting sustainable development in their communities.
After the 5.6 magnitude earthquake hit Cianjur District of the West Java Province of Indonesia on Monday afternoon, 21 November 2022, Scouts around the devastated areas grabbed their Scout neckerchief, vest and gears, then proceeded to help people in...
After the Tide Turners Plastic Challenge was launched in Cameroon in March 2021, some 30,000 Scouts, Scout Leaders, beneficiaries, and members of the public eagerly attended training to learn more about how the global youth initiative could address...
Marci Hajdu, 26-years old, is a Scout leader in Hungary, who was among the first responders at a railway station, assisting newly arrived refugee families from Ukraine. Marci holds a degree in psychology and has been actively involved in the UAct...
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From brainstorming the shape of the European Network of Communication to support volunteers and staff of NSOs and NSAs in the field of communications to opening spaces for sharing practices on merchandise, Scout magazines and communication channels
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Scouts joined thousands of civil society organisations at COP27 to call on world leaders, climate negotiators, and business leaders to take urgent action on climate change.
The first European Sustainability Forum concluded on Sunday, 23 October with the creation of a new European network of representatives from National Scout Organizations (NSOs), National Scout Associations (NSAs) and other partners to strengthen...
Over the last six months, Scouts in Europe have provided humanitarian assistance to more than 800,000 Ukrainian refugees, of which 270,000 are children and adolescents, according to a report recently published by UNICEF and the Scout Movement.
Greater Mexico City, a megalopolis with over 22 million residents, produces almost 13,000 tonnes of garbage every day. Despite a ban on single-use plastics in 2020, implementation was slowed by the global COVID-19 pandemic.
Valentina Leaño, Scouts de Bolivia shares the importance of Mental Health amongst Youth
This you have to see.
A Scout Leader in Coro, Venezuela led a project to build a beautiful “sustainable wall” out of… bottle caps!
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This week, Scouts are headed to the United Nations’ largest annual climate change conference, COP27, and we have a lot to tell the political and business leaders we’ll be meeting.