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The world's largest educational youth movement. 50 million Scouts creating a better world in 170 National Scout Organizations.
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Scouting creates an impact at a local level and translates into billions of hours of community service worldwide. Katie, a BP Fellow, Messenger of Peace Hero and from the USA, is one of 50 million Scouts who . Listen to her story:
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There has been huge progress in achieving the goal of universal primary , but over 100 million youth worldwide still lack basic literacy skills. Take action for quality education today and show the world how Scouts :
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World Scouting Jun 23
Did you know that forests provide vital habitats for millions of species and around 1.6 billion people depend on forests for their livelihoods? Take action for forests and show us how Scouts :
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World Scouting Jun 22
Globally, 94% of men aged 25 to 54 are in the labour force, but what about women? Find out the answer in the Action Kit, which includes activity ideas for your next Scout meeting: Let’s for equal economic opportunities for all.
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World Scouting Jun 21
Do you know a Scout aged between 16 and 26 who has made a significant contribution to the culture of peace or community development at the local or national level? Nominate them to be a Messengers of Peace Hero today! Find out more:
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World Scouting Jun 21
World Scouting has been awarded the Charity in Hope medal in recognition of Scouting’s contribution and service to humanity. World Scout Committee Chairperson Craig Turpie  received the award on behalf of the Movement. Read more:
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World Scouting Jun 20
With the support of , Scouting is having a remarkable impact on >900 young people across camp in . For learn how young people there have improved their skills &active citizenship through Scouting
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World Scouting Jun 20
Over 13 million children and youth are living as . On , let’s stand and show the world how Scouts . Learn more about how Scouts are supporting young refugees around the world 👉
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World Scouting Jun 19
Refugees worldwide risk their lives walking 2 billion kilometres each year to reach safety. For tomorrow, let’s with and honour their courage, resilience and determination.Scouts, are you up for the challenge? Tag 3 people to join you.
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World Scouting Jun 18
The path towards building peaceful and inclusive societies involves working together to strengthen our institutions and uphold human rights. Help by creating your SDG 16 to-do list today:
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World Scouting Jun 17
Achieving Goal 8 means creating decent jobs, equipping young people with relevant job skills, protecting everyone's labour rights, and putting a stop to child labour. Create your SDG 8 to-do list and show us how Scouts :
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World Scouting Jun 16
The meat production industry has a devastating impact on the environment, but we can help tackle the problem by consuming less meat. Share your favourite meat-free dishes and recipes in the comments below and inspire other Scouts to :
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World Scouting Jun 15
Did you know there are more than 1,000 World Heritage Sites around the world? As Scouts, we can help preserve these important sites and can get the Patrimonito Scout Badge and Scouts of the World Award for our efforts. Find out more:
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World Scouting Jun 15
Scouts, there are fewer than 40 days to go until the Jamboree, which means fewer than 40 days to for the ! 🙌 Share your service projects or join our crowdfunding challenge for a chance to win up to US$1000 for your project
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World Scouting Jun 14
Good hygiene can save lives by preventing water-borne diseases. We’d love to see your posters, so share them to social media with the hashtag , and we’ll repost our favourite ones.
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World Scouting Jun 13
The World Scout Committee confers the Bronze Wolf, the highest award in , on Anne Whiteford from
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World Scouting Jun 13
The World Scout Committee confers the Bronze Wolf, the highest award in , on Paul Parkinson from .
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World Scouting Jun 13
Everyone deserves a chance to live a happy life. Let’s treat those around us, especially the less fortunate, with respect, compassion and understanding. What actions have you taken to reduce inequality in your community? Show us how Scouts :
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World Scouting Jun 12
Getting a quality education is the foundation to creating sustainable development. Scouts, we know you have done amazing things to help others access quality education in your communities. Share your projects and show the world how Scouts :
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World Scouting Jun 11
Scouting gives young people equal opportunities to grow and develop their full potential regardless of their ethnicity, religion or gender. Have you organized a project or event like this? Share your experience and inspire others to :
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