Announcement of base camp and sub-camp names – 24th World Scout Jamboree24th World Scout Jamboree

The theme of the 24th World Scout Jamboree is “Unlock a New World”. With this in mind, we will incorporate World Heritage sites in the names of base camps and sub-camps. A World Heritage site is a landmark or area chosen by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) as having cultural, historical, scientific or other significance and legally protected by international treaties. The sites are considered important for the collective interests of humanity.

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How to Recycle at Camp | Kandersteg International Scout Centre | Switzerland

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World Scout Jamboree 2015 memories in one map. #WSJ2015

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World Scout Jamboree 2015 memories in one page. Map with WSJ2015 schedule. #DrJoseMaps

#wsj2015#troop204wsj #northfloridascouting#drjosemaps #scoutmasterjose_maps

Blair Atholl 2018 International Scottish Jamboree Parade to Blair Castle. #blairatholl2018

Parade from Camp to Blair Castle. Blair Atholl International Scottish Jamborette. #blairatholl2018. Follow @scoutmasterjose via Instagram #IGTV

International Volunteers Day. Scouts Helping Communities In Need. Be Prepared for Emergencies

#ScoutVolunteers train #Scouts to #BePreparedForEmergencies #OutdoorsLearning for real emergencies. ==> #Repost @worldscouting

When natural disaster struck be it in Mexico, Sri Lanka, Haiti, Ecuador, or the Philippines and humanitarian response was needed, #Scouts were among the #VolunteersActFirst to help the community.

Scouts from Troop 182 in Jacksonville, Florida volunteered to collect donations for Puerto Rico Disaster Relief after Hurricane Maria.

Scouts always ready to support their communities in need.

Global Messengers of Peace and Global Goals | Dr. Jose G. Lepervanche

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Global Messengers of Peace is an initiative to serve our local communities and other communities around the world by using UN Sustainable Development Goals as building blocks of peace. Goals are embedded into courses as part of Global Learning and Engagement initiatives. Project also use current Scouting Messengers of Peace projects to related them to the Goals and share them as best practices in other countries.

Scouts, as local Messengers of Peace, also learn from other projects. Scouts in one location could collaborate with other projects by sending donations, books, or providing resources. Scouts can replicate successful projects and share their own projects using social media.

We will use our social media resources fb.com/scoutingadventures (English), fb.com/NoticiasScouts (Spanish), our video channels, and Scouting blogs (Scouting Adventures). We will also combine information with our university partners Global Learning News and fb.com/globallearnnews.

Events and initial resources include:
International Peace Day Labyrinth (Sep 21, 2016 at Florida College of Jacksonville)
Hiroshima: 70 Years Later: Origamis for Peace
TEDxFSCJ Salon about Youth, Leadership, Technology, and Peace.

We ALL are “#GlobalMessengersOfPeace

How “Scouting” Stands to be the Greatest Global Education Youth Movement Of the 21st Century | HuffPost

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A one week conference that gathered 1800 Scout delegates, representing 169 National Scout Organization (NSO)—serving over 50 million Scouts. The conference was recorded as the largest Scouting conference in history; the direction of the Scout Movement is revamped as they now set sail their program for the next three years.

Over a hundred years ago, an experimental camp held at Brownsea Island, near Poole in Dorset England, of twenty boys, proved to be a success to its organizer—a Robert Baden-Powell. His training and methods seemed to appeal to young people. “Scouting for Boys” was published by Baden-Powell, a book he had only intended to be a training manual where youth organizations like the YMCA or Boys’ Brigade could adopt, ended up being one of the best selling books of all time. The success of the book created a movement where youngsters started to organize themselves into what was to become one of the largest voluntary youth movements in the world—that quickly adopted the name of the “Boy Scouts”.

via How “Scouting” Stands to be the Greatest Global Education Youth Movement Of the 21st Century | HuffPost