This section contains information, resources and programme ideas for young people in Scouting.
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Preparing young people for lifeIn the contemporary world, youth empowerment is an oft-used expression, which has many different definitions depending on the context in which it is being used. It is often referred to as a mere intergenerational process and its’ true meaning is missed.
Guidelines for the Rover Scout SectionThis is a document with guidelines and ideas for programme developers on how to develop and implement the Rover Scout Programme within the Rover Scout section. Rover Scouting is the learning environment that Scouting offers to those who follow the last part of the "path" leading to the adult life. It's the final stage of Scouting's "educational offer". This document has been developed in the framework of the Strategic priorities “Youth Involvement” and “Adolescents”.
World PolicyAdults in Scouting: is a systematic programme of adult resources management, to improve the effectiveness, commitment and motivation of the leadership in order to produce better programmes for young people and a more effective and efficient organization.
You Are EuropeAn aid for Leaders who wish to incorporate Lands of Adventure into their programme.
Introduction to project approach in ScoutingThis publication is intended for Scout leaders. It explains, step-by-step, how you can use a project approach to provide a rich and exciting learning environment for young people. You may find a project approach useful if, for for example, you are having difficulty in motivating young people to progress, or in applying the Scout Method in practice, or in accommodating different needs, abilities and interests in the unit.
Organising and Running a National WorkshopThis booklet is intended as a practical tool for national Scout associations. The first part presents the issues raised at the Oslo Conference. The second part proposes guidelines for the preparation of workshops in national Scout associations, based on the working methods used for the Commissions at that Conference.
Toolbox Programme HandoutsThe Renewed Approach to Programme (RAP) is a new approach in developing youth programmes. It is the approach that the National Scout Organisations are advised to use in order to update or improve their youth programme. The RAP Toolbox describes the World Programme Policy and introduces the Renewed Approach to Programme in a very simple and comprehensive way.
An Update on EuropeLooking at the Europe for You! programme and its implementation by National Scout Associations.
How to implement a national policy / strategy / plan at local levelHow to get the programme agreed upon at national level to work with local groups.
Youth Programme is the “core business” of ScoutingIt is at local level that the most important action takes place; there, each young person is provided with a learning environment (activities, procedures, traditions, structures, atmosphere…) that enhances his/her full development.