View and download videos produced by World Scouting or National Scout Organisations. Most of these clips are available in different file sizes, formats and languages.
The best way to follow the Jamboree from home is to watch all the videos that are available on-line.
We have compiled below some of the various ressources that you can find in English and French.
This list will be updated when new episodes become available
For the first time and thank to the hard works of volunteers from UEB, the 39th World Scout Conference was fully broadcast, live on the internet. You can find on this page some extracts of the original streaming. All these files are available as a play-list on Youtube.
The following videos were created by the World Scout Foundation to support the "Messengers of Peace" initiative.
They have been displayed during the 39th World Scout Conference in Curitiba/Brazil in 2011
Since the earthquake of January 2010, Haitians Scouts are mobilising to assist the affected population. Through this documentary production realised by Scouts and Guides of France and the National Association of Scouts of Haiti, Fabrizio Scapin, director of the film captures the experience of young scouts mobilized for their country.
He shows us true scouting embodied by these children, who, beyond their capacity for action, have shown a commitment and a sense of exemplary service to their community.
UNICEF, the World Organization of the Scout Movement (WOSM) and WAGGGs amplify young people’s voices through the use of their digital platforms.
As the world’s leaders convene in New York for the historic Millennium Development Goal Summit, Voices of Youth will keep its community and young partners abreast by getting unprecedented and exclusive access to experts on issues like poverty, hunger, HIV/AIDS, women’s health, and climate change.
Eveline Herfkens, Executive Coordinator for the Millennium Campaign sent a special video message to Scouts around the world on the occasion of the 38th World Scout Conference in July 2008.
Scouting does not exist in isolation; it is part of the community and it needs to work in partnership with others, from individuals to organisations and institutions at local, national and world levels. This video highlights the important work that Scouting does in partnership with many other great Organizations and UN Agencies.
These three clips highlight some of the issues facing the world today and how, through the core values of Scouting, the Movement is active in being part of the solution and working to realise the vision of 'Creating a Better World'.
2007, the Centenary of Scouting is an unique opportunity for us to share the achievements of 100 years of Scouting and demonstrate the values and mission of Scouting today. All Scouts should be involved in the exiting initiatives planned at local, national, regional and world level. Please use this video to support the promotion of your centennial activities.
For over a hundred years, Scouting has been making a real contribution to creating a better world by helping young people to develop their full potential as individuals and to play a constructive role in society. However, Scouting can only have a real impact as a social force if it is able to attract and retain young people - and supporting adults - long enough to really make a difference.
While the growth of our Movement is ultimately the result of delivering high-quality Scouting, haphazard growth is not sustainable. The factors affecting the growth and development of associations vary from one country to another, but, whatever the situation, offering better Scouting to more young people requires a strategic focus.
An outcome of the communication strategy, this motivational clip outlines the importance of strengthening the social positioning of the Scout Movement at both world and national levels. This can be achieved through the active promotion of the communication themes: a social force, a culture of peace, a constructive contribution.