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  • 5. aoû 2014

TEAM SPIDER
Today we want to share with you our impressions and reactions to scouting changes society, so every member of our team is gonna share a few words :

For our group we just discuss about how to promote scouts to community because some people always thinkthat scouts are just for camping. But scouts are allo the best informal education for people to make a better country and teach somoene to survive. (Basnel from Malaysia)

Our issue was environement and sustainability. We had a great discussion about the future threads for our life, mainly the global warming caused hugely by the transportation. So in order to raise awareness in thaïs topic, we made a suggestion in supporting the use of bicycles by créatine the international Scouts on bikes day. (György from Hungaria)

The workshop gave me the opportunity to open my m'indiquer about some problems like for exemple "youth marginalisation" and to have a general view of them. I think that sharing ideas and opinions is important in order to find solutions and to get a complet overview and the workshop according to me have been the right opportunity to do all these. (Roberta from Italy)

International team: education for leads, budget for study, criminality, more Time for other organisations, mix the informal and formal education together. (Jenesca from Suriname)

Dans mon groupe, la question de l'orientation sexuelle et de l'accueil de tous était au cœur de nos discussions. Nous étions plusieurs à penser que, bien que ce soit un sujet très sensible, nous nous devons d'être les ambassadeurs de l'ouverture d'esprit. Nous avons créé un projet autour de l'information et de l'accueil de jeunes issus de la communauté LGTBQ. C'était intéressant d'avoir d'autres points de vue et de découvrir comment le sujet était traité dans d'autres pays. (Amandine de Belgique)

A demain pour de nouvelles aventures!
The spiders team!
#youthwall

Commentaires (1)

  • Amy.k
  • De Lebanon
  • 6. aoû 2014

yess,we`re having a problem that some are engaging in just for fun..i mean this a gd attractive reason ...but we should introduce them to the real purpose of that ..which is for a better world ,some societies are having problems with scouties leackage when it gets a little more seriuos ,in addition im afraid a lot of organizations are not introduciing scouties to scout the right way through there yearly programs