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Active Citizenship

Africa Scout Region

Posté 4. nov 2014

President flags off Centenary Jamboree

UGANDA - Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni has flagged off the National Organising Committee for Traduire

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abrahim baldeh

i want to participate on that jamboree. how i can go? Traduire

Eurasia Scout Region

Posté 1. nov 2014

Volunteering, efficiency, Scouting

The MoP project aimed at the organizational development and integration of disadvantaged youth ca Traduire

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Eurasia Scout Region

Posté 1. nov 2014

Thank you notes from the Town Hall of Yerevan

Being responsible and conscious citizens, HASK scouts actively participate in Yerevan public life Traduire

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World Scouting

Posté 28. oct 2014

Scouts tell their stories through inspiring photos

More than a month after launching the Scout Photo Community and the Scout Photo Missions Contest Traduire

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World Scouting

Posté 27. oct 2014

WOSM team meets with UN Secretary General

WOSM’s Secretary General, Scott Teare, and Member of the World Scout Committee, Mari Nakano, met Traduire

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Dravid srihari

wosm.. Traduire

Eurasia Scout Region

Posté 17. oct 2014

Seminar within the Framework of Collaboration Between “HASK” and Danish Scout Association

These days the National Scout Movement of Armenia “HASK” was glad to host Martin Kristensen, a go Traduire

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