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Europe

European Scout Region

Posted 2nd Sep 2014

Strengthening and developing new partnerships in Europe – Partnership Network Meeting 2014

The next Partnership Network Meeting is organised by The Partnerships Network which aims fosterin

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ZHP POLAND

Posted 26th Aug 2014

Challenge everything! 12th National Rovers Jamboree "Watra"

This year 499 participants took part in Watra, including two scout patrols from Belarus and Slove

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Adam Kurzawiński

Hard to say, there were about 600 scouts :P Translate

ZHP POLAND

Posted 20th Aug 2014

"Leader+" The Brand New Training Programme For Adult Volunteers

On 13-16 August over 75 adult leaders of The Polish Scouting and Guiding Association (ZHP) par

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Lars Böhnke

Posted 25th May 2014

ScoutingTrain 2014: #6 days left!

Wagons are ready to meet and only 6 days left to back our vision from a network of young people i

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Lars Böhnke

Posted 23rd May 2014

Moscow City Game 2014

72h Moscow - 2014 brings a new challenge to every young person who is ready for adventures:

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Lars Böhnke

Posted 22nd May 2014

ScoutingTrain 2014 - Create Understanding

Because peace in Europe is important - right now! Once upon a time there was an idea…

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Bartłomiej Głodek

Posted 23rd Feb 2014

Scouts for Ukraine!

The day before World Tkinking Day The Polish Scouting and Guiding Association take the decision t

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