Based on stakeholder input, we developed a first draft of the next Strategy for Scouting, known as “Draft 1”, which outlines the key building blocks of our new strategy. Inspired by Scouting’s mission, it aims to guide the Scout Movement and WOSM over the next decade, defining its aspirations and desired impact as we continue to create a better world.
Nous prévoyons de publier le « projet 2 » en janvier 2024, et le projet final devrait être présenté lors de la 43e Conférence Mondiale du Scoutisme en août 2024 pour approbation.
Scouting will work to create a peaceful and inclusive world, eliminating discrimination and ensuring safe and equal opportunities for everyone.
Scouting will work to build resilient communities by educating and empowering young people to adapt, mitigate and take action on climate change. Scouting will lead by example and advocate for environmental sustainability, climate resilience, and positive impact, locally, and globally.
Scouting will inspire children and young people and respond to their needs and interests by providing competency-based learning experiences and continuously innovating our educational programmes.
We will implement these programmes by strengthening the use of the Scout Method through digital and real-world solutions, by embracing the diversity of the Scout Movement and by ensuring that Scouting is accessible, fun, rewarding and engaging.
Scouting’s membership will reflect the diversity of the societies it serves and lead the way to increase and broaden its reach into new communities.
We will actively remove barriers, reimagine the Scouting programme, increase our reach, engage more diverse volunteers, and reshape our organisations to provide every young person with the opportunity to join Scouting.
Scouting will ensure young people feel free and confident to be themselves by providing a safe environment for adventure where children, young people and adults in Scouting are healthy, protected and supported to grow.
We will adopt a zero tolerance mindset across the Scout Movement, to prevent harmful situations and work to strengthen safeguarding practices and all forms of well-being as essential elements to achieving Scouting’s mission.
Scouting will actively recruit, train, and retain a growing and more diverse group of committed and motivated volunteers to deliver safe quality programmes through fun, meaningful, and rewarding experiences.
We will offer more flexible and accessible opportunities, providing relevant learning experiences for volunteers to develop their skills, to be used and recognised inside and outside of Scouting.
As fit for purpose organisations we will champion transparent, accountable, efficient and innovative governance structures that reflect the reality, unity and diversity of our membership and a commitment to youth leadership.
We will be financially sustainable, enabling the Scout Movement to expand and serve its growing range of local communities worldwide. Our income sources will be ethical and diversified, built on strong financial management and resource mobilisation strategies with partners and donors.
As adaptable organisations we will respond to the needs and interests of the young people and communities we serve. We will foster innovation and accelerate digital transformation across all levels of our organisation.
We will make informed decisions that strengthen Scouting’s impact using rich data collection, evidence-based reporting and learning platforms to develop a clear and systematic understanding of our work.
As influential organisations we will be a united, vocal and relevant actor defined by our values and clearly positioned as safe, impactful, and trusted.
We will be leaders for non-formal education working with a strong network of partners and organisations who share our vision to empower children and young people to take on the world’s greatest challenges.