Scouts and Guides: Active Global Citizens

This international project aims to increase the role Scouts and Guides play in promoting human rights, equality and justice in the world. It encourages Scouts and Guides to recognise we live in an interconnected world where local actions have global impacts. We believe this will contribute to more responsible behaviour and informed decision making of all of us.

About the project

The project gathers 11 scouts & guides and global education organizations from 7 European countries - Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Poland, Scotland, Slovakia and Slovenia. To get more information on what is going on in your country or elsewhere and how can you be involved, please click on the name of the respective country:

 
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What we already did?

  1. network of trainers, 
  2. an conference Re-imagining Futures organised in Prague on 19th November 2015

Be part of this project!

Are you interested in global issues? We would like you to provide us with answers to questions related to development education topics during our project. Send your e-mail address to the project coordinator and we’ll contact you when there are current issue which might be of interest to you.

Within the project, we  will be developing several global education tools that you can use in your Scout activities, such as a self-evaluation tool for groups and for individual Scout Leaders, e-learning, a database of programmes and  global development education methodology adapted to use within the Scout context. We are happy for you to use and disseminate these tools. Again, just send your e-mail address to project coordinator Pavol Kaššák and we will contact you when they’re ready.

This project is funded by the European Union. The content of the project is the sole responsibility of NaZemi and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Union.

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