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Post-Event Report

Workshop on the role of ICT


in Youth Programme

Youth programme




The Asia-Pacific Regional (APR) Workshop on the
role of ICT in Youth Programme was a four-day
workshop, organized to gather Scout leaders who are
involved in either Information Communications
Technology or designing and developing their Youth
Programme. The workshop provided an opportunity
for the leaders to understand the role of ICT in Youth
Programme and discuss among themselves promising
practices on how ICT is used to develop attractive
Youth Programme.



Table of contents
Basic information................................................................................ 3
Aim................................................................................................. 3
Objectives ...................................................................................... 3
Workshop Summary .................................................................... 3
Workshop Recommendations........................................................... 4
Speeches................................................................................................ 5
Mr. Anthony Thng....................................................................... 5
Mr. Abdullah Rasheed ................................................................. 7
Mr. Soiichi Saba ............................................................................ 9
List of documents.............................................................................. 10
Thursday, 14 October 2004 ...................................................... 10
Friday, 15 October 2004............................................................ 11
Saturday, 16 October 2004........................................................ 11
Sunday, 17 October 2004.......................................................... 11
Participants Directory....................................................................... 12
Overseas Participants................................................................. 12
Local Participants ....................................................................... 17
Staff List.............................................................................................. 20
Workshop Staff........................................................................... 20
Support Staff (Japan).................................................................. 22
Workshop Programme..................................................................... 24
Thursday, 14 October 2004 ...................................................... 24
Friday, 15 October 2004............................................................ 24
Saturday, 16 October 2004........................................................ 25
Sunday, 17 October 2004.......................................................... 25
Opening and Closing Ceremony..................................................... 26
Opening Ceremony.................................................................... 26
Closing Ceremony...................................................................... 27
Workshop Evaluation....................................................................... 28



















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Basic information


Aim
The aim of the seminar is to provide practical tools in developing
attractive Youth Programme utilizing the new developments in
information communications technology.


Objectives
At the end of the seminar, which will last 4 full days, participants will be
able to:
a. Explain the role of ICT in Youth Programme;
b. Identify ways to incorporate ICT as a means to make Youth
Programme attractive to young people;
c. List raw data to be able to design an interactive learning software
for young people; and
d. Discover promising practices of participating national Scout
organization on how ICT is used to enhance their Youth
Programme.


Workshop Summary
Ideas evolve and so were the animated discussions at the APR
Workshop on the role of ICT in Youth Programme held on 14~18
October 2004 at the National Olympic Memorial Youth Center in
Tokyo, Japan. Pooling together ICT specialist and youth programme
developers in Scouting, the gathering saw the extent of ICT as an
enabling tool for Scouting at large.

The Scout Association of Japan graciously hosted the workshop using
the equipment and facilities of the youth center. Participation was good,
involving 46 Scout Leaders coming from 14 countries, namely, Australia,
Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Maldives, Pakistan, Philippines,
Singapore, Sri Lanka, Thailand, UK and Japan. Speakers were invited
from UK, Singapore and the Philippines who shared their practical
experience in ICT for Scouts and their knowledge on the huge potential
of gaming and virtual community.

In conjunction with the workshop, a back-to-back symposium on the
same theme was arranged for a group of over 35 local Scout leaders who
later joined the main group.


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During the workshop cum symposium, participants were exposed to the
practicalities of the world JOTA and JOTI on 17 October where the
WOSM Secretary General, Dr. Eduardo Missoni, was heard and
broadcasted.

To conclude the 5-day workshop, a preamble was formulated stressing
the pervasive effect of ICT in global affairs and as an essential tool for
information and marketing, for connecting Scouts, and for enriching
youth programme.

The APR ICT Sub-Committee, together with the APR Programme Sub-
Committee facilitated the management of the workshop while the Asia-
Pacific Regional Office of the World Scout Bureau coordinated the
workshop, jointly with the Scout Association of Japan.


Workshop Recommendations
1. National Scout Organizations shall promote ICT in Scouting
through the effort to offer Scouts the chance learning a lot through
the computer, internet and multi-media platforms. National Scout
Organizations shall also utilize the potential possibility of ICT for
communication tool at global/local level to enhance our programme,
as one of the effective tools for the discussion of important issues,
like environmental conservation, peace promotion, human rights
protection, health and sanitation, gender sensitivity, etc.

Actions to be taken:
NSOs/Councils shall enhance infrastructures of ICT in line with
each logistical resources.
Organization of a Regional ICT Team comprised of
representatives from all/majority Member Countries, for
Programme Planning, Monitoring and Evaluating ICT activities
related to Scouting.

2. To make our programme attractive to young people, and to help the
wishes of Scouts and Scouters to deepen understanding about ICT,
education and awareness campaign on the Role of ICT in Scouting
shall be encouraged at NSO/Council level, and various opportunities
shall be introduced through many kinds of efforts and supports.

Actions to be taken:
Upgrade and update websites properly and frequently;
Conduct APR ICT Workshops twice a year;
Conduct ICT Workshop in line with the necessity of each
NSO/Council situation.

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Speeches


Mr. Anthony Thng
Opening Speech by
Mr. Anthony Thng
Chairman, Asia-Pacific Regional Scout Committee

Salutations!

On behalf of the Asia-Pacific Regional Scout Committee, I extend a
warm welcome to all the participants and staff of this workshop. I am
told that there are 15 countries that are present at this workshop. We
have resource speakers and representatives from Youth Programme Sub-
Committee and ICT Sub-committee and also two regional Scout
Committee members, Mr. Eric Khoo and Prof. Koji Oguri, two
Chairmen of Sub-Committee, Mr, Paulus Tjakrawan and Mr. Oh Sang
Gyoon.

During my term of chairmanship, as at date, I have attended and
officiated at the APR Adult Resources Management Workshop in
Thailand, APR Adult Resources Management Workshop in Jakarta,
Indonesia, International Financial Resources Management Workshop in
Jakarta, Indonesia, Strategic Planning Workshop in Singapore, Strategic
Planning Workshop in Macau, APR Workshop on Risk Management in
Singapore, APR Public Relations, ICT and Marketing Workshop in
Seoul, Korea.

And today, APR Workshop on the Role of ICT in Youth Programme
here in Tokyo, Japan. This is a new initiative and most probably, the
largest regional workshop held this year and maybe, my final appearance
at a workshop during my chairmanship.

I love Japan and of course her people and the many friends whom I
have met since 1974. Thats 30 years ago! Just imagine I was here in
Narita delivering my keynote address to 26 countries including the Boy
Scout of America, during SAJ Invitational Programme 2004, a few weeks
ago. It was nostalgia in 2003, when I officiated the opening of the
Nippon Jamboree in Osaka, during the Nippon Invitation Programme. I
was young and handsome contingent leader of Singapore in 1974
Nippon Invitation Programme and the Nippon Jamboree held in
Chitose-bara in Hokkaido, the north island of Japan.


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Besides Thailand, Taiwan and Malaysia, Japan is most probably the
country that I visited most about 15 times.

This workshop has two primary objectives: One is to identify ways to
incorporate ICT as a means to make Youth Programme attractive to
young people. Another is to get a raw data to design interactive
learning software for young people. These two objectives can be
summarized into one, which is Educational through Entertainment

We say that education is power. Nowadays, we also say that technology
empowers. Todays young people belong to the interactive generation.
Anywhere in the world, youth and all sectors of society use
technology for more interaction and connectivity.

It has also been said that Scouting is Fun with a purpose. One of the
inputs of this workshop is Game in Scouting. Scouting is a playground.
Playfulness is inherent in a childs life, and we know that when children
play they re-invent the world. Playfulness is the staring ground for
greater awareness, creativity and inventiveness.

This workshop could suggest an educational framework with which to
conduct Scouting activities using ICT. However, we should also take
into consideration young people in less-developed communities where
technological architecture is low. While Scouting may still largely use
traditional methods for its educational activities, ICT gives Scouting a
tool to convey its unique educational approaches and assess out impact
in society. There is no doubt that Scouting is a global organization. Can
we also say the same thing that Scouting has an impact in the virtual
community?

In conclusion, I would like to congratulate and thank the Scout
Association of Japan for taking the initiative to host this first workshop
combining Youth Programme and Information Communication
Technology, and for involving their leaders at all levels, including Rovers
to make this workshop an educational as well as an entertaining one.

May I also on behalf of the participants and the Region thank the Scout
Association of Japan, and all the staff and members of the host
organizing committee for their hard work and warm welcome and not
forgetting the hospitality. May I request our overseas friends to show our
appreciation to the Scout Association of Japan, in the Scout way, by
giving them three yesakas. Please stand up and raise your right hand,
one, two, three Yesaka! Yesaka! Yesaka!

Domo Arigato!

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Mr. Abdullah Rasheed
Speech during the Opening Ceremony by
Mr. Abdullah Rasheed
Regional Director, World Scout Bureau

Good afternoon and konnichiwa

Mr. Anthony Thng, Chairman Regional Scout Committee
Mr. Toby Suzuki, Member, World Scout Committee
Mr. Eric Khoo, Member, Regional Scout Committee
Mr. Paulus Tjakrawan, Chairman, APR Youth Programme Sub
Committee
Mr. Oh Sang Gyoon, Chairman, APR ICT Sub-Committee
Mr. Koo Hong Kiong, Member, APR ICT Sub-Committee
Mr. Kunio Suzuki, General Commissioner, SAJ
Mr. Koniichi Komachi, International Commissioner, SAJ
Mr. Katsura Kuno, Chairman APR PR Sub-Committee
Mr. Yuji Wakayama, National Secretary, SAJ

Resource Speaker, Mr. Craig Turpie
Resource Speaker, Mr. Ranulf Goss
Resource Speaker, Mr. Alex Choo

Dear Participants,
Ladies and Gentlemen,

Let me start my remarks with this quotation: Boys want variety. Dont
be surprised when they get tired of one thing. Be prepared with the
next. Baden Powell wrote this in the Headquarters Gazette in 1911
but his words are still relevant to todays young people. The rapidly
changing needs and aspirations of young people is one of the challenges
Scout Youth Programme is facing today and this is precisely the reason
why a workshop of this kind needs to be organized.

What does the Youth Programme in Japan offer to our young people? Is
it attuned to their dynamic life styles, their needs and aspirations? Are
they doing the same activities as they did 50 years or 80 years ago? Are
we equipped enough to know the young people and to design Scout
activities based on the needs of the young people of today to meet the
educational objectives of our Scout movement. Do we keep in mind why
a particular activity done or do we just follow the given activity because
it is prescribed in the advancement scheme, without knowing why we do
it. These are some of the problems that we face in Youth Programme
itself.


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Then how about the evolution in technology and communications
which slowly are drawing the interest of the young people away from
Scouting activities or from any other activity for that matter? In some
advanced countries a young person on average spends as much as 5 6
hours a day on the internet, leave alone the time to sleep, eat or attend to
school. Variety is what the world is offering to our group of young
people, and thus, it demands substantial need to provide a better
alternative to address the needs and aspirations of young people. These
are some of the things that challenge your capabilities and due to non-
flexibility of our Youth Programme. We are here at the symposium not
to alter the concept of Scouting but rather to talk about using the
modern ICT tools for the betterment of Scouting as a relevant
movement with the modern times keeping to the aspirations of the
young people and to encourage more young people into Scouting
through the use of ICT.

Therefore, the answer is that we need to move with the majority and
with the changes taking place. If we look at the region, of course we
have a big difference between those who use the internet and those who
have very limited access or with no access to internet at all. While we
have Korea at the top with a population whose internet uses according
to the last World Human Development Report is as high as 552 for
every 1000 person in the country we have also countries in the region
where the internet uses is less than 1 person per every 1000 people in the
country. Similarly according to the same report nearly half of the
population of Singapore, New Zealand, Australia, Japan, and Hong
Kong are internet users. If we do not think far ahead we will then be
lagging behind. There are also a few who still believe that Scouting is
largely an outdoor activity and therefore there is no scope for utilizing
ICT as a tool for Youth Programme. While we do know that ICT as a
communication tool has long been accepted in Scouting and therefore
the time has now come when we need to identify the role of ICT in the
core of Scouting which is the Youth Programme.

As Scout Leaders, we are gathered here together with the resource
people who has the necessary expertise, for the APR symposium on the
Role of ICT in Youth Programme, I believe it is the golden opportunity
to increase our knowledge on Youth Programme, and how to move
along with technology and communications, and the chance to learn
from each others experiences.

While you are meeting here there is another group of over 40
participants from 13 different countries working to collate ideas as to
how we can use ICT in Youth Programme. You will be joining them
tomorrow morning to hear what they have discussed. These new ideas

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would only reinforce the development of our Youth Programme as
relevant, attractive, and challenging having in mind the educational
objective and mission of the Scouting.

In conclusion let me also express my sincere appreciation on behalf of
the region and on my personal behalf to the leaders of the Scout
Association of Japan for the tremendous efforts and care and planning
they have undertaken to make this symposium a reality and to make all
of us feel at home and to be happy. We are also very fortunate to have
such many distinguished Scouters from the region led by the Chairman,
Regional Committee members, Chairmen of APR Sub-Committees and
you will meet them all. In the same token we appreciate having the
resource speakers and in particular Craig from UK, who had taken much
trouble to be with us and to share his vast knowledge and an ardent
believer on what we are discussing today. We are extremely happy to
have a young technical person like Ranulf Goss from Philippines and
Alex Choo from Singapore who are all Scouters themselves. I thank you
for your presence and sincerely hope that you will benefit form this
symposium.

Arigato gosaimas!


Mr. Soiichi Saba
Speech (after receiving the APR Distinguish Award)
by Shoichi Saba
Chairman, Board of Directors
Scout Association of Japan

Taking this opportunity, I would like to say a few words.

I feel greatly honored and delighted to have the APR Distinguished
Service Award at the opening ceremony of the APR Workshop on the
role of ICT in Youth Programme.

The Asia-Pacific Region Consist of 23 countries and territories, including
such populous nations as Indonesia and the Philippines. Indeed, the
APR has the largest Scout population in the world, 16.65 million, and is
making a great contribution to the World Organization of the Scout
Movement.

I think this APR award reflects SAJs effort and success in promoting
exchange programmes in which numerous Scouts and leaders from APR
countries participate each year, as well as fruitful cooperation SAJ has

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cultivated. It is recognized that these activities are of great benefit to the
Scout Movement.

I would like to extend a very warm welcome to the 72 participants and
staff from 12 APR countries who will be joining the workshop to be
held over the five days to the 18th.

The main themes of the workshop are 1) what is the role of ICT in
Youth programme? 2) how much we can utilize ICT-based games in
Scouting?, and 3) is it possible to create the virtual Scout community for
exchange of information and opinions over the Internet.

The recent remarkable progress and development of information and
communication technologies, notably the proliferation of PCs and the
internet, is dramatically transforming society and creating new
opportunities for the ways in which people can to work together for the
common good. I urge all of you to take pride and exercise responsibility,
recognizing that you have a pioneering role in mastering ICT and
making use of ICT in Scout activities and programmes.

It is my earnest desire that the workshop here will spur development of
the Youth Programme in the Asia-Pacific Region and you will take the
initiative in promoting use of ICT in Scouting in your countries.



List of documents

The documents listed below is archived in a CD-ROM named, Insights. If you
need a copy of any of these documents, you need to contact you national Scout
organization, which should have a copy of this CD-ROM. You can download these
documents via the Internet at http://www.ict.scout.or.jp/eng/


Thursday, 14 October 2004
Mission of Scouting and the Fundamental Principle of Scouting. This sessions
explained the Mission of Scouting and how it is related to the
fundamental principles of Scouting. This session was presented by
Mr. Toby Suzuki.
The World Programme Policy and Eight Steps of Programme Development.
This session explained the dfe3finition of Youth Programme and the
different elements described in the World Programme Policy and
how it is related to the Eight Steps to Programme Development.
This sessions was shared by Mr. Syd Castillo.

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The Role of ICT in Youth Programme. A presentation on promisng
practices using ICT to develop activities for young people. This
session also discussed several possibilities in using ICT to develop
attractive Youth Programme. This sessions was presented by Mr.
Craig Turpie, Member of the Europe Scout Committee.

Friday, 15 October 2004
NSO Presentations. Promising practices from Scout Associations of
Hong Kong, Korea, and Japan.
Input on iGame on Scouting. A presentation providing game design
framework to prepare Scout Leaders in developing an interactive
learning software. This session includes digital game overview,
detailed design process, high level design process and samples
simulation games for learning. This session was presented by Mr.
Ranulf Goss of the Philippine Gaming Organiztion.
Group Reports on iGame on Scouting. From the session, these report are
input on possible story board of iGame in Scouting.

Saturday, 16 October 2004
Virtual Scout Community. This presentation explains what a virtual
community is and explore why Scouting need one. This also
explained the types of virtual communities which Scouts can build
and what are available tools to build them. The session also
discussed how Scouts can apply this media to benefit Scouting and
reach out to young people. This session was presented by Mr. Alex
Choo, member of the APR Profile Sub-Committee.
Group Reports on Virtual Scout Community. These reports are group
input on the contents of a Virtual Scout Community.


Sunday, 17 October 2004
Meditation
Synthesized Group Reports from the three presentations and
Conclusion
Workshop Recommendation
Evaluation of Workshop



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Participants Directory


Overseas Participants


Julie Creed
P.O. Box 415, Glenorchy,
Tasmania 7010, Australia
Tel. No.: 03 6263 6172
Mob. No.: 0409 120452
Fax No.: 03 62347188
Email: acc_bhq@tas.scouts.com.au

Mohammad Yousouf Wani
Awanta Bhawan, Nowshehra Srinagar, India
Tel. No.: +91 194 2402606
Mob. No: +91 9419005511
Fax No.: +91 1942403606
Email: gvei@yahoo.com

Mohite Ashwini Mukund
c/o Shri Raut G.S., SR. No. 36141
Kalepadal, Hadapsar, Pune - 28
Tel. No.: +91 2026811179
Mob. No.: +91 209822017229
Email: ashwini_square_@yahoo.com

Pok Man Patricia Yuen
5F, Blk 6 Full View Garden, 18 Siu Sai Road
Chaiwan , Hong Kong
Tel. No.: +852 93768730
Mob. No.: +852 93768730
Email: pigpigyou@yahoo.com

Kwan Ching Vincent Lam
Flat A 4F Blk 1, Siu Yat Hse
8 Chun Yin Square Yuen Long , N.T.
Tel. No.: +852 90410324
Mob. No.: +852 90410324
Email: vincentlkc@netvigator.com

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Chor-Yeun Au Yeung
Block 13, 6/F, Flat C, Charming Garden
Hoi Tin Road, Mongkok
Kowloon, HongKong
Mob. No.: +852 81066863
Fax No.: +852 2302137
Email: vs6tm@yahoo.com

Peggy Pui Kei Wong
C2 14/F Yee On Court
124 B Argyle Street, KLN, Hong Kong
Tel. No.: +852 25807323
Mob. No.: +852 60107608
Fax No.: +852 25807377
Email: pegleon@hotmail.com

Harry Prasetya
Medan Merdeka Timur No. 6
Jakarta 10110, Indonesia
Tel. No.: +62 21 3507645
Mob. No.: +62 811887155
Fax No.: +62 21 3507647
Email: harryprasetya@yahoo.com

Ahn Tae Kyung
Hyundai Mansion 10-101, Sinsadong
605 Gangnamgu, Seoul 135-894 Korea
Tel. No: +82 2 5111963
Mob. No: +82 1191390411
Email: mcdoria55@yahoo.com.ca

Lee Hae Moon
Yeouido P.O. Box 280, Seoul, Korea
Tel. No: +82 2 6335 2009
Mob. No: +82 16 6688614
Fax No: +82 2 6335 2020
Email: lynch2@hanmail.net

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Min So Yeon
Yeouido P.O. Box 280, Seoul Korea
Tel. No: +82 2 6335 2034
Mob. No: +82 11 97489740
Fax No: +82 2 6335 2020
Email: symin@scout.or.kr

Kim Sang Hyeob
No. 38-4, Huamdong, Young Sangu
Seoul, Korea
Tel. No.: +82 2 7547117
Mob. No.: +82 112194872
Email: xeno@ksb.or.kr

Khoo Eng Tan
239 C, JLN Kenanga 3/9 KG Lapan
Bachang, 75200 Melaka, Malaysia
Tel. No.: +60 63350868
Mob. No.: +60 19 3310546
Email: ketmelaka@yahoo.com

Kalaimani s/o Supramaniam
5 Belakang Hospital, 09300 Kuala Ketil
Kedah, Malaysia
Tel. No.: +604 4163439
Mob. No.: +6013 4684785
Fax No.: +604 4160559
Email: maniria@yahoo.com

Roslee Bin Abdul Hamid
No. 1 Kampung Banggol Wan
Mat, 09100 Baling, Malaysia
Tel. No.: +604 4702896
Mob. No.: +6019 5676438
Email: leemit@yahoo.com

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Abdullah Saeed
G. Naagin Male`, Republic of Maldives
Mob. No.: 00960 763824
Fax No.: 00960 327005
Email: asaee007@hotmail.com

Farrukh Saeed
Pakistan Boy Scouts Association
Tel No.: 92 51 2827688
Fax No.: 92 519211781
Email: f_saeed35@hotmail.com

Teresita B. Saplaco
31 Mapili St. Rizal,
Santiago City, Philippines
Mob. No.: 63 917 3408283

Neresa A. Valdez
48 Bliss Batal, Santiago City
Philippines 3311
Mob No: +63 9274074550

Reynaldo F. Montano
2
/
F, BSP National Office Building
181 Natividad A. Lopez Street
Ermita Manila, Philippines
Tel No.: +63 2 5214912
Mob. No.: +63 918 5204438
Email: stingray9902life@yahoo.com

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Ariel O. Vejandre
43 Bliss Batal Santiago
Isabela City, Philippines
Mob. No.: 63 9185017836
Email: ariel_vejandro@yahoo.com

Dean Anthony G. Domalanta
San Mariano, Isabela
Philippines, 3332
Mob. No.: 63 9175740774
Email: deanthony32569@yahoo.com

Lim Say Chionh
Blk 672A, Jurong WestSt. 65 , # 05-130
Singapore 641672
Mob. No. +65 94500940
Email: lim_say_chionh@moe.edu.sg

Yap Cheng Boon
Blk 643 Pasir Rls Dr. 10 #12-30
Singapore 510643
Republic of Singapore
Tel. No.: +65 838535
Mob. No.: +93 835275
Email: ycbdarkside@yahoo.com

Nandaka Aluthwala
No. 18 Witjayamangalarama Rd. Kohuwala,
Sri Lanka
Tel. No.: +94 362259349
Mob. No.: +94 777 768155
Fax No.: +94 362259349
Email: nandaka@webstation.lk

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Elrasheed Abdelmagid Osman
c/o of Sudanese Boy Scouts Association
Tel. No.: +249 87531151
Mob. No: +249 9 12241305
Email: elrasheed1@hotmail.com

Abdelmohsin Badawi Mohamed
c/o Sudanese Boy Scout Association
Tel. No.: +249 83474000
Mob. No: +249 912360891
Email: Dr Mohsin64@ohtmail.com


Nawapatn Yanvudhi
1 SOI 9 Prapokklow Rd.
T. Prasing A. Moung
Chiangmai, Thailand
Mob. No: +66 9 5578752
Email: tyanvudhi@hotmail.com



Local Participants



Yoshinori Ito
1766 Hiregasaki, Nagareyama-Shi,
Chiba, 270-0161
Tel. No: +81 4 71596407
Mob. No: +81 90 27385617
Fax No: +81 4 71596407
Email: joe-ito@mva.biglobe.ne.jp

Yoshio Danjo
1-802-410, Kamiyashiro, Meito-ku
Nagoya-shi, 465-0025 Aichi, Japan
Tel. No.: +81-52-776-8859
Mob. No.: +81-90-6087-6232
Fax. No.: +81-52-218-6172
Email: ydanjoh@scoutnet.or.jp

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Yuji Yoshioka
3- 27-24-904, Yatocho, Nishitokyo City
Tokyo 188-0001 Japan
Tel. No.: +81-424-21-4415
Email: yoshioka@scout.ne.jp

Yutaka Sogawa
4-6-7 Setagaya-Ku, Daizawa,
Tokyo, Japan
Tel. No.: +81-3-3412-463
Mob. No.: +81-90-3512-3549
Email: s-yutaka@tb4.so-net.ne.jp

Hajime Sogawa
4-6-7 Setagaya-Ku, Daizawa,
Tokyo, Japan
Tel. No.: +81-3-3412-463
Mob. No.: +81-90-3512-3549
Email: sogawa@rd6.so-net.ne.jp

Kiyoyuki Nakajima
2-4-125-204 Namiki, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan
Tel. No.: +81-29-858-3095
Mob. No.: +81-90-8058-5287
Email: nakaji@mac.email.ne.jp

Kenta Sato
1-6-27-721, Ishimaru, Munakata-City,
Fukuoka 811-4147, Japan
Mob. No.: 81-90-5085-4773
Email: s135512@fukuoka-edu.ac.jp

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Toshikazu Shishido
3-10-8 Kita-Otsuka, Toshima-ku
Tokyo 170-0004, Japan
Tel.No.: +81-3-3917-7652
Mob. No.: +81-90-8489-6437
Email: shishido@kel.co.jp

Satoshi Yoshimura
c/o Scout Association of Japan
4-11-10 Osawa, Mitaka-shi
Tokyo 181-0015, Japan
Tel. No.: +81-422-31-5168
Fax. No.: +81-422-31-5162
Email: yoshimura@scout.or.jp

Hidekatsu Sato
5-2-9 Shinmachi, Nishitokyo-shi
Tokyo 202-0032, Japan
Tel. No.: +81-422-55-6348
Fax. No.: +81-422- 51-0970
Mob. No.: +81-90-3227-6478
Email: sato@isp.ne.jp

Tatsuo Mochiki
736-295 Tsuboi, Funabashi
Chiba 274-0062, Japan
Tel. No.: +81-47-467-4881
Fax. No.: +81-47-467-4881
Mob. No.: +81-90-45284934
Email: t.mochiki@hon-ssk.co.jp

Takehide Mitsunobu
1-4-16-106 Azabudai Minako-ku
Tokyo Japan
Tel. No.: +81-3-3582-7590
Mob. No.: +81-90-4001-0557
Email: mitz_1013@ybb.ne.jp

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Shigeo Kawai
3-18-14 Sengoku Bunkyo-kyu
Tokyo, Japan
Tel. No.: 81-3-39476124
Mob. No.: 090-4137-2353
Email: cima_y33@tka.att.ne.jp



Staff List


Workshop Staff

Workshop Adviser

Mr. Kuniichi Komachi
International Commissioner, SAJ (Japan)

Mr. Tatsuo Yamada
Chairman, International Committee, SAJ (Japan)

Mr. Abdullah Rasheed
Regional Director, WSB/APR (APRMaldives)


Workshop Director

Prof. Koji Oguri
Member, APR Scout Committee (Japan)


Workshop Co-Directors

Mr. Paulus Tjakrawan
Chairman, APR Programme Sub-Committee (Indonesia)

Mr. Oh Sang-Gyoon
Chairman, APR ICT Sub-Committee (Korea)


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Faculty Staff

Mr. Takemichi Toby Suzuki
Member, World Scout Committee (Japan)

Mr. Eric Khoo
Member, APR Scout Committee (Malaysia)

Mr. Koo Hong Kiong
Member, APR ICT Sub-Committee (Malaysia)


Input Speakers

Mr. Craig Turpie
The Scout Association (U.K.)

Mr. Alex Choo
The Singapore Scout Association (Singapore)

Mr. Ranulf Goss
The International Game Developers Association (Philippines)


Workshop Coordinators for Programme

Mr. Syd Castillo
Director, Youth Programme & IT, WSB/APR (APR-Philippines)


Workshop Coordinators for Administration

Mr. Hiroshi Arino
Tokyo Scout Council, SAJ (Japan)

Mr. Noboru Matsuoka
Tokyo Scout Council, SAJ (Japan)


Workshop Secretary

Mr. Konosuke Kobayashi
General Manager, Education Division, SAJ (Japan)


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APR Office

Ms. Leonisa M Capinlac
Accounting Assistant, WSB/APR (APR-Philippines)


Support Staff (Japan)

(General Affairs)
Mr. Hiroshi Arino
Mr. Naoharu Yamanouchi

(Transportation, Registration and Accommodation)
Ms. Ikuyo Kishimoto
Mr. Masayuki Shirakawa
Mr. Shigeki Nomura

(Webmaster/Equipment and Materials)
Mr. Makoto Nakano

(Management, Liaison and Documentation)
Mr. Noboru Matsuoka

(Symposium)
Mr. Isamu Aoki
Mr. Shigenori Takamori

Service Staff for Group I Mr. Shintaro Yamamoto
Service Staff for Group II Mr. Hiroshi Iwasaki
Service Staff for Group III Ms. Miwa Goto
Service Staff for Group IV Ms. Madoka Sato
Service Staff for Group V Ms. Mika Terasawa
Service Staff for Group V Mr. Yoshitaka Iida

Service Staff Mr. Yohei Kato
Service Staff Mr. Kyosuke Oshio
Service Staff Mr. Chihiro Muramatsu
Service Staff Mr. Tsunehiro Wakasugi

Service Staff for Symposium Ms. Kikuno Matsumiya
Service Staff for Symposium Mr. Tsubasa Kawaguchi
Service Staff for Symposium Mr. Yuki Takamura
Service Staff for Symposium Mr. Takahiro Odaka


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APR Scout Committee

Mr. Anthony Thung
Chairman, APR Scout Committee (Singapore)


APR Sub-Committee

Mr. Katsura Kuno
Chairman, APR PR Sub-Committee

Mr. Yoritake Matsudaira
Member, Financial Resources Sub-Committee


SAJ International Committee

Ms. Reiko Suzuki
Ms. Mari Nakano
Mr. Takashi Tatsumoto


SAJ NHQ Staff

Mr. Yuji Wakayama
National Secretary

Mr. Konosuke Kobayashi
National Secretary

Mr. Takayasu Sato
Senior Manager, International Service Department

Mr. Tetsuya Mochizuki
Manager, Supply Service Department

Mr. Shigehisa Yanagi
Expert Staff, National Event Department

Mr. Shiro Kimoto
PR Department

Mr. Katsumi Yoshida
International Service Department

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Mr. Makoto Okada
International Service Department

Mr. Ken Arai
International Service Department



Workshop Programme

Thursday, 14 October 2004
Arrival of participants
Registration
11.30 ~ 12.30 Lunch
12.30 ~ 13.30 Opening Ceremony and Group Photo
13.30 ~ 14.30 Workshop Objectives and Levelling of Expectations
14.30 ~ 15.30 Mission of Scouting and the Fundamental Principles of
Scouting: A Review
15.30 ~ 16.00 Break
16.00 ~ 17.00 The World Programme Policy and the Eight Steps to
Programme Development
17.00 ~ 18.00 1. Input on the Role of ICT in Youth Programme
and discussion in Plenary
18.30 ~ 20.00 Welcome Dinner

Friday, 15 October 2004
07.00 ~ 08.00 Breakfast
08.00 ~ 09.00 NSO Presentation on Promising Practices in Youth
Programme using ICT
09.00 ~ 10.00 Groupwork on the role of ICT in Youth Programme (4~5
Groups)
10.00 ~ 10.30 Break
10.30 ~ 12.00 2. Input on i Game in Scouting
12.00 ~ 14.00 Lunch Break
14.00 16.00 Groupwork on iGame in Scouting (4~5 Groups)
16.00 16.30 Tea Break

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16.30 18.00 Presentation of Group Reports on iGame in Scouting
(4~5 Groups)
19.00 20.00 Dinner

Saturday, 16 October 2004
07.00 ~ 08.00 Breakfast
08.00 ~ 09.00 3. Input on Virtual Scout Community
09.00 ~ 10.00 Groupwork on Virtual Scout Community (4~5 Groups)
10.00 ~ 10.30 Break
10.30 ~ 12.00 Groupwork on Virtual Scout Community (contd.)
12.00 ~ 14.00 Lunch Break
14.00 16.00 Presentation of the Group Reports on Virtual Scout
Community
16.00 16.30 Tea Break
16.30 18.00 Groupwork to Synthesize the reports from the Three
Topics
18.30 20.00 Dinner and International Night
JOTA/JOTI

Sunday, 17 October 2004
07.00 ~ 08.00 Breakfast
08.00 ~ 09.00 Presentation of Synthesized Group Reports from the
three topics and Conclusion
09.00 ~ 10.00 Workshop Recommendations
10.00 ~ 10.30 Tea Break
10.30 ~ 11.00 Summing-up, Open Forum, Workshop Evaluation
11.00 ~ 12.00 Closing Ceremony
12.00 ~ 13.30 Lunch
Educational Tour



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Opening and Closing Ceremony


Opening Ceremony

12:30-13:30, 14 October 2004
International Conference Room
International Exchange Building
National Olympic Memorial Youth Centre

(Master of Ceremonies)
Ms. Mari Nakano


1. Opening

2. Welcome Address by Mr. Tatsuo Yamada, Chairman, Host
Organization Committee, SAJ

3. Opening Address by Mr. Abdullah Rasheed, Regional Director, APR

4. Address by Mr. Anthony Thng, Chairman, APR Scout Committee

5. Address by Mr. Kuniichi Komachi, International Commissioner, SAJ

6. Introduction of Distinguished Guests

7. Introduction of Participating Delegation

8. Introduction of Course Staff & Support Staff

9. Closing



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Closing Ceremony

11:00-12:00, 17 October 2004
International Conference Room
International Exchange Building
NYC

(Master of Ceremonies)
Ms. Mari Nakano

1. Opening

2. Review of the Workshop & Symposium by Dr. Koji Oguri, Course
Director, SAJ

3. Address by Mr. Anthony Thng, Chairman, APR Scout Committee

4. Introduction of Distinguished Guests

5. Presentation of plaque to APR

6. Presentation of APR Certificate to participants of the Workshop

7. Presentation of APR Certificate to participants of the Symposium

8. Presentation of the WOSM Bronze Wolf Award of Mr. Fujio Imada
to Mr. Michio Imada (his son)

9. Closing

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Post Workshop Evaluation

Tick (! ) the appropriate box. Legend: FA Fully Achieved
PA Partly Achieved
NA Not Achieved

SL
WORKSHOP OBJECTIVES
(Set by Organizers)
FA PA NA
1.
Explain the role of ICT in Youth
programme
75% 25%
2.
Identify ways to incorporate ICT as a means
to make Youth Programme attractive to
young people;
65% 35%
3.
List raw data to be able to design an
interactive learning software for young
people; and
49% 48% 3%
4.
Discover promising practices of
participating national Scout organization on
how ICT is used to enhance their Youth
Programme.
59% 38% 3%

S
L
WORKSHOP OBJECTIVES
(Identified by the participants)
F
A
P
A
N
A
1
.
To identify ways on how to use ICT to
attract young people into Scouting
7
5
2
5

2
.
To learn and exchange ideas with one
another.
8
0
2
0

3
.
To understand what is information
communications technology (ICT).
7
7
2
3

4
.
To have fun and meet friends from other
countries and learn about their customs and
traditions.
8
7
1
3



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1. What is your opinion about the leadership of the workshop?
47% Very effective 48% Effective 5% Ineffective

2. How about other members of the staff?
85% Very Helpful 15% Friendly 0% Authoritative

3. How was the pace of the workshop?
8% Too Fast 28% Fast 64% Normal 0% Slow

4. Are you satisfied with the workshop content?
97% Yes 3% No

5. How useful are the workshop documents?
52% Very Useful 35% Useful 13% Irrelevant

6. How do you rate the residential facilities?
60% Excellent 30% Good 10% Poor

7. How is food?
54% Very Good 43% Satisfactory 3% Needs Improvement