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Regional Scout Committee, European Region Comit Scout Rgional, Rgion Europenne Bureau Mondial du Scoutisme Bureau Europen

du Scoutisme Rue Henri-Christin 5 Case postale 327 1211 Genve 4 Plainpalais SUISSE Tl. (+41 22) 705 11 00 Fax (+41 22) 705 11 09 europe@scout.org scout.org/Europe | euroscoutinfo.com

Aux: Commissaires internationaux et contacts principaux des OSN et ASN de la Rgion Europenne du Scoutisme Aux personnes abonnes au europakonline.net

Date 5 avril 2012

Circular 5/2012

Rapport sur le Plan Rgional Scout 2010-2013 Soutenir la croissance dans ce temps de changement Chers amis, chres amies, Suite la runion du Comit Europen du Scoutisme, qui a eu lieu Gilwell Park, Londres, du 23 au 25 mars 2012, jai le plaisir de vous remettre la dernire mise jour du Plan Rgional Scout qui reflte les progrs raliss. Vous trouvez galement ci-jointe les derniers rapports des Groupes de travail et des Groupes centraux. Jespre que vous trouvez ces informations intressantes. Au cas o vous auriez des questions relatives ces informations, nhsitez pas contacter votre personne de contact au sein du Comit Rgional ou un membre du Bureau Rgional. Avec mes meilleures voeux,

David McKee Directeur Rgional Annexes : Plan Rgional Scout 2010-2013 Mise jour mars 2012 Rapports des Groupes de travail et des Groupes centraux

Regional Scout Committee, European Region Comit Scout Rgional, Rgion Europenne World Scout Bureau European Regional Office Rue Henri-Christin 5 P.O. Box 327 1211 Geneva 4 Plainpalais SWITZERLAND Phone (+41 22) 705 11 00 Fax (+41 22) 705 11 09 europe@scout.org scout.org/Europe | euroscoutinfo.com

To:

International Commissioners and Principal Contacts of NSOs and NSAs of the European Scout Region Subscribers of europak-online.net

Date 5 April 2012

Circular 5/2012

Reporting on the Regional Scout Plan 2010-2013 Supporting Growth in Changing Times Dear friends Following the Regional Scout Committee meeting held in Gilwell Park, London, 23-25 March 2012, I am pleased to send you the updated Regional Scout Plan showing the progress made. Also included in this mailing are the updated reports from the Working Groups and Core Groups. I trust you will find the information of interest. Should you have any questions relating to the information, please do not hesitate to contact members of the Regional Committee or Regional staff. Best wishes. Yours sincerely

David McKee Regional Director Enc: Regional Scout Plan 2010-2013 - RAG Status Report Reports from the Working Groups and Core Groups

Rgion Europenne du Scoutisme

Plan Rgional Scout 2010-2013


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Supporting Growth in Changing Times

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Codes de Couleur
G Actions accomplies - ralisation des indicateurs cls de performance (ICP) par le biais de cette action Actions en cours, y compris la rflection, la planification et le lancement Aucune action entreprise

Actions prvues

Un N dans le centre d'une case indique une nouvelle action ou activit qui ne figure pas dans le plan initial

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OS 1
O 1.1

Volontariat

Coordinateur : PT, ESC: CL, WSB-ERO: MM, NP

Crer plus dopportunits pour les adultes souhaitant rejoindre le Scoutisme en tant que bnvoles IPC 20 OSN/ASN crent plus dopportunits pour les adultes et les volontaires 2010-2011 T1 T2 T3 A T4 A T1 A A 2011-2012 T2 A A T3 T4 T1 2012-2013 T2 T3 T4

A A

1.1.1 1.1.2

Lancer un change de pratiques dexcellence entre les OSN/ASN sur le recrutement des volontaires adultes ayant peu ou aucune exprience acquise dans le Scoutisme Etablir un contact avec les entreprises le Rseau europen de Responsabilit Sociale (European Corporate Social Responsibility-CSR) et les rseaux daffaires afin de promouvoir la valeur du volontariat dans le Scoutisme Encourager les OSN/ASN revoir les descriptions de rles des volontaires adultes au sein du Scoutisme afin de sassurer que le langage utilis soit intelligible pour les volontaires potentiels Encourager les OSN/ASN assurer que la formation entreprise par un volontaire adulte au sein du Scoutisme soit rpute lextrieur du Scoutisme

1.1.3

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1.1.4

1.2

Stimuler le dveloppement dune lgislation qui soit favorable au volontariat en gnral et au Scoutisme en particulier IPC 10 OSN/ASN dveloppent une approche stratgique visant influencer la lgislation 2010-2011 T1 T2 T3 A A A A A A T4 A A A A T1 A A A A 2011-2012 T2 A A A A T3 T4 T1 2012-2013 T2 T3 T4

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1.2.1 1.2.2 1.2.3 1.2.4

Lancer un change dinformations sur la lgislation qui a eu une incidence, positive ou ngative, sur le volontariat et sur les activits du Scoutisme en particulier Amliorer les conditions juridiques et financires pour le volontariat grce lAlliance pour lAnne Europenne du Volontariat Amliorer le contact avec les Membres du Parlement europen et de la Commission europenne, en vue de promouvoir le Scoutisme comme acteur cl du volontariat Revoir les matriels existants et encourager les OSN/ASN renforcer leur manire de promouvoir et dencourager le volontariat lintrieur et lextrieur du Scoutisme

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O 1.3 Contribuer 2011 Anne Europenne du Volontariat IPC A A 1.3.1 1.3.2 30 OSN/ASN simpliquent dans lAnne Europenne du Volontariat 2010-2011 T1 G T2 G A T3 G A T4 A A T1 A A 2011-2012 T2 A T3 T4 T1 2012-2013 T2 T3 T4

Runir et promouvoir les renseignements pratiques concernant 2011 Anne Europenne pour le Volontariat par le biais dune bote outils en ligne Inciter les OSN/ASN collaborer avec les structures nationales de coordination dans la planification et lexcution de campagnes et de clbrations, et travailler en rseaux avec dautres Apporter sa contribution en tant que Membre actif de lAlliance pour lAnne Europenne du Volontariat et promouvoir le travail de lAlliance auprs des OSN/ASN Renforcer les liens avec les autres Membres de lAlliance pour lAnne Europenne du Volontariat et offrir son assistance en vue de protger l'hritage de lAnne Europenne du Volontariat

1.3.3

1.3.4

1.4

Recruter, accueillir et retenir des volontaires adultes grce une gestion efficace du capital humain IPC 30 OSN/ASN participent des sessions portant sur la gestion de volontaires 2010-2011 T1 T2 T3 G T4 A T1 A 2011-2012 T2 A T3 T4 T1 2012-2013 T2 T3 T4

1.4.1

Promouvoir les thories et les pratiques lies la gestion des volontaires adules dans le Scoutisme travers les formations et les vnements Lancer un change dinformations et de connaissances relatives la gestion des volontaires adultes dans le Scoutisme par le biais de la Bibliothque scoute et dautres plates-formes Encourager les OSN/ASN identifier les actions requises au niveau local pour retenir de manire durable les volontaires adultes au sein du Scoutisme Identifier les outils et les approches que les OSN/ASN pourraient utiliser en vue de garantir la diversit dans le recrutement de volontaires adultes au niveau local dans le Scoutisme A

1.4.2

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1.4.3 1.4.4

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O 1.5 Mettre laccent sur les avantages du dveloppement personnel et le besoin de la reconnaissance de soi IPC A 1.5.1 15 OSN/ASN utilisent et promeuvent les outils de reconnaissance de soi 2010-2011 T1 T2 T3 A T4 A T1 A 2011-2012 T2 A T3 T4 T1 2012-2013 T2 T3 T4

A A A

1.5.2 1.5.3 1.5.4

Fournir un soutien et des ressources pour aider les OSN/ASN faire la dmonstration de la valeur personnelle du volontariat dans le Scoutisme et son impact sur la socit Soutenir le dveloppement personnel des volontaires adultes ainsi que lvaluation personnelle et la reconnaissance personnelle des comptences acquises grce au Scoutisme Stimuler la mise en uvre de mesures dauto-valuation et de reconnaissance de soi lors des vnements mondiaux, rgionaux et nationaux Encourager les OSN/ASN comprendre le concept de lApprentissage tout au long de la vie et le prendre en considration lors de llaboration des systmes de formation destins aux volontaires adultes dans le Scoutisme G

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1.6

Promouvoir la reconnaissance de la valeur du volontariat dans le Scoutisme, tant en interne quen externe IPC 20 OSN/ASN bnficient des changes dinformations et de projets 2010-2011 T1 T2 T3 A T4 A T1 A 2011-2012 T2 T3 T4 T1 2012-2013 T2 T3 T4

1.6.1

Lancer un change des pratiques dexcellence dans le cadre de la reconnaissance interne et externe, suivant lenqute mene en rapport avec lvnement Volontariat dans les ONG nationales Partager les rsultats et continuer lchange des pratiques dexcellence dans le cadre de la reconnaissance externe et interne du volontariat par le biais de platesformes en ligne Suivre le dveloppement du projet continu sur la Reconnaissance de lApprentissage dans le Scoutisme et partager les rsultats avec les OSN/ASN A

A A

1.6.2 1.6.3

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OS 2
O 2.1

Croissance travers la Qualit

Coordinateur : HSG, ESC: AD, WSB-ERO: JB, RSc

Dvelopper des projets afin didentifier et traiter les facteurs de qualit qui affectent la croissance des effectifs IPC 50 OSN/ASN utilisent les outils et les services associs la Croissance travers la Qualit 2010-2011 T1 T2 T3 A T4 A T1 A 2011-2012 T2 A T3 T4 T1 2012-2013 T2 T3 T4

2.1.1

2.1.2

Identifier les critres de qualit ou le cadre de travail utiliss par les OSN/ASN dEurope et du monde entier galement, et partager les informations recueillies avec les OSN/ASN Promouvoir lutilisation de la bote outils Action pour la Croissance, ainsi que dautres outils axs sur la garantie de la qualit, directement auprs des OSN/ASN mais galement par le biais des sminaires et des vnements Inciter les OSN/ASN identifier des mthodes appropries pour communiquer le besoin de croissance des effectifs et dterminer comment prsenter ceci au public Participer activement dans les projets et activits de recherche lancs lchelon mondial et portant sur la croissance des effectifs

A A

2.1.3 2.1.4

2.2

Explorer le potentiel de standards minimums pour apporter la qualit dans les systmes de formation des adultes 15 OSN/ASN sont impliques et sengagent utiliser les standards et les nouvelles technologies 2010-2011 T1 T2 T3 A A T4 A A T1 A A 2011-2012 T2 A A T3 T4 T1 2012-2013 T2 T3 T4

IPC A A A A 2.2.1 2.2.2 2.2.3 2.2.4

Travailler avec les OSN/ASN intresses afin dtablir des standards de qualit du volontariat dans la formation des volontaires adultes Encourager et soutenir les OSN/ASN intresses rviser et renouveler les systmes de formation adultes Travailler avec les OSN/ASN slectionnes afin de comparer loffre de formation pour les volontaires adultes dans le Scoutisme et publier un rapport exposant les conclusions et les recommandations Soutenir les OSN/ASN introduire de nouvelles technologies et techniques visant soutenir la garantie de la qualit de la formation des volontaires adultes

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O 2.3 Encourager la rvision et le renouvellement du programme des jeunes dans le but damliorer la qualit et lefficacit IPC A A A 2.3.1 2.3.2 2.3.3 15 OSN/ASN contrlent la qualit de leur programme des jeunes 2010-2011 T1 T2 T3 T4 A T1 A 2011-2012 T2 A T3 T4 T1 2012-2013 T2 T3 T4

Explorer les cadres de rfrence de la qualit existants et leurs applications potentielles afin dassurer la qualit dans la conception et la mise en uvre du programme des jeunes Dvelopper un cadre de rfrence de la qualit adaptable afin dassurer la qualit dans la conception et la mise en uvre du programme des jeunes Encourager les OSN/ASN procder une valuation rgulire et veiller assurer la qualit du programme des jeunes propos au niveau local et travailler en se basant sur les commentaires qui ont t recueillis Encourager les OSN/ASN identifier les aspects les plus problmatiques lis loffre du programme des jeunes et apporter un soutien afin dassurer lefficacit lors de son excution Runir des exemples illustrant la manire dont les OSN/ASN apportent une certaine souplesse dans lexcution du programme des jeunes et encourager dautres OSN/ASN voir les bnfices rsultant de cette flexibilit oprationnelle Discuter avec les OSN/ASN pour dterminer comment faire en sorte que les programmes des jeunes abordent les questions actuelles qui concernent les jeunes, ou comment ragir face aux vnements qui se produisent autour deux Lancer une discussion avec les OSN/ASN sur la manire dutiliser le programme des jeunes comme vecteur de recrutement des pairs G

2.3.4

2.3.5

2.3.6

2.3.7

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O 2.5 Amliorer les processus de transition et le taux de maintien des effectifs entre les diffrentes sections dge IPC A 2.5.1 10 OSN/ASN amliorent les processus de transition entre les sections dge 2010-2011 T1 T2 A T3 A T4 A T1 A 2011-2012 T2 T3 T4 T1 2012-2013 T2 T3 T4

2.5.2

2.5.3

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2.5.4 2.6

Examiner les donnes fournies par les OSN/ASN et identifier les opportunits pour mieux maintenir les effectifs lors du passage des jeunes dune section dge une autre Soutenir les OSN/ASN dans la mise en uvre dune formation visant aider les dirigeants locaux mieux maintenir les jeunes qui passent dune section dge une autre Inciter les OSN/ASN entreprendre une enqute auprs des jeunes ayant quitt le Scoutisme afin de comprendre la raison de leur dpart et utiliser ces conclusions pour les dveloppements futurs Etudier les processus de transition et les taux de maintien des effectifs dans les organisations concurrentes et partenaires tout comme dans les autres Rgions et faire des recommandations Rduire le nombre de jeunes en attente de rejoindre le Scoutisme IPC 10 OSN/ASN travaillent de manire stratgique afin de rduire le nombre de jeunes en attente

2010-2011 T1 T2 G T3 G T4 T1

2011-2012 T2 T3 T4 T1

2012-2013 T2 T3 T4

2.6.1

Identifier de manire plus prcise, avec les OSN/ASN, le nombre de jeunes qui attendent de rejoindre le Scoutisme et partager les informations recueillies sur la situation Lancer un partage de connaissances entre les OSN/ASN sur la gestion des demandes mises par les jeunes et par les volontaires adultes potentiels pour rejoindre le Scoutisme Encourager les OSN/ASN identifier et utiliser des mthodes innovantes de recrutement afin dassurer lengagement de volontaires adultes adquats pour proposer le Scoutisme au niveau local Aider les OSN/ASN dvelopper des stratgies de communications qui traitent de manire proactive et constructive la question du recrutement de volontaires adultes

2.6.2

2.6.3

2.6.4

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OS 3
O 3.1

Intgrer le changement

Coordinateur : TB, ESC: CH, WSB-ERO: OD, MA

Encourager le suivi en matire de composition et de comparaison des effectifs au regard des donnes de la population IPC 30 OSN/ASN sont dotes de systmes fonctionnels de gestion des effectifs 2010-2011 T1 T2 T3 T4 T1 A A 2011-2012 T2 A A T3 T4 T1 2012-2013 T2 T3 T4

A A A

3.1.1 3.1.2 3.1.3

Soutenir les OSN/ASN pour collecter et analyser les donnes dynamiques relatives aux effectifs afin de contribuer au dveloppement stratgique Soutenir les OSN/ASN pour tablir et amliorer la qualit de la saisie des donnes relatives aux effectifs et ladministration des systmes de gestion des effectifs Rassembler les donnes dynamiques des OSN/ASN et fournir une analyse europenne sur lvolution des effectifs, les tendances mergentes et les prvisions Assister les OSN/ASN dans leurs efforts entrepris pour dvelopper le Scoutisme dans certaines zones du pays, o la prsence et limpact du Scoutisme taient auparavant trs faibles A

3.1.4

3.2

Dvelopper des approches visant inclure des jeunes et des volontaires adultes issus de milieux diffrents IPC 15 OSN/ASN se documentent et partagent leurs approches T1 2010-2011 T2 T3 A T4 A T1 A 2011-2012 T2 A T3 T4 T1 2012-2013 T2 T3 T4

3.2.1

Contrler les donnes europennes relatives aux tendances gnrales concernant les jeunes et les adultes issus de milieux diffrents et rsumer les conclusions obtenues par les OSN/ASN Soutenir les OSN/ASN dans le processus visant identifier et rpondre aux changements et aux tendances de la socit qui ont une incidence positive sur le dveloppement du Scoutisme Soutenir les OSN/ASN afin dutiliser les outils existants sur la planification stratgique, le dveloppement organisationnel et les relations externes, en vue de les adapter aux changements de la socit A

3.2.2

3.2.4

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O 3.3 Explorer limpact et le potentiel des technologies de communication dans le Scoutisme IPC A 3.3.1 25 OSN/ASN examinent la question et changent leurs pratiques dexcellence 2010-2011 T1 T2 T3 A T4 A T1 A 2011-2012 T2 A T3 T4 T1 2012-2013 T2 T3 T4

A A A

3.3.2 3.3.3 3.3.4

Etant donn lessor des technologies de communication, identifier comment les OSN/ASN les utilisent en vue de devenir plus apprenantes, plus flexibles et plus rceptives Identifier comment les OSN/ASN utilisent les technologies de communication de manire stratgique pour communiquer et engager des discussions directes avec les jeunes et les volontaires adultes Lancer une discussion entre les OSN/ASN sur lutilisation des technologies de communication des fins de gestion, de relations client et de prises de dcisions Soutenir les OSN/ASN qui sollicitent des conseils et une ligne de conduite pour identifier des solutions qui correspondent leurs besoins en matire de technologies de communication Encourager lacquisition, la consolidation et la protection de ressources adquates IPC 30 OSN/ASN prennent des mesures pour acqurir, consolider et protger

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3.4

2010-2011 T1 T2 A A A T3 A A A T4 A A A T1 A A A

2011-2012 T2 A A A T3 T4 T1

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A A A

3.4.1 3.4.2 3.4.3

Encourager les OSN/ASN revoir leurs besoins en ressources stratgiques et prendre des mesures pour acqurir, consolider et protger leurs ressources Encourager les OSN/ASN attnuer le dveloppement des associations scoutes non reconnues en explorant les opportunits de collaboration et de consolidation Encourager les OSN/ASN rsoudre les questions juridiques et financires en suspens, susceptibles de constituer une menace pour la mise en uvre de la stratgie et pour le Scoutisme

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O 3.5 Promouvoir le dveloppement et la mise en uvre de politiques dgalit et de diversit IPC A A A A 3.5.1 3.5.2 3.5.3 3.5.4 20 OSN/ASN revoient, dveloppent ou mettent en uvre des politiques 2010-2011 T1 T2 T3 A A T4 A A T1 A A A 2011-2012 T2 A A A T3 T4 T1 2012-2013 T2 T3 T4

Soutenir les OSN/ASN revoir, dvelopper et mettre en uvre leurs politiques dgalit et de diversit Lancer un change des pratiques dexcellence sur la faon dintgrer lgalit et la diversit dans les oprations quotidiennes des OSN/ASN Identifier les barrires qui entravent la rvision, le dveloppement et la mise en uvre des politiques dgalit et de diversit et fournir des conseils aux OSN/ASN Assister les OSN/ASN dans leurs efforts visant garder un quilibre dans la composition de leurs effectifs et maintenir une cohsion en souvrant des groupes sous-reprsents

3.6

Identifier les approches visant rpondre de manire continue au dfi du changement IPC 15 OSN/ASN sengagent dans le dialogue et laction sur le changement continu 2010-2011 T1 T2 T3 T4 T1 A A 2011-2012 T2 A A T3 T4 T1 2012-2013 T2 T3 T4

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3.6.1 3.6.2

Lancer un change dides parmi les OSN/ASN sur un processus dadaptation continuelle par rapport au changement sans sacrifier ni la performance ni limpact Encourager les OSN/ASN recourir au point de vue stratgique de leurs propres groupes de jeunes et de volontaires adultes tout comme des organisations concurrentes et partenaires Fournir une formation pour les OSN/ASN qui cherchent travailler avec le changement ou le grer lors de circonstances difficiles, notamment en cas de ressources financires ou professionnelles humaines limites Demander aux OSN/ASN de partager des exemples de bons procds et mthodes qui dirigent les changements continus positifs dans leur dveloppement stratgique A A

3.6.3

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OS 4
O 4.1

Autonomisation des jeunes

Coordinateur : PDS, ESC: PV, WSB-ERO: RS, NP

Offrir des comptences de formation, en sappuyant sur le tutorat et le mentorat, afin daccentuer lautonomisation des jeunes IPC 10 OSN/ASN introduisent le tutorat et/ou le mentorat 2010-2011 T1 T2 T3 T4 G T1 G 2011-2012 T2 G T3 T4 T1 2012-2013 T2 T3 T4

4.1.1

Dfinir la valeur pdagogique/de gestion et promouvoir la thorie et la pratique du tutorat et du mentorat comme dmarche constructive pour dvelopper le dialogue intergnrationnel Lancer un change de pratiques dexcellence entre les OSN/ASN sur le tutorat, y compris le tutorat des pairs, et le mentorat comme mthodes de soutien pour les jeunes Concevoir et fournir une ressource dapprentissage en ligne pour les jeunes qui sont impliqus au niveau institutionnel dans les OSN/ASN, incluant des conseils indiquant comment exercer un impact Encourager les OSN/ASN changer des informations sur leur faon de garantir un soutien aux jeunes qui souhaitent endosser des rles de premier plan dans la gestion de volontaires G

4.1.2

4.1.3

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4.1.4 4.2

Renforcer et soutenir les jeunes afin quils participent aux processus dcisionnels portant sur des questions qui les concernent IPC 15 OSN/ASN prennent des mesures pour mettre en uvre ou amliorer lautonomisation des jeunes 2010-2011 T1 T2 T3 T4 T1 2011-2012 T2 T3 T4 T1 2012-2013 T2 T3 T4

4.2.1

4.2.2

Promouvoir les outils et les ressources sur lautonomisation des jeunes auprs des OSN/ASN et solliciter des ractions et des commentaires quant leur pertinence et leur utilit Soutenir les OSN/ASN dans la conception et lorganisation dvnements par et pour les jeunes, en partageant les meilleures pratiques et en publiant des matriels de soutien Renforcer limportance de la Mthode Scoute, en particulier LApprentissage par lAction et le Systme de Patrouille, en proposant lautonomisation des jeunes dans toutes les sections dge Encourager les OSN/ASN dfinir lducation aux aptitudes ncessaires la vie quotidienne dans le programme des jeunes pour la dernire section dge et mettre laccent sur leur importance en rapport avec leur utilit

4.2.3

4.2.4

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O 4.3 Assurer lexistence de mesures favorisant lautonomisation des jeunes dans toutes les sections dges IPC A 4.3.1 15 OSN/ASN examinent leur programme des jeunes et partagent les rsultats 2010-2011 T1 T2 T3 T4 T1 2011-2012 T2 T3 T4 T1 2012-2013 T2 T3 T4

Encourager les OSN/ASN valuer leur approche dautonomisation des jeunes par le biais du programme des jeunes en examinant les niveaux de participation Lancer un change des pratiques dexcellence sur la faon dont les ractions et des commentaires mis par les jeunes, lintrieur et lextrieur du Scoutisme, sont utiliss pour influencer llaboration programme des jeunes Fournir un soutien aux OSN/ASN qui cherchent responsabiliser leurs membres jeunes afin quils simpliquent dans les processus dcisionnels lextrieur du Scoutisme, aux niveaux local, rgional et national A A

4.3.2

4.3.3

4.4

Fournir une formation aux jeunes et aux volontaires adultes sur lautonomisation des jeunes et le dialogue intergnrationnel IPC 10 OSN/ASN participent des ateliers et stimulent lintrt 2010-2011 T1 T2 T3 T4 A T1 A 2011-2012 T2 A G T3 T4 T1 2012-2013 T2 T3 T4

A A A

4.4.1 4.4.2 4.4.3

Fournir un soutien aux OSN/ASN qui cherchent introduire des questions relatives lautonomisation des jeunes et au dialogue intergnrationnel dans la vie de leurs associations Encourager les OSN/ASN promouvoir et dfendre lautonomisation des jeunes et le dialogue intergnrationnel tous les niveaux Lancer un change des pratiques dexcellence sur la manire de mettre en uvre, de manire efficace, la planification de la relve et le transfert des savoirs pour les volontaires adultes

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O 4.5 Encourager et promouvoir la participation et lengagement part entire des jeunes dans les vnements et instances constitutionnels IPC A 4.5.1 50% des participants aux vnements constitutionnels ont moins de 35 ans 2010-2011 T1 T2 T3 T4 T1 A 2011-2012 T2 A T3 T4 T1 2012-2013 T2 T3 T4

Lancer un change des pratiques dexcellence sur la manire dont les OSN/ASN impliquent les jeunes dans leurs vnements et organes constitutionnels Identifier le rle des jeunes dans la prparation, la gestion et le leadership des contingents et des dlgations auprs des vnements internationaux et des confrences Encourager les OSN/ASN soutenir la participation des jeunes dans les vnements rgionaux et mondiaux en veillant leur apporter la prparation, la motivation et les ressources appropris Fournir un soutien aux OSN/ASN qui cherchent adapter leurs vnements constitutionnels, tous les niveaux, pour impliquer les jeunes part entire A A A A A A

4.5.2

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4.5.3 4.5.4

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4.6

Dvelopper des stratgies de communication invitant les jeunes participer en tant quimage publique du Scoutisme IPC 10 OSN/ASN renforcent les jeunes en tant quimage publique 2010-2011 T1 T2 T3 T4 T1 A A A G 2011-2012 T2 T3 T4 T1 2012-2013 T2 T3 T4

A A

4.6.1 4.6.2

Continuer dencourager les OSN/ASN dvelopper des activits de formation pour les jeunes porte-parole et les impliquer dans la gestion mdiatique Encourager les OSN/ASN inciter les jeunes sexprimer dans les mdias sur des questions qui concernent les jeunes dans leur globalit et dans le Scoutisme en particulier Faire en sorte que les jeunes participent la conception et la mise en uvre des activits du programme qui sont susceptibles dobtenir un engagement positif de la part des mdias Soutenir le dveloppement dactivits entre pairs indiquant aux jeunes comment faire face aux strotypes ngatifs et inappropris du Scoutisme

A A

4.6.3 4.6.4

A A G

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OS 5
O 5.1

Partenariats avec les autres Rgions

Coordinateur : SB, ESC: HS, WSB-ERO: AM, NP

Dvelopper de nouveaux domaines dintrt pour les partenariats entre lEurope et les autres Rgions IPC 15 OSN/ASN en Europe dveloppent de nouveaux partenariats 2010-2011 T1 T2 T3 G T4 G T1 A 2011-2012 T2 T3 T4 T1 2012-2013 T2 T3 T4

5.1.1

A A A O

5.1.2 5.1.3 5.1.4 5.2

Encourager les OSN/ASN donner un nouvel lan aux runions Euro-Arabe et Europe-Eurasie et tablir des thmes prioritaires pertinents par rapport aux besoins des OSN/ASN Encourager les OSN/ASN participer aux vnements qui sont organiss dans les autres Rgions et promouvoir les vnements europens et nationaux dans les OSN de ces autres Rgions En partenariat, consolider la coopration entre les reprsentants scouts dEuropeEurasie dans les organisations et les institutions pertinentes Dresser la carte des partenariats existants entre lEurope et lAfrique, lancer un exercice similaire avec lEurasie et communiquer celui-ci aux OSN/ASN Etablir des projets communs pour soutenir les priorits lchelon mondial IPC 20 OSN/ASN sengagent dans des projets communs ou initiatives communes A

A G A

A A A

A A A

A A

2010-2011 T1 T2 T3 T4 T1

2011-2012 T2 T3 T4 T1

2012-2013 T2 T3 T4

A A A

5.2.1 5.2.2 5.2.3

Encourager les OSN/ASN promouvoir les programmes de volontariat existants entre lEurope et lAfrique auprs des dernires sections dge et des volontaires adultes Continuer de dvelopper le Projet Europe-Afrique Unguvu et communiquer limpact que le projet a sur les OSN/ASN europennes Encourager les OSN/ASN contribuer lexistence du Rseau Nord-Sud et lutiliser pour dvelopper des ides, travailler en rseau et changer des informations Stimuler les OSN/ASN pour promouvoir les opportunits dchange entre les jeunes issus des Rgions Europe, Eurasie et Arabe du Scoutisme, dans le but denrichir le programme des jeunes G G G G G G A A A

5.2.4

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O 5.3 Rechercher et offrir laccs des opportunits de financement externe afin dencourager la coopration et les partenariats IPC A 5.3.1 5 OSN/ASN bnficient des financements externes pour soutenir les partenariats 2010-2011 T1 T2 T3 A T4 A T1 A 2011-2012 T2 A T3 T4 T1 2012-2013 T2 T3 T4

Partager les informations avec les OSN/ASN sur les opportunits de financement externe en vue dencourager le dveloppement de projets et dchanges bilatraux et multilatraux Soutenir les OSN/ASN dans leurs processus de demandes de fonds auprs des instances de financement et, en cas de succs, apporter des conseils et des directives concernant la rdaction des rapports Lancer un change des pratiques dexcellence entre les OSN/ASN relatives aux procdures de demandes de financement externe pour encourager la coopration et les partenariats

5.3.2

5.3.3

5.4

Inviter la Citoyennet europenne, aux questions mondiales, la solidarit et au soutien IPC 5 OSN/ASN offrent une solidarit nouvelle et leur soutien dans les autres Rgions 2010-2011 T1 T2 T3 R T4 R T1 R 2011-2012 T2 T3 T4 T1 2012-2013 T2 T3 T4

5.4.1

Encourager les OSN/ASN tendre la dimension internationale de leurs programmes de jeunesse en y incorporant une Citoyennet europenne et en regardant en dehors de lEurope Promouvoir les ressources existantes sur la mondialisation, la dmocratie, la migration, lenvironnement et le conflit et encourager les OSN/ASN les utiliser ou les adapter Augmenter la visibilit entre les OSN/ASN europennes sur les priorits du Scoutisme des autres Rgions et sur la manire dont les OSN/ASN europennes peuvent sengager Identifier des opportunits permettant aux OSN/ASN europennes dapporter leur solidarit et leur soutien technique au Scoutisme des autres Rgions A

5.4.2

A A

5.4.3 5.4.4

A A

A A

A A

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OS 6
O 6.1

Mthodes ducatives

Coordinateur : TP, ESC: PV, CL, WSB-ERO: RS, MM

Offrir des opportunits de rseaux aux responsables qui travaillent sur des questions similaires au niveau national IPC 50 OSN/ASN bnficient du travail en rseaux et dautres opportunits 2010-2011 T1 T2 T3 T4 T1 2011-2012 T2 G G G G G G G G G G G G T3 T4 T1 2012-2013 T2 T3 T4

A A A A

6.1.1 6.1.2 6.1.3 6.1.4

Concevoir, offrir et valuer un Forum des Mthodes ducatives pour les personnes qui travaillent au sein des OSN/ASN dans le domaine des Mthodes ducatives Organiser et faciliter les opportunits de rseaux pour les personnes exerant des rles similaires dans les OSN/ASN au niveau national Soutenir des projets intra-rgionaux dans le domaine des Mthodes ducatives, lancs par les OSN/ASN partageant les mmes besoins Encourager les OSN/ASN rechercher des opportunits de rseaux en dehors du Scoutisme, y compris auprs des ONG, des socits, des institutions acadmiques et scientifiques

6.2

Promouvoir les matriels et outils existants afin de soutenir le programme des jeunes et le dveloppement des ressources adultes IPC 20 OSN/ASN utilisent activement les matriels et outils existants 2010-2011 T1 T2 G T3 G A A T4 G A A A A T1 2011-2012 T2 T3 T4 T1 2012-2013 T2 T3 T4

A A A

6.2.1 6.2.2 6.2.3

Dresser la carte des matriels et outils existants par rapport aux besoins et forces des OSN/ASN, identifier les lacunes et viser leur promotion Actualiser les matriels et outils existants, ou combler les lacunes, en sappuyant sur les commentaires reus des OSN/ASN ou sur lanalyse ralise par des experts Traduire les outils et matriels utiles dans dautres langues, et les partager, afin de soutenir leur utilisation dans des milieux o la comprhension de langlais ou du franais est limite Suivre le dveloppement des matriels et des outils qui ont t produits par les OSN/ASN, les autres Rgions et les organisations externes, et tre dispos les promouvoir le cas chant

6.2.4

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O 6.3 Promouvoir et soutenir le recours lapprentissage en ligne et dautres technologies IPC A 6.3.1 10 OSN/ASN explorent et recourent lapprentissage en ligne et dautres technologies 2010-2011 T1 T2 T3 A T4 A T1 A 2011-2012 T2 A T3 T4 T1 2012-2013 T2 T3 T4

Utiliser les plates-formes dapprentissage en ligne et autres solutions technologiques au niveau europen afin de prsenter le potentiel qui peut tre utilis dans le cadre de la formation des volontaires adultes Identifier les approches utilises par les OSN/ASN dans le cadre de lapprentissage en ligne et limpact quelles ont sur les niveaux de participation dans la formation des volontaires adultes Rassembler et illustrer comment les OSN/ASN utilisent divers outils et technologies pour les aider offrir un programme de jeunesse et pour soutenir les volontaires adultes

6.3.2

6.3.3

6.4

Soutenir les initiatives qui amliorer le programme des jeunes en apportant une dimension internationale/europenne IPC 3 400 jeunes issus dOSN/ASN sont engags dans des projets 2010-2011 T1 G T2 G A T3 G A T4 G A T1 G A 2011-2012 T2 G A T3 T4 T1 2012-2013 T2 T3 T4

A A

6.4.1 6.4.2

Dvelopper et promouvoir le Programme de Volontariat Scout en Europe, la structure de Terres dAventure et le plan des Scouts du monde Soutenir les OSN/ASN qui cherchent revoir et actualiser la dimension internationale de leurs programmes de jeunesse

6.5

Revoir lutilisation du programme des jeunes de lOMMS et des polices relatives aux ressources adultes et conseiller certains ajustements IPC 5 OSN/ASN partagent leurs points de vue sur les politiques 2010-2011 T1 T2 T3 T4 T1 2011-2012 T2 T3 T4 T1 2012-2013 T2 T3 T4

6.5.1

Travailler avec les OSN/ASN afin de rflchir lutilit du programme de jeunesse de lOMMS et des politiques relatives aux ressources adultes et faire des recommandations

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OS 7
O 7.1

Dveloppement organisationnel

Coordinateur : MDB, ESC: AD, CT, WSB-ERO: OD, JB

Dvelopper et partager un modle adaptable pour un dveloppement organisationnel efficace au sein du Scoutisme IPC 30 OSN/ASN adoptent le modle et participent des ateliers 2010-2011 T1 T2 T3 A T4 A T1 A A A 2011-2012 T2 A A A T3 T4 T1 2012-2013 T2 T3 T4

A A A

7.1.1 7.1.2 7.1.3

Dfinir et dvelopper le modle, le communiquer aux OSN/ASN et le rviser en sappuyant sur les commentaires et les rsultats obtenus lissue des ateliers Dvelopper, offrir et valuer les ateliers de dveloppement organisationnel Partager en ligne la dfinition du modle, les exemples de pratiques dexcellence, les conclusions des ateliers et autres matriels pertinents

7.2

Revoir les matriels disponibles en rapport avec le dveloppement organisationnel et recommander un sous-ensemble utiliser dans le Scoutisme IPC 10 OSN/ASN utilisent/partagent les ressources de dveloppement organisationnel 2010-2011 T1 T2 A T3 A T4 A T1 2011-2012 T2 T3 T4 T1 2012-2013 T2 T3 T4

7.2.1

Lancer un appel aux OSN/ASN qui auraient dvelopp leurs propres matriels spcifiques sur le dveloppement organisationnel en vue de les diffuser largement Revoir les matriels existants, identifier les lacunes et essayer de les combler dans le cadre dinitiatives spcifiques de soutien sur mesure ou lors dvnements sousrgionaux

7.2.2

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O 7.3 Contrler et rviser les mcanismes utiliss dans le cadre de loffre de soutien en vue de garantir lefficience et lefficacit IPC A 7.3.1 30 OSN/ASN font part de leurs impressions sur lefficacit du soutien 2010-2011 T1 T2 T3 A T4 A T1 A 2011-2012 T2 A T3 T4 T1 2012-2013 T2 T3 T4

7.3.2

Passer en revue toutes les demandes de soutien passes et actuelles, examiner ce qui a provoqu la demande de soutien, comment celle-ci a t traite et quel a t effet sur les OSN/ASN Travailler avec le Comit Europen du Scoutisme afin didentifier les faons dintensifier lengagement des OSN/ASN offrir leur soutien/collaboration dautres OSN/ASN

7.4

Soutenir le dveloppement de la vision et de la stratgie, la conception de lorganisation, la gestion et les relations IPC 15 OSN/ASN ont accs un soutien favorisant le dveloppement organisationnel 2010-2011 T1 T2 A T3 A T4 A T1 A 2011-2012 T2 A T3 T4 T1 2012-2013 T2 T3 T4

7.4.1

Soutenir les OSN/ASN pour dvelopper la vision et la stratgie, la conception organisationnelle et la gestion du changement Soutenir les OSN/ASN pour comprendre les processus qui sont engags dans le dveloppement et la gestion des programmes de travail, des projets et des tches Soutenir les OSN/ASN en matire de planification financire et de gestion financire

7.4.2

7.4.3

7.4.4

Soutenir les OSN/ASN pour des questions relatives la gestion, au soutien et aux relations de travail avec les membres du personnel professionnel

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OS 8
O 8.1

Relations externes et Financement

Coordinateur : OB, ESC: CH, HS, WSB-ERO: AM, NP

Fournir des conseils et offrir un soutien dans les domaines des Relations externes et du Financement IPC 30 OSN/ASN utilisent les opportunits de rseaux 2010-2011 T1 A T2 A T3 A T4 A A A A A A A A T1 A 2011-2012 T2 A A A A T3 T4 T1 2012-2013 T2 T3 T4

A A A AC

8.1.1 8.1.2 8.1.3 8.1.4

Encourager les OSN/ASN participer la cration et au dveloppement des Conseils Nationaux de Jeunesse Garantir le travail en rseau entre les OSN/ASN dans les domaines des Relations externes et du Financement, incluant un soutien pour les runions de rseaux Renforcer le rseau existant de Scouts dans des fonctions pertinentes et veiller contrler les questions et les tendances pouvant concerner les OSN/ASN Agir en tant quintermdiaire pour prsenter les sujets de proccupation aux acteurs, notamment la socit civile largie, le gouvernement, les institutions, lducation formelle et le secteur priv

8.2

Maintenir une prsence de lOMMS et entretenir des contacts avec les partenaires externes IPC 10 OSN/ASN participent la discussion et au dveloppement de politiques 2010-2011 T1 G T2 G T3 G A A A T4 A A A A A T1 A 2011-2012 T2 A T3 T4 T1 2012-2013 T2 T3 T4

A A A

8.2.1 8.2.2 8.2.3

Cooprer avec le Parlement europen, la Commission europenne, le Comit conomique et social, sur des sujets pertinents et organiser des runions avec les reprsentants Scouts Encourager et organiser des runions annuelles des organisations de jeunesse des Big 6 en Europe afin de discuter des sujets de proccupation communs Avec la participation des OSN/ASN, rviser et dvelopper des positions politiques sur des questions pertinentes pour les jeunes, notamment lemploi, la mobilit et les droits humains Dvelopper le contact avec les organisations externes dotes du statut consultatif avec lOMMS, comprenant, mais sans sy limiter, AISG et UPMS, et partager les rsultats avec les OSN/ASN

8.2.4

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O 8.3 Promouvoir la valeur du volontariat en gnral, et plus spcifiquement dans le Scoutisme, auprs des partenaires externes IPC A A A 8.3.1 8.3.2 8.3.3 10 OSN/ASN demandent conseil propos des techniques de lobbying 2010-2011 T1 G G T2 G G T3 A A A T4 A A A T1 A A A 2011-2012 T2 A A A T3 T4 T1 2012-2013 T2 T3 T4

Faire pression avec et au nom des OSN/ASN pour obtenir la lgislation ncessaire par le biais des plates-formes, notamment le Chapitre europen sur les droits des volontaires Promouvoir la valeur du volontariat et participer aux consultations sur la promotion et la validation de lapprentissage non-formel et informel Soutenir les OSN/ASN dans leurs efforts visant dvelopper leurs techniques de lobbying et les encourager techniques promouvoir la valeur du volontariat

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Situation Assessment March 2012

Supporting Growth in Changing Times

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Colour Codes
G Actions accomplished - achieving the KPI through this action Actions in progress, including thinking, planning and starting No action taken

Actions foreseen

N in the centre of a box is a new action/activity not in the original plan

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SO 1
OB 1.1

Volunteering
Create more opportunities for adults to volunteer in Scouting KPI 20 NSOs/NSAs create more opportunities for adults to volunteer

Coordinator: PT, ESC: CL, WSB-ERO: MM, NP

2010-2011

2011-2012

2012-2013

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 A A A A A A A A/ N

AC AC AC AC

1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.1.4

Initiate an exchange of best practices amongst NSOs/NSAs on the recruitment of adult volunteers with little or no previous experience of Scouting Establish contact with European Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) organisations and business networks in order to promote the value of volunteering in Scouting Encourage NSOs/NSAs to review role descriptions for adult volunteers in Scouting to ensure that the language used is recognisable by potential volunteers Encourage NSOs/NSAs to ensure that training undertaken as an adult volunteer in Scouting is seen as having value outside of Scouting

OB

1.2

Stimulate the development of legislation that is supportive towards volunteering generally and Scouting in particular KPI 10 NSOs/NSAs develop a strategic approach to influence legislation 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A

AC AC AC AC

1.2.1 1.2.2 1.2.3 1.2.4

Initiate an exchange of information on legislation that affects volunteering, both positively and negatively, and Scouting activities in particular Improve the legal and financial conditions for volunteering through the European Year of Volunteering Alliance Improve contact with Members of the European Parliament and the European Commission, to promote Scouting as a key player in volunteering Review existing materials and encourage NSOs/NSAs to strengthen how they promote and encourage volunteering inside and outside of Scouting

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SO 1
OB 1.3

Volunteering
Contribute to the European Year of Volunteering 2011 KPI 30 NSOs/NSAs engage in the European Year of Volunteering

Coordinator: PT, ESC: CL, WSB-ERO: MM, NP

2010-2011

2011-2012

2012-2013

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 G G A G G G A A A A A A A A A A A

AC AC AC AC

1.3.1 1.3.2 1.3.3 1.3.4

Gather and promote practical information about the European Year of Volunteering 2011 through an online toolkit Encourage NSOs/NSAs to engage with National Coordinating Bodies (NCBs) in the planning and execution of campaigns and celebrations, and to network with others Contribute as an active Member of the European Year of Volunteering Alliance and promote the work of the Alliance to NSOs/NSAs Strengthen links with other Members of the European Year of Volunteering Alliance and assist in securing the legacy of the European Year of Volunteering

OB

1.4

Recruit, welcome and retain adult volunteers through effective management of human capital KPI 30 NSOs/NSAs participate in sessions on volunteer management 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 G A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A

AC AC AC AC

1.4.1 1.4.2 1.4.3 1.4.4

Promote the theories and practices associated with the management of adult volunteers in Scouting through training and events Initiate an exchange of information and knowledge relating to the management of adult volunteers in Scouting through the Scout Library and other platforms Encourage NSOs/NSAs to identify what actions are required at local level to sustainably retain adult volunteers in Scouting Identify tools and approaches that can be used by NSOs/NSAs to ensure diversity in recruitment of adult volunteers in Scouting at local level

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SO 1
OB 1.5

Volunteering

Coordinator: PT, ESC: CL, WSB-ERO: MM, NP

Focus on the benefits of personal development and the need for self-recognition KPI 15 NSOs/NSAs using and promoting self-recognition tools 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 A A A G A A A A A A A A A A A

AC AC AC AC

1.5.1 1.5.2 1.5.3 1.5.4

Provide support and resources to assist NSOs/NSAs in demonstrating the personal value of volunteering in Scouting and the impact it has on society Support the personal development of adult volunteers as well as the self-evaluation and self-recognition of competencies acquired through Scouting Stimulate the implementation of self-evaluation and self-recognition measures at world, regional and national events Encourage NSOs/NSAs to understand the concept of Lifelong Learning and factor this in to the design of training systems for adult volunteers in Scouting

OB

1.6

Promote the recognition of the value of volunteering in Scouting, both internally and externally KPI 20 NSOs/NSAs benefit from information exchanges and projects 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 A A A A A A A A A A A

AC AC AC

1.6.1 1.6.2 1.6.3

Initiate an exchange of best practices in internal and external recognition, following research undertaken in connection with the event Volunteering in Youth NGOs Share results and continue to exchange best practices in internal and external recognition of volunteering through online platforms Follow the development of the on-going project on Recognition of Learning in Scouting and share the results with NSOs/NSAs

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SO 2
OB 2.1

Growth through Quality

Coordinator: HSG, ESC: AD, WSB-ERO: JB, RSc

Develop projects to identify and tackle quality factors affecting membership growth KPI 50 NSOs/NSAs using Growth through Quality tools or services 2010-2011 Q1 2011-2012 2012-2013

Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 A A A A A A A

AC AC AC AC

2.1.1 2.1.2 2.1.3 2.1.4

Identify quality standards or frameworks used by NSOs/NSAs in Europe as well as around the world and share the information with NSOs/NSAs Promote the use of the Action for Growth toolkit as well as other tools focussed on ensuring quality, direct to NSOs/NSAs as well as through seminars and events Encourage NSOs/NSAs to identify appropriate methods for communicating the need for membership growth and how to present this to the public Actively participate in projects and research activities initiated at world level related to membership growth

OB

2.2

Explore the potential of minimum standards in driving quality in adult training systems KPI 15 NSOs/NSAs involved, using standards and new technologies 2010-2011 Q1 2011-2012 2012-2013

Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 A A A A A A A A

AC AC AC AC

2.2.1 2.2.2 2.2.3 2.2.4

Work with interested NSOs/NSAs to establish voluntary quality standards in training for adult volunteers Encourage and support interested NSOs/NSAs in the review and renewal of adult training systems Work with selected NSOs/NSAs to compare training provision for adult volunteers in Scouting and publish a report outlining the conclusions and recommendations Support NSOs/NSAs in introducing new technologies and techniques to assist with ensuring the quality of training for adult volunteers

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SO 2
OB 2.3

Growth through Quality

Coordinator: HSG, ESC: AD, WSB-ERO: JB, RSc

Encourage youth programme review and renewal to improve quality and effectiveness KPI 15 NSOs/NSAs monitor the quality of their youth programme 2010-2011 Q1 2011-2012 2012-2013

Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 A A A

AC AC AC AC AC AC AC

2.3.1 2.3.2 2.3.3 2.3.4 2.3.5 2.3.6 2.3.7

Explore existing quality frameworks and their potential application to ensuring quality in the design and implementation of youth programme Develop an adaptable quality framework to help ensure quality in the design and implementation of youth programme Encourage NSOs/NSAs to regularly evaluate and ensure the quality of youth programme delivery at local level, and work with the feedback Encourage NSOs/NSAs to identify the most challenging aspects of youth programme delivery and provide support to ensure effective delivery Gather examples of how NSOs/NSAs allow for flexible delivery of youth programme and encourage other NSOs/NSAs to see the benefits of flexible operating Discuss with NSOs/NSAs how to ensure that youth programmes tackle current issues affecting young people, or how to respond to events happening around them Initiate a discussion with NSOs/NSAs on how to use the youth programme as a vehicle for peer recruitment G

A G G A

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SO 2
OB 2.5

Growth through Quality


Improve transition processes and rate of retention between age sections KPI 10 NSOs/NSAs improve transition processes between age sections

Coordinator: HSG, ESC: AD, WSB-ERO: JB, RSc

2010-2011 Q1

2011-2012

2012-2013

Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 A A A A A A A A A A A A

AC AC AC AC

2.5.1 2.5.2 2.5.3 2.5.4

Examine data provided by NSOs/NSAs and identify opportunities for better membership retention of young people moving from one age section to another Support NSOs/NSAs in implementing training to assist local managers in improving retention of young people moving from one age section to another Encourage NSOs/NSAs to undertake research with young people who have left Scouting to understand why they left and use this data for future developments Study the transition processes and rates of retention in competitor and partner organisations as well as in other Regions and make recommendations

OB

2.6

Reduce the number of young people waiting to join Scouting KPI 10 NSOs/NSAs working strategically to reduce numbers waiting 2010-2011 Q1 2011-2012 2012-2013

Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 G G A A A A A A A A A

AC AC AC AC

2.6.1 2.6.2 2.6.3 2.6.4

Identify more accurately, with NSOs/NSAs, how many young people are waiting to join Scouting and share information on the situation Initiate an exchange of knowledge between NSOs/NSAs on the management of requests to join Scouting from young people as well as potential adult volunteers Encourage NSOs/NSAs to identify and use innovative recruitment methods to secure adequate adult volunteers to deliver Scouting at local level Assist NSOs/NSAs in developing communications strategies that proactively and constructively deal with the issue of adult volunteer recruitment

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SO 3
OB 3.1

Embracing Change

Coordinator: TB, ESC: CH, WSB-ERO: OD, MA

Encourage the monitoring of membership composition and comparison with population data KPI 30 NSOs/NSAs with functional membership management systems 2010-2011 Q1 2011-2012 2012-2013

Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 A A A A

AC AC AC AC

3.1.1 3.1.2 3.1.3 3.1.4

Support NSOs/NSAs with the collection and analysis of dynamic membership data in order to inform strategic development Support NSOs/NSAs in establishing and improving the quality of membership data collection and management of membership management systems Collate dynamic data from NSOs/NSAs and provide a European analysis on membership evolution, emerging trends and forecasts Assist NSOs/NSAs in their efforts to develop Scouting in areas of the country, where previously the presence and impact of Scouting has been weak A

OB

3.2

Develop approaches to include young people and adult volunteers from different backgrounds KPI 15 NSOs/NSAs document and share their approaches 2010-2011 Q1 2011-2012 2012-2013

Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 A A A A A A A A A A A A A A

AC AC AC

3.2.1 3.2.2 3.2.4

Monitor European data about general trends relating to young people and adults from different backgrounds and summarise the findings for NSOs/NSAs Support NSOs/NSAs in the process of identifying and responding to societal changes and trends that positively impact on the development of Scouting Support NSOs/NSAs in using existing tools on strategic planning, organisational development and external relations, in order to adapt to societal changes

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SO 3
OB 3.3

Embracing Change
Explore the impact and potential of communications technologies in Scouting KPI 25 NSOs/NSAs exploring the issue and sharing best practices

Coordinator: TB, ESC: CH, WSB-ERO: OD, MA

2010-2011 Q1

2011-2012

2012-2013

Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 A A A A A A A A A A A A A A

AC AC AC AC

3.3.1 3.3.2 3.3.3 3.3.4

With the growth of communications technologies, identify how NSOs/NSAs are using them to become leaner, more flexible and more responsive Identify how NSOs/NSAs are using communications technologies strategically to communicate and engage directly with young people and adult volunteers Initiate a discussion between NSOs/NSAs on the use of communications technologies for management, customer relationships and decision making Support NSOs/NSAs seeking guidance on how to identify communications technologies solutions that are relevant for their needs

OB

3.4

Encourage the acquisition, consolidation and protection of adequate resources KPI 30 NSOs/NSAs taking action to acquire, consolidate and protect 2010-2011 Q1 2011-2012 2012-2013

Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A

AC AC AC

3.4.1 3.4.2 3.4.3

Encourage NSOs/NSAs to review their strategic resource requirements, and take action to acquire, consolidate or protect their resources Encourage NSOs/NSAs to mitigate the growth of non-recognised Scout associations by exploring opportunities for collaboration and consolidation Encourage NSOs/NSAs to resolve outstanding legal and financial issues that present a threat to the implementation of strategy and to Scouting

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SO

3
3.5

Embracing Change

Coordinator: TB, ESC: CH, WSB-ERO: OD, MA

OB

Promote the development and implementation of equality and diversity policies KPI 20 NSOs/NSAs review, develop or implement policies 2010-2011 Q1 2011-2012 2012-2013

Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 A A A A A A A A A A

AC AC AC AC

3.5.1 3.5.2 3.5.3 3.5.4

Support NSOs/NSAs with the review, development and implementation of their equality and diversity policies Initiate an exchange of best practices on how to mainstream equality and diversity in the day-to-day operations of NSOs/NSAs Identify barriers that impede the review, development and implementation of equality and diversity policies and provide guidance to NSOs/NSAs Assist NSOs/NSAs in their efforts to balance their membership composition and maintain cohesion by reaching out to under-represented groups

OB

3.6

Identify approaches to continually meet the challenge of change KPI 15 NSOs/NSAs engage in dialogue and action on continuous change 2010-2011 Q1 2011-2012 2012-2013

Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 A A A A A A A A A A

AC AC AC AC

3.6.1 3.6.2 3.6.3 3.6.4

Initiate an exchange of ideas amongst NSOs/NSAs on continually adapting to change without sacrificing performance and impact Encourage NSOs/NSAs to make use of strategic insight from their own young people and adult volunteers as well as from competitor and partner organisations Provide training for NSOs/NSAs seeking to work with or manage change in difficult circumstances including with limited financial or professional human resources Request NSOs/NSAs to share examples of processes and methods that drive continual positive change in their strategic development

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SO 4
OB 4.1

Youth Empowerment

Coordinator: PDS, ESC: PV, WSB-ERO: RS, NP

Provide skills training, supported by mentoring and coaching, to strengthen youth empowerment KPI 10 NSOs/NSAs introduce mentoring and/or coaching 2010-2011 Q1 2011-2012 2012-2013

Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 G G G G G G

AC AC AC AC

4.1.1 4.1.2 4.1.3 4.1.4

Define the educational/management value and promote the theory and practice of mentoring and coaching as meaningful ways to develop intergenerational dialogue Initiate an exchange of best practices amongst NSOs/NSAs on mentoring, including peer mentoring, and coaching as methods to support young people Design and deliver an eLearning resource for young people involved at institutional level in NSOs/NSAs, with guidance on how to make an impact Encourage NSOs/NSAs to exchange information on how they ensure young people are supported to take leading volunteer management roles G

OB

4.2

Empower and support young people to participate in decision making processes that affect them KPI 15 NSOs/NSAs act to implement or improve youth empowerment 2010-2011 Q1 2011-2012 2012-2013

Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4

AC AC AC AC

4.2.1 4.2.2 4.2.3 4.2.4

Promote tools and resources on youth empowerment to NSOs/NSAs and solicit feedback on their relevance and usefulness Support NSOs/NSAs in devising and organising events by young people for young people, through sharing of best practice and publication of support materials Reinforce the importance of the Scout Method, especially Learning by Doing and the Patrol System, in delivering youth empowerment for all age sections Encourage NSOs/NSAs to identify life skills education in the youth programme for the last age section and highlight their importance in relation to employability G G G G

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SO 4
OB 4.3

Youth Empowerment

Coordinator: PDS, ESC: PV, WSB-ERO: RS, NP

Ensure the presence of youth empowerment measures across all age sections KPI 15 NSOs/NSAs screen their youth programme and share results 2010-2011 Q1 2011-2012 2012-2013

Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4

AC AC AC

4.3.1 4.3.2 4.3.3

Encourage NSOs/NSAs to evaluate their approach to youth empowerment through the youth programme by looking at levels of participation Initiate an exchange of best practices on how feedback from young people, inside and outside Scouting, is used to influence youth programme design Provide support to NSOs/NSAs seeking to empower its youth members to engage in decision making outside of Scouting, at local, regional and national levels A A

OB

4.4

Provide training for young people and adult volunteers in youth empowerment and intergenerational dialogue KPI 10 NSOs/NSAs participate in workshops and maintain interest 2010-2011 Q1 2011-2012 2012-2013

Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 A A A G

AC AC AC

4.4.1 4.4.2 4.4.3

Provide support to NSOs/NSAs seeking to introduce the issues of youth empowerment and intergenerational dialogue into the life of their associations Encourage NSOs/NSAs to promote and champion youth empowerment and intergenerational dialogue at all levels Initiate an exchange of best practices on how to implement effective succession planning and knowledge transfer for adult volunteers

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SO 4
OB 4.5

Youth Empowerment

Coordinator: PDS, ESC: PV, WSB-ERO: RS, NP

Encourage and promote the participation and full involvement of young people in constitutional events and organs KPI 50% of participants in constitutional events are under 35 2010-2011 Q1 2011-2012 2012-2013

Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 A A A A A A A A A A A A A A

AC AC AC AC

4.5.1 4.5.2 4.5.3 4.5.4

Initiate an exchange of best practices on how NSOs/NSAs involve young people in their constitutional events and organs Identify the role of young people in the preparation, management and leadership of contingents and delegations to international events and conferences Encourage NSOs/NSAs to support the participation of young people in regional and world events by providing suitable preparation, incentives and resourcing Provide support to NSOs/NSAs seeking to adapt their constitutional events, at all levels, to fully involve young people

OB

4.6

Develop communications strategies that involve young people as the public face of Scouting KPI 10 NSOs/NSAs empowering young people as the public face 2010-2011 Q1 2011-2012 2012-2013

Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 A A A A A A G G

AC AC AC AC

4.6.1 4.6.2 4.6.3 4.6.4

Further encourage NSOs/NSAs to develop training activities for young spokespeople and involve them in media management Encourage NSOs/NSAs to involve young people in presenting views to the media on issues affecting young people in general and Scouting in particular Ensure that young people are involved in the design and implementation of programme activities that have opportunities for positive media engagement Support the development of peer-to-peer activities for young people in how to deal with negative and inappropriate stereotypes of Scouting

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SO 5
OB 5.1

Partnerships with other Regions

Coordinator: SB, ESC: HS, WSB-ERO: AM, NP

Develop new areas of focus for partnerships between Europe and other Regions KPI 15 NSOs/NSAs in Europe develop new partnerships 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 G A G A A G A A A A A A A A A

AC AC AC AC

5.1.1 5.1.2 5.1.3 5.1.4

Encourage NSOs/NSAs to give a new impetus to the Euro-Arab and Europe-Eurasia meetings and establish priority themes relevant to the needs of NSOs/NSAs Encourage NSOs/NSAs to participate in events organised in other Regions, and promote European and national events to NSOs in those other Regions In partnership, strengthen cooperation among Europe-Eurasia Scout representatives in relevant organisations and institutions Map the partnerships that exist between Europe and Africa, initiate a similar exercise with Eurasia and communicate to NSOs/NSAs

OB

5.2

Establish common projects to support world level priorities KPI 20 NSOs/NSAs engage with common projects or initiatives 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4

AC AC AC AC

5.2.1 5.2.2 5.2.3 5.2.4

Encourage NSOs/NSAs to promote existing volunteering programmes between Europe and Africa to the last age section as well as adult volunteers Further develop the Europe-Africa Unguvu Project and communicate the impact that the project is having on European NSOs/NSAs Encourage NSOs/NSAs to contribute to the life of the North-South Network and use it for developing ideas, networking and exchanging information Stimulate NSOs/NSAs to promote exchange opportunities for young people from Europe, Eurasia and Arab Scout Regions, in order to enrich the youth programme A G G G G A G G A A A A A A

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SO 5
OB 5.3

Partnerships with other Regions

Coordinator: SB, ESC: HS, WSB-ERO: AM, NP

Research and provide access to external funding opportunities to encourage cooperation and partnerships KPI 5 NSOs/NSAs benefit from external funding to support partnerships 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 A A A A A A A A A A A

AC AC AC

5.3.1 5.3.2 5.3.3

Share information with NSOs/NSAs on external funding opportunities to encourage the development of bilateral and multilateral projects and exchanges Support NSOs/NSAs with applications to funding bodies and provide guidance on reporting procedures, if successful Initiate an exchange of best practice between NSOs/NSAs on external funding applications for cooperation and partnerships

OB

5.4

Offer encouragement on European Citizenship, global issues, solidarity and support KPI 5 NSOs/NSAs offering new solidarity and support in other Regions 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 R R R A A A A A A A A A

AC AC AC AC

5.4.1 5.4.2 5.4.3 5.4.4

Encourage NSOs/NSAs to enrich the international dimension of their youth programmes by incorporating European Citizenship and by looking outside Europe Promote existing resources on globalisation, democracy, migration, environment and conflict and encourage NSOs/NSAs to use or adapt them Increase visibility amongst European NSOs/NSAs of Scoutings priorities in other Regions, and how European NSOs/NSAs can engage Identify opportunities for European NSOs/NSAs to provide solidarity and technical support to Scouting in other Regions

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SO 6
OB 6.1

Educational Methods

Coordinator: TP, ESC: PV, CL, WSB-ERO: RS, MM

Offer networking opportunities for leaders working on similar issues at national level KPI 50 NSOs/NSAs benefit from networking and other opportunities 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 G G G G G G G G G G G G

AC AC AC AC

6.1.1 6.1.2 6.1.3 6.1.4

Design, deliver and evaluate an Educational Methods Forum for people in NSOs/NSAs working in the field of Educational Methods Organise and facilitate networking opportunities for people from NSOs/NSAs with similar roles at national level Support intra-regional projects in the field of Educational Methods, initiated by NSOs/NSAs with similar needs Encourage NSOs/NSAs to look outside Scouting for networking opportunities including with NGOs, business, academic and scientific institutions

OB

6.2

Promote existing materials and tools to support youth programme and adult resources development KPI 20 NSOs/NSAs actively using existing materials and tools 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 G G A A G G G G G A A A A G

AC AC AC AC

6.2.1 6.2.2 6.2.3 6.2.4

Map existing materials and tools against the needs and strengths of NSOs/NSAs, identify gaps, and target their promotion Update existing materials and tools, or fill gaps, based on feedback from NSOs/NSAs or expert analysis Translate, and share, useful materials and tools into other languages to support their use in settings where understanding of English or French may be limited Follow the development of materials and tools being produced by NSOs/NSAs, other Regions and external organisations, and be ready to promote if appropriate

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SO 6
OB 6.3

Educational Methods
Promote and support the use of eLearning and other technologies KPI 10 NSOs/NSAs exploring and using eLearning and other technologies

Coordinator: TP, ESC: PV, CL, WSB-ERO: RS, MM

2010-2011

2011-2012

2012-2013

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 A A A A A A

AC AC AC

6.3.1 6.3.2 6.3.3

Use eLearning platforms and other technology solutions at European level to showcase the potential for use in adult volunteer training provision Identify eLearning approaches being used by NSOs/NSAs and the impact that they have on the participation levels in training for adult volunteers Collect and illustrate how various tools and technologies can be used by NSOs/NSAs to assist them in delivery of youth programme and support to adult volunteers

OB

6.4

Support initiatives that enhance youth programmes by adding international/European perspectives KPI 3,400 young people from NSOs/NSAs involved in projects 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 G G A G A G A G A G A

AC AC

6.4.1 6.4.2

Develop and promote the European Scout Voluntary Programme, Lands of Adventure framework and the Scouts of the World scheme Support NSOs/NSAs seeking to review and update the international dimension of their youth programmes

OB

6.5

Review the use of WOSMs youth programme and adult resources policies and advise on possible adjustments KPI 5 NSOs/NSAs contribute their views on the policies 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4

AC

6.5.1

Work with NSOs/NSAs to reflect on the usefulness of WOSMs youth programme and adult resources policies and make recommendations

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SO 7
OB 7.1

Organisational Development

Coordinator: MDB, ESC: AD, CT, WSB-ERO: OD, JB

Develop and share an adaptable model for effective organisational development in Scouting KPI 30 NSOs/NSAs adopt the model and participate in workshops 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 A A A A A A A A

AC AC AC

7.1.1 7.1.2 7.1.3

Define and develop the model, communicate it to NSOs/NSAs and review it based on feedback and results of workshops Develop, deliver and evaluate organisational development workshops Share the definition of the model, examples of best practice, outcomes from the workshops and other relevant materials online

OB

7.2

Review available materials relating to organisational development and recommend a subset for use in Scouting KPI 10 NSOs/NSAs using/sharing organisational development resources 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 A A A A A A A

AC AC

7.2.1 7.2.2

Issue a call to NSOs/NSAs who may have developed their own specific materials on organisational development and share widely Review existing materials, identify any gaps and seek to close these during specific tailored support initiatives or sub-regional events

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SO 7
OB 7.3

Organisational Development

Coordinator: MDB, ESC: AD, CT, WSB-ERO: OD, JB

Monitor and review mechanisms used to deliver support in order to ensure effectiveness and efficiency KPI 30 NSOs/NSAs provide feedback on effectiveness of support 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 A A A A A A A

AC AC

7.3.1 7.3.2

Review all past and current requests for support, what prompted the request for support, how it was handled and what was the effect on NSOs/NSAs Work with the European Scout Committee to identify ways to strengthen the involvement of NSOs/NSAs in supporting/collaborating with other NSOs/NSAs

OB

7.4

Support vision and strategy development, organisation design, management and relationships KPI 15 NSOs/NSAs accessing organisational development support 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A

AC AC AC AC

7.4.1 7.4.2 7.4.3 7.4.4

Support NSOs/NSAs in developing vision and strategy, organisational design and change management Support NSOs/NSAs in understanding the processes involved in developing and managing programmes of work, projects and tasks Support NSOs/NSAs with financial planning and financial management Support NSOs/NSAs with issues relating to the management of, support for and working relationships with professional staff

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SO 8
OB 8.1

External Relations and Funding


Provide guidance and support in the area of external relations and funding KPI 30 NSOs/NSAs make use of networking opportunities

Coordinator: OB, ESC: CH, HS, WSB-ERO: AM, NP

2010-2011

2011-2012

2012-2013

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A

AC AC AC AC

8.1.1 8.1.2 8.1.3 8.1.4

Encourage NSOs/NSAs to participate in the creation and development of National Youth Councils Ensure networking between NSOs/NSAs in the area of External Relations and Funding, including support for network meetings Strengthen the existing network of Scouts in relevant positions and ensure the monitoring of issues and trends that could affect NSOs/NSAs Act as a conduit for the introduction of issues of concern to actors including wider civil society, government, institutions, formal education and the private sector

OB

8.2

Maintain WOSMs presence and contacts with external partners KPI 10 NSOs/NSAs contribute to policy discussion and development 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 G G G A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A

AC AC AC AC

8.2.1 8.2.2 8.2.3 8.2.4

Cooperate with the European Parliament, European Commission, Economic and Social Committee on relevant topics and hold meetings with Scout representatives Encourage and convene annual meetings of the Big 6 youth organisations in Europe to discuss issues of common interest With NSOs/NSAs, review and develop policy positions on issues relevant to the needs of young people including employment, mobility and human rights Develop contact with external organisations having consultative status with WOSM, including but not limited to ISGF and WSPU, and share outcomes with NSOs/NSAs

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SO 8
OB 8.3

External Relations and Funding

Coordinator: OB, ESC: CH, HS, WSB-ERO: AM, NP

Promote the value of volunteering generally, and in Scouting specifically, to external partners KPI 10 NSOs/NSAs seek advice on lobbying techniques 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 G G G G A A A A A A A A A A A A

AC AC AC

8.3.1 8.3.2 8.3.3

Lobby with and on behalf of NSOs/NSAs for the necessary legislation through other platforms, including the European Chapter on the Rights of Volunteers Promote the value of volunteering and participate in consultations on the promotion and validation of non-formal and informal learning Support NSOs/NSAs in their efforts to develop their lobbying techniques and encourage them to promote the value of volunteering

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Report to the European Scout Committee


Volunteering Working Group March 2012
1. Introduction This report deals with Strategic Objective 1 Volunteering as outlined in the Regional Scout Plan 2010-2013. It should be read in conjunction with the Regional Scout Plan 2010-2013, which can be accessed at www.scout.org/europe 2. Progress in implementing Objectives, Actions and achieving KPIs
Since the last meeting of the European Scout Committee

AC 1.1.1 IN PROGRESS Initiate an exchange of best practices amongst NSOs/NSAs on the recruitment of adult volunteers with no previous experience of Scouting Progress: o No progress since June 2011. A specific session is being prepared for the Forum on YP and AR.

AC 1.1.2 IN PROGRESS Establish contact with European Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) organisations and business networks in order to promote the value of volunteering in Scouting Progress: o Informal contacts established during the EYV 2011 within the Alliance. ERCG is going to build upon their contacts from the Academy.

AC 1.2.1 IN PROGRESS Initiate an exchange of information on legislation that affects volunteering, both positively and negatively, and Scouting activities in particular Progress: o Some results were achieved through the work of the EYV 2011 Alliance Working Group on Legal Framework.

AC 1.2.2 IN PROGRESS Improve the legal and financial conditions for volunteering through the European Year of Volunteering Alliance Progress: o We contributed fully to the work of EYV 2011 Alliance to raise the issue and propose various solutions to the EU and continue to ensure the legacy by promotion of the Policy Agenda for Volunteering in Europe (P.A.V.E.). We are involved in the fight to ensure the independent Youth in Action Program.

AC 1.2.3 IN PROGRESS Improve contact with Members of the European Parliament and the European Commission, to promote Scouting as a key player in volunteering Progress: o Besides last years work in the Alliance EYV 2011, our colleagues in the ERCG keep regular contacts and attend various events in the EP.

AC 1.2.4 IN PROGRESS Review existing materials and encourage NSOs/NSAs to strengthen how they promote and encourage volunteering inside and outside of Scouting Progress: o We are gathering the materials from NSOs/NSAs to be included as examples of best practices in the Euro.Scout.Doc on Volunteering.

AC 1.3.1 IN PROGRESS

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Gather and promote practical information about the European Year of Volunteering 2011 through an online toolkit Progress: o The on-line tool http://eyv2011.europak-online.net/ and Volunteering section of the euroscoutinfo.com share examples from the EU level as well as from the NSOs/NSAs. A joint letter of Chairmen is being prepared to share the information on the EYV 2011 achievements and gathering more info. AC 1.3.2 IN PROGRESS Encourage NSOs/NSAs to engage with National Coordinating Bodies (NCBs) in the planning and execution of campaigns and celebrations, and to network with others Progress: o This was promoted at the Volunteering Event. Regular updates are published in Europak. The evidence of the involvement is being gathered at the moment. AC 1.3.3 IN PROGRESS Contribute as an active Member of the European Year of Volunteering Alliance and promote the work of the Alliance to NSOs/NSAs Progress: o Our representatives actively contributed to defining the first and the second draft of the Policy Agenda for Volunteering in Europe, through the Working Groups and Steering Group of the EYV 2011 Alliance. o We continue to be active in the discussions of Alliance Preparatory WG on the new structure at the EU level. AC 1.4.1 IN PROGRESS Promote the theories and practices associated with the management of adult volunteers in Scouting through training and events Progress: o VWG representatives actively participate in planning of tailored support projects o A session was delivered at the last Academy and is being prepared for the Forum. AC 1.4.2 IN PROGRESS Initiate an exchange of information and knowledge relating to the management of adult volunteers in Scouting through the Scout Library and other platforms Progress: o Volunteering Management Website is being prepared with examples of best practices. AC 1.4.3 IN PROGRESS Encourage NSOs/NSAs to identify what actions are required at local level to sustainably retain adult volunteers in Scouting Progress: o No progress since Autumn 2011. AC 1.4.4 IN PROGRESS Identify tools and approaches that can be used by NSOs/NSAs to ensure diversity in recruitment of adult volunteers in Scouting at local level Progress: o Should be dealt with by a workshop at the Overture Network this Spring. AC 1.5.1 IN PROGRESS Provide support and resources to assist NSOs/NSAs in demonstrating the personal value of volunteering in Scouting and the impact it has on society Progress: o This issue is dealt with through the Project on Recognition of Learning in Scouting.

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AC 1.5.2 IN PROGRESS Support the personal development of adult volunteers as well as the self-evaluation and self-recognition of competencies acquired through Scouting Progress: o This issue is dealt with through the Project on Recognition of Learning in Scouting. o English translation of Valorise-toi!/Empower yourself! together with a methodology was published at the Euroscoutinfo and is quickly spreading around Europe, some other national translations are being expected soon. o AC 1.5.3 IN PROGRESS Stimulate the implementation of self-evaluation and self-recognition measures at world, regional and national events Progress: o This issue was dealt with through the Project on Recognition of Learning in Scouting. o A session using Valorise-toi!/Empower yourself! is being prepared for the Forum and Reverway. A methodology for the work with the material is available at Euro.Scout.Doc.

AC 1.6.2 IN PROGRESS Share results and continue to exchange best practices in internal and external recognition of volunteering through online platforms Progress: o This issue is dealt with through the Project on Recognition of Learning in Scouting.

3. Next steps in implementing Objectives, Actions and achieving KPIs


Until next meeting of the European Scout Committee

AC 1.1.1 Initiate an exchange of best practices amongst NSOs/NSAs on the recruitment of adult volunteers with no previous experience of Scouting Next Steps: o We will use the Volunteering Management Website to gather examples of best practice

AC 1.1.2 Establish contact with European Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) organisations and business networks in order to promote the value of volunteering in Scouting Next Steps: o ERCG will be dealing with this subject. AC 1.2.1 Initiate an exchange of information on legislation that affects volunteering, both positively and negatively, and Scouting activities in particular Next Steps: o Will be further developed during the work on the Euro.Scout.Doc on Volunteering.

AC 1.2.4 Review existing materials and encourage NSOs/NSAs to strengthen how they promote and encourage volunteering inside and outside of Scouting Next Steps: o We will use the Volunteering Management Website to gather examples of best practice

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AC 1.3.4 Strengthen links with other Members of the European Year of Volunteering Alliance and assist in securing the legacy of the European Year of Volunteering Next Steps: o We will continue to contribute actively to the discussions on the future of the Alliance through our participation in its Preparatory WG

AC 1.4.1 Promote the theories and practices associated with the management of adult volunteers in Scouting through training and events Next Steps: o We will use Volunteering Management Website to gather examples of best practice. Sessions are being prepared for the Forum.

AC 1.4.2 Initiate an exchange of information and knowledge relating to the management of adult volunteers in Scouting through the Scout Library and other platforms Next Steps: o We will create and Volunteering Management Website to be presented at the Forum.

AC 1.4.3 Encourage NSOs/NSAs to identify what actions are required at local level to sustainably retain adult volunteers in Scouting Next Steps: o An article for Euroscoutinfo is being prepared.

AC 1.5.1 Provide support and resources to assist NSOs/NSAs in demonstrating the personal value of volunteering in Scouting and the impact it has on society Next Steps: o Project on Recognition of Learning in Scouting and dissemination of its results will be further supported by the coordinator of the VWG.

AC 1.5.2 Support the personal development of adult volunteers as well as the self-evaluation and self-recognition of competencies acquired through Scouting Next Steps: o Examples of best practices will be shared through the Project on Recognition of Learning in Scouting.

AC 1.5.3 Stimulate the implementation of self-evaluation and self-recognition measures at world, regional and national events Next Steps: o English translation of Valorise-toi!/Empower yourself! together with a methodology was published at the Euroscoutinfo and is quickly spreading around Europe. National translations will be supported by an open layout available from Junak.

AC 1.5.4 Encourage NSOs/NSAs to understand the concept of Lifelong Learning and factor this in to the design of training systems for adult volunteers in Scouting Next Steps: o A project on guality of NFE was announced by the European Youth Forum. We will work on this issue together with the Growth Through Quality Working Group and the Educational Methods Core Group

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AC 1.6.3 Follow the development of the on-going project on Recognition of Learning in Scouting and share the results with NSOs/NSAs Next Steps: o VWG will help with the promotion in the course Spring and with dissemination of the results once the project has finished in August 2012.

4. Successes

Please list the key successes since the last meeting of the European Scout Committee

We were actively contributing to and are benefiting from the European Year of Volunteering 2011 During the EYV 2011 many NSOs got involved at the national level, therefore we have a number of examples of best practices available to be shared with the whole Region We have held two Skype meetings and one VWG meeting in Prague, lots of work is being planned for this Spring especially two main projects of sharing the results of our work so far.

5. Challenges

Please list the key challenges since the last meeting of the European Scout Committee

Change in the personal support from the European Scout Office some of the unique knowledge and materials disappeared. So far limited level of structured co-operation with WAGGGS in some areas (except for the EYV 2011 Alliance, where the coordination was very intensive and fruitful)

6. Issues for the consideration of the European Scout Committee

In brief, please list significant issues that you would like the European Scout Committee to consider

Future of the work in the area of volunteering in Europe new Alliance being prepared Advice on where to have an on-line platform for volunteering management (Volunteering Management Website) and how to interconnect it with other tools in order to keep its dynamics.

10 March 2012

Regional Scout Committee, European Region Comit Scout Rgional, Rgion Europenne

Report to the European Scout Committee


Growth through Quality Working Group
1. Introduction This report deals with Strategic Objective 2 Growth through Quality as outlined in the Regional Scout Plan 2010-2013. It should be read in conjunction with the Regional Scout Plan 2010-2013, which can be accessed at www.scout.org/europe 2. Progress in implementing Objectives, Actions and achieving KPIs
Since the last meeting of the European Scout Committee

AC 2.1.1 IN PROGRESS Identify quality standards or frameworks used by NSOs/NSAs in Europe as well as around the world and share the information with NSOs/NSAs Progress: o Gathering data on existing quality standards and putting them in usable form

AC 2.1.2 - IN PROGRESS Promote the use of the Action for Growth toolkit as well as other tools focussed on ensuring quality, direct to NSOs/NSAs as well as through seminars and events Progress: o Both Action for Growth, produced by ESR and Growth Report produced by WSB-CO were presented on the Academy 2011. o Action for Growth, produced by ESR and Growth Report produced by WSBCO are going to be presented on the joint growth event in Denmark in April 2012. o Action for Growth, and Growth Report are going to be presented to NSOs in some of TS projects that are going to be implemented in the following period.

AC 2.1.3 - IN PROGRESS Encourage NSOs/NSAs to identify appropriate methods for communicating the need for membership growth and how to present this to the public Progress: o Presented and discussed in some sense at the Academy 2011. o Will be presented and discussed at the joint growth event in Denmark in April 2012.

AC 2.1.4 IN PROGRESS Actively participate in projects and research activities initiated at world level related to membership growth Progress: o Collecting info on projects and research at world level. Information was distributed to World Scout Committee members and staff working on world level. AC 2.2.1 IN PROGRESS Work with interested NSOs/NSAs to establish voluntary quality standards in training for adult volunteers Progress: o Gathering requests on TS. o Processed results from Needs and strengths analysis and suggested TS that has a component in this area for the following NSOs/NSAs: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Cyprus, Estonia, Iceland, Ireland, Italy CNGEI, Latvia, Luxemburg, Malta, Montenegro, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia o Participation at the Annual TC Network meeting in January 2012.

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Session on quality standards in training will be delivered on joint growth event in Denmark.

AC 2.2.2 IN PROGRESS Encourage and support interested NSOs/NSAs in the review and renewal of adult training systems Progress: o Gathered information on NSOs that are reviewing/renewing their training systems o Processed results from Needs and strengths analysis and suggested TS containing component in this area for the following NSOs/NSAs: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Latvia, Serbia. o Workshop for the TC Network meeting realized.

AC 2.2.3 - IN PROGRESS Work with selected NSOs/NSAs to compare training provisions for adult volunteers in Scouting and publish a report outlining the conclusions and recommendations Progress: o Processed results from Needs and strengths analysis to identify possible NSOs/NSAs.

AC 2.2.4 IN PROGRESS Support NSOs/NSAs in introducing new technologies and techniques to assist with ensuring the quality of training for adult volunteers Progress: o Gathering information on existing experience. AC 2.3.1 IN PROGRESS Explore existing quality frameworks and their potential application to ensuring quality in the design and implementation of youth programme Progress: o Gathering information from NSOs on existing quality frameworks, through Committee contact system and internet resources. o A session on youth programme, quality and growth is being planned for the joint growth event in Denmark in April 2012.

AC 2.3.4 - IN PROGRESS Encourage NSOs/NSAs to identify the most challenging aspects of youth programme delivery and provide support to ensure effective delivery Progress: o A session on youth programme, quality and growth is being planned for the joint growth event in Denmark in April 2012.

AC 2.3.5 ACCOMPLISHED Gather examples of how NSOs/NSAs allow for flexible delivery of youth programme and encourage other NSOs/NSAs to see the benefits of flexible operating Progress: o Examples of best practices identified. o Realized 2 non-formal sessions during the Academy to collect and share information and good examples of flexible delivery of youth programme.

AC 2.3.6 - IN PROGRESS Discuss with NSOs/NSAs how to ensure that youth programmes tackle current issues affecting young people, or how to respond to events happening around them Progress: o A session on youth programme, quality and growth is being planned for the joint growth event in Denmark in April 2012.

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AC 2.3.7 - IN PROGRESS Initiate a discussion with NSOs/NSAs on how to use the youth programme as a vehicle for peer recruitment Progress: o Sessions on youth programme and recruitment are being planned for the joint growth event in Denmark in April 2012. AC 2.5.1 IN PROGRESS Examine data provided by NSOs/NSAs and identify opportunities for better membership retention of young people moving from one age section to another Progress: o Gathering data. o Realized online survey of retention of young people during the WS Jamboree and the Academy 2011. 50 survey filled forms received.

AC 2.5.2 IN PROGRESS Support NSOs/NSAs in implementing training to assist local managers in improving retention of young people moving from one age section to another Progress: o Realized online survey of retention of young people during the WS Jamboree and the Academy 2011. 50 survey filled forms received.

AC 2.5.3 IN PROGRESS Encourage NSOs/NSAs to undertake research with young people who have left Scouting to understand why they left and use this data for future developments Progress: o Preparation and realization of sessions during the joint growth event in April.

AC 2.5.4 IN PROGRESS Study the transition processes and rates of retention in competitor and partner organisations as well as in other Regions and make recommendations Progress: o Research gathering data from existing resources, contacts and internet. AC 2.6.1 ACCOMPLISHED Identify more accurately, with NSOs/NSAs, how many young people are waiting to join Scouting and share information on the situation Progress: o Data on existing waiting lists in NSOs gathered and shared.

AC 2.6.2 IN PROGRESS Initiate an exchange of knowledge between NSOs/NSAs on the management of requests to join Scouting from young people as well as potential adult volunteers Progress: o Non-formal session with NSOs during the Academy realized. o Session with NSOs to be realized during the joint growth event in April.

AC 2.6.3 IN PROGRESS Encourage NSOs/NSAs to identify and use innovative recruitment methods to secure adequate adult volunteers to deliver Scouting at local level Progress: o Preparation of article for Euroscoutinfo.

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A session on recruitment and retention is being planned for the joint growth event in April.

AC 2.6.4 IN PROGRESS Assist NSOs/NSAs in developing communications strategies that proactively and constructively deal with the issue of adult volunteer recruitment Progress: o Suggestion of TS to some NSOs.

3. Next steps in implementing Objectives, Actions and achieving KPIs


Until next meeting of the European Scout Committee

AC 2.1.1 Identify quality standards or frameworks used by NSOs/NSAs in Europe as well as around the world and share the information with NSOs/NSAs Next Steps: o Extract the gathered data on existing quality standards and put it in usable form. o Sharing the information on EuroScoutInfo. AC 2.1.2 Promote the use of the Action for Growth toolkit as well as other tools focussed on ensuring quality, direct to NSOs/NSAs as well as through seminars and events Next steps: o TS to NSOs/NSAs. o Session during the joint growth event in April 2012. o Advertise the toolkits on existing web-tools (EuroScoutInfo.com....). o Joint Circular about Membership Growth tools.

AC 2.1.3 Encourage NSOs/NSAs to identify appropriate methods for communicating the need for membership growth and how to present this to the pubclic Next steps: o TS to NSOs/NSAs. o Session during the joint growth event in Denmark in April 2012.

AC 2.1.4 Actively participate in projects and research activities initiated at world level related to membership growth Next Steps: o Further collection of info on projects and research at world level. AC 2.2.1 Work with interested NSOs/NSAs to establish voluntary quality standards in training for adult volunteers Next Steps: o Gathering requests on TS. o Session during the joint growth event in April 2012.

AC 2.2.2 Encourage and support interested NSOs/NSAs in the review and renewal of adult training systems Next Steps: o Gather information on NSOs that are reviewing/renewing their training systems.

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o o

Share information on quality standards in training systems. TS to NSOs/NSAs.

AC 2.2.3 Work with selected NSOs/NSAs to compare training provision for adult volunteers in Scouting and publish a report outlining the conclusions and recommendations Next Steps: o Identify and select NSOs (that are already working on training provision). o Create a questionnaire for them to fill out.

AC 2.2.4 Support NSOs/NSAs in introducing new technologies and techniques to assist with ensuring the quality of training for adult volunteers Next Steps: o Gathering information on existing experience. o Tailored support implementation. AC 2.3.1 Explore existing quality frameworks and their potential application to ensuring quality in the design and implementation of youth programme Next Steps: o Gather information from NSOs on existing quality frameworks. o Session on youth programme and growth at the joint growth event in April 2012.

AC 2.3.4 Encourage NSOs/NSAs to identify the most challenging aspects of youth programme delivery and provide support to ensure effective delivery Next Steps: o Tailored support implementation. o EuroScoutInfo articles. o Session on youth programme and growth at the joint growth event in April 2012.

AC 2.3.5 Gather examples of how NSOs/NSAs allow for flexible delivery of youth programme and encourage other NSOs/NSAs to see the benefits of flexible operating Next Steps: o Collecting and editing examples of best practices. o EuroScoutInfo articles. o Session on youth programme and growth at the joint growth event in April 2012.

AC 2.3.6 Discuss with NSOs/NSAs how to ensure that youth programmes tackle current issues affecting young people, or how to respond to events happening around them Progress: o A session on youth programme, quality and growth at the joint growth event in Denmark in April 2012. o TS to NSOs/NSAs.

AC 2.3.7 Initiate a discussion with NSOs/NSAs on how to use the youth programme as a vehicle for peer recruitment Next steps: o Sessions on youth programme and recruitment at the joint growth event in April 2012.

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TS to NSAs/NSOs.

AC 2.5.1 Examine data provided by NSOs/NSAs and identify opportunities for better membership retention of young people moving from one age section to another Next Steps: o Get data from ECWG, examine, identify opportunities/challenges... o Circular to NSO with results / feedback from survey.

AC 2.5.2 Support NSOs/NSAs in implementing training to assist local managers in improving retention of young people moving from one age section to another Next Steps: o Tailored support implementation.

AC 2.5.3 Encourage NSOs/NSAs to undertake research with young people who have left Scouting to understand why they left and use this data for future developments Next Steps: o Circular to NSO with results / feedback from survey. o EuroScoutInfo articles. o Session at the joint growth event in April 2012.

AC 2.5.4 Study the transition processes and rates of retention in competitor and partner organisations as well as in other Regions and make recommendations Next Steps: o Research gather info from other organisation. o Report findings and recommendations (to the ESC). o EuroScoutInfo articles. AC 2.6.1 Identify more accurately, with NSOs/NSAs, how many young people are waiting to join Scouting and share information on the situation Next Steps: o Achieving the gathered data on existing waiting lists in NSOs. o Circulate the results.

AC 2.6.2 Initiate an exchange of knowledge between NSOs/NSAs on the management of requests to join Scouting from young people as well as potential adult volunteers Next steps: o Session with NSOs to be realized during the joint growth event in April.

AC 2.6.3 Encourage NSOs/NSAs to identify and use innovative recruitment methods to secure adequate adult volunteers to deliver Scouting at local level Next Steps: o Preparing an online survey on recruitment methods. o EuroScoutInfo articles. o Circular to NSO with results / feedback from survey.

AC 2.6.4 Assist NSOs/NSAs in developing communications strategies that proactively and constructively deal with the issue of adult volunteer recruitment

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Next Steps: o Tailored support implementation. 4. Successes

Please list the key successes since the last meeting of the European Scout Committee

Academy 2011 the main theme was growth through quality, successful sessions and event in general. Tailored support in progress. Commitment within the GQWG. Preparation of a joint growth event in progress.

5. Challenges

Please list the key challenges since the last meeting of the European Scout Committee

Gathering data from NSOs is extremely difficult, data quality sometimes bad. Some RSP GQ actions need a lot of time in gathering data, contact NSOs, etc. and in the end the actions impact is low. Integration of different ways of working within the joint work.

6. Issues for the consideration of the European Scout Committee March 2012 See above mentioned challenges.

In brief, please list significant issues that you would like the European Scout Committee to consider

Regional Scout Committee, European Region Comit Scout Rgional, Rgion Europenne

Report to the European Scout Committee


EMBRACING CHANGE Working Group Thanks to fulfill progress according to your fixed plans. Delays should be explained. When activities are foreseen for later on, please let it blank
1. Introduction This report deals with Strategic Objective 3 Embracing Change as outlined in the Regional Scout Plan 2010-2013. It should be read in conjunction with the Regional Scout Plan 20102013, which can be accessed at www.scout.org/europe. In January 2012, the members of the Embracing Change Working Group met in Geneva and two representatives of WAGGGS joint the event during the second day. The meeting was fruitful and action plans from the members shared and agreed upon. 2. Progress in implementing Objectives, Actions and achieving KPIs
Since the last meeting of the European Scout Committee

AC 3.1.1 IN PROGRESS Support NSOs/NSAs with the collection and analysis of dynamic membership data in order to inform strategic development Progress: o Questionnaire is developed in electronic form including info on membership systems, new media and strategy.

AC 3.1.2 IN PROGRESS Support NSOs/NSAs in establishing and improving the quality of membership data collection and management of membership management systems Progress: o 3 tailored support requests are in progression o Contact and discussion established for promoting and co-financing the initiative of the Second Round Table on Internet System. Event to be set Q4 2012

AC 3.2.1 IN PROGRESS Monitor European data about general trends relating to young people and adults from different backgrounds and s ummaris e the findings for NSOs /NSAs Progress: o Already collected datas to be s hared in March 2012

AC 3.2.2 IN PROGRESS Support NSOs /NSAs in the proces s of identifying and res ponding to s ocietal changes and trends that pos itively impact on the development of Scouting Progress: o Committee member to ask ESC about implementation of the action plan through Consultancy Services o Objective 3.2 to be part of the Forum 2012 in Romania coordination with EMWG

AC 3.2.4 IN PROGRESS Support NSOs /NSAs in us ing exis ting tools on s trategic planning, organis ational development and external relations , in order to adapt to s ocietal changes

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Progress: o Coordination with the other Working and Core Groups implemented, mainly through tailored support requests. AC 3.3.1 IN PROGRESS With the growth of communications technologies , identify how NSOs /NSAs are us ing them to become leaner, more flexible and more res pons ive Progress: o Ongoing survey AC 3.3.2 IN PROGRESS I dentify how NSOs /NSAs are us ing communications technologies s trategically to communicate and engage directly with young people and adult volunteers Progress: o Report on the questionnaire sent out to NSO / NSA through the Committee o Preparation of 2 or 3 case studies (UK Campaign, Jamboree event, Academy 2011, other) AC 3.3.3 IN PROGRESS I nitiate a dis cus s ion between NSOs /NSAs on the us e of communications technologies for management, cus tomer relations hips and decis ion-making Progress: o Preliminary discussions took place A C 3.4.1 IN PROGRESS Encourage NSOs /NSAs to review their s trategic res ource requirements , and take action to acquire, cons olidate or protect their res ources Progress: o 3 tailored support requests in fields of National Management Board, financial governance, human resource management in pipeline A C 3.4.2 IN PROGRESS Encourage NSOs /NSAs to mitigate the growth of non-recognis ed Scout as s ociations by exploring opportunities for collaboration and cons olidation Progress: o Very first discussions and idea sharing among the WG members. A C 3.4.3 IN PROGRESS Encourage NSOs /NSAs to res olve outs tanding legal and financial is s ues that pres ent a threat to the implementation of s trategy and to Scouting Progress: o Discussions within WG on procedure A C 3.5.1 - IN PROGRESS Support NSOs /NSAs with the review, development and implementation of their equality and divers ity policies Progress: o Preparation of the Consultancy Service request on equality and diversity o Questionnaire about diversty and equality ready for distribution to NSO/NSA A C 3.5.2 IN PROGRESS I nitiate an exchange of bes t practices on how to mains tream equality and divers ity in the day-to-day operations of NSOs /NSAs Progress: o Initiation started o Open call in preparation

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A C 3.6.1 IN PROGRESS I nitiate an exchange of ideas amongs t NSOs /NSAs on continually adapting to change without s acrificing performance and impact Progress: o Coordination tasks with the Educational Method Core Group o Preparation of the presentation for EM Scout Forum in Romania

A C 3.6.2 IN PROGRESS Encourage NSOs /NSAs to make us e of s trategic ins ight from their own young people and adult volunteers as well as from competitor and partner organis ations Progress: o Coordination tasks with the Educational Method Core Group o Preparation of the presentation for EM Scout Forum in Romania

A C 3.6.4 - IN PROGRESS Reques t NSOs /NSAs to s hare examples of proces s es and methods that drive continual pos itive change in their s trategic development Progress: o Coordination tasks with the Educational Method Core Group o Preparation of the presentation for EM Scout Forum in Romania

3. Next steps in implementing Objectives, Actions and achieving KPIs


Until next meeting of the European Scout Committee

AC 3.1.1 Support NSOs /NSAs with the collection and analys is of dynamic members hip data in order to inform s trategic Ne x t Ste ps o Collection and analysis of questionnaires o Executive s ummary on linking members hip data with the s trategic planning

AC 3.1.2 Support NSOs /NSAs in es tablis hing and improving the quality of members hip data collection and management of members hip management s ys tems Ne x t Ste ps o Support to the co-organisation of the Second Round Table on Internet System

AC 3.2.1 Monitor European data about general trends relating to young people and adults from different backgrounds and s ummaris e the findings for NSOs /NSAs Ne x t Ste ps o Report on analys is and trends available for NSOs /NSAs o I mplementation of ESC recommendations (cons ultancy s ervices )

AC 3.2.2 Support NSOs /NSAs in the proces s of identifying and res ponding to s ocietal changes and trends that pos itively impact on the development of Scouting Ne x t Ste ps o This action plan to be part of the Forum 2012 in Romania active coordination with EMCG

AC 3.2.4 Support NSOs /NSAs in us ing exis ting tools on s trategic planning, organis ational development and external relations , in order to adapt to s ocietal changes

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Ne x t Ste ps o I mplementation of ESC recommendations (cons ultancy s ervices ) AC 3.3.1 With the growth of communications technologies , identify how NSOs /NSAs are us ing them to become leaner, more flexible and more res pons ive Ne x t Ste ps o Preparation of 2 or 3 cas e s tudies to be circulated and pres ented as s howcas e on EuroScoutI nfo AC 3.3.2 I dentify how NSOs /NSAs are us ing communications technologies s trategically to communicate and engage directly with young people and adult volunteers Ne x t Ste ps o Co-organis ation of the I T Roundtable with the Belgium Scout As s ociation. o Forming the planning team and s etting communication proces s AC 3.3.3 I nitiate a dis cus s ion between NSOs /NSAs on the us e of communications technologies for management, cus tomer relations hips and decis ion-making Ne x t Ste ps o Suggestions made during the Academy 2011 session should be analysed and proceeded whenever possible A C 3.4.1 Encourage NSOs /NSAs to review their s trategic res ource requirements , and take action to acquire, cons olidate or protect their res ources Next steps: o Committee Member to take the action points back to the ESC and Consultancy Services group. According to the feedback, an action plan will be elaborated. A C 3.4.2 Encourage NSOs /NSAs to mitigate the growth of non-recognis ed Scout as s ociations by exploring opportunities for collaboration and cons olidation Next steps: o Idem 3.4.1 A C 3.4.3 Encourage NSOs /NSAs to res olve outs tanding legal and financial is s ues that pres ent a threat to the implementation of s trategy and to Scouting Next steps: o Idem 3.4.1 A C 3.5.1 Support NSOs /NSAs with the review, development and implementation of their equality and divers ity policies Next Steps: o Active cooperation with Overture Network to achieve the joint Objectives of the Embracing Change Working Group o Mapping NSOs / NSAs having equality and diversity policies o Provision of Consultancy Services A C 3.5.2 I nitiate an exchange of bes t practices on how to mains tream equality and divers ity in the day-to-day operations of NSOs /NSAs Next Steps: o We will continue contact with additional NSOs/NSAs

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Starting collection of best practices

AC 3.5.3 Identify barriers that impede the review, development and implementation of equality and diversity policies and provide guidance to NSOs / NSAs Next Steps: o SWOT analysis from collected information

A C 3.6.1 I nitiate an exchange of ideas amongs t NSOs /NSAs on continually adapting to change without s acrificing performance and impact Next Steps: o Presentation of the trends at the EM Scout Forum 2012 in Romania A C 3.6.2 Encourage NSOs /NSAs to make us e of s trategic ins ight from their own young people and adult volunteers as well as from competitor and partner organis ations Next Steps: o Presentation of the trends at the EM Scout Forum 2012 in Romania

A C 3.6.3 Provide training for NSOs /NSAs s eeking to work with or manage change in difficult circums tances including with limited financial or profes s ional human res ources . Next Steps: o Planning a session at the Academy 2012 in Kandersteg

A C 3.6.4 Reques t NSOs /NSAs to s hare examples of proces s es and methods that drive continual pos itive change in their s trategic development Next Steps: o Provision of a plate-form for Best / Worst practices at the EM Scout Forum 2012 in Romania

4. Successes Despite the fact that the Working Group had no coordinator, all members provided their tasks and priority lists and are working on. No major delay is to be reported. The ECWG meeting in Geneva (20-22.01.2012) provided the opportunity to the members to express their concerns and requests towards the group. A simple reporting system was agreed upon mainly for internal exchange and information sharing (teambuilding) 5. Challenges Preparation of different joint presentations WAGGGS / WOSM (succession planning, innovative training methods, working with different target groups, organisational development disciplines) for the Academy 2012, Chief Executive Meeting 2012, IC Forum 2012, Chief Volunteers, other. 6. Issues for the consideration of the European Scout Committee None 7 March 2012

Regional Scout Committee, European Region Comit Scout Rgional, Rgion Europenne

Report to the European Scout Committee


Youth Empowerment Working Group
1. Introduction This report deals with Strategic Objective 4 Youth Empowerment as outlined in the Regional Scout Plan 2010-2013. It should be read in conjunction with the Regional Scout Plan 20102013, which can be accessed at www.scout.org/europe 2. Progress in implementing Objectives, Actions and achieving KPIs
Since the last meeting of the European Scout Committee

AC 4.1.1 IN PROGRESS Define the educational/management value and promote the theory and practice of mentoring and coaching as meaningful ways to develop intergenerational dialogue Progress: o Euro.Scout.Doc on Mentoring and Coaching draft defined o Workshop Kit on Mentoring and Coaching draft defined AC 4.1.2 IN PROGRESS Initiate an exchange of best practices amongst NSOs/NSAs on mentoring, including peer mentoring, and coaching as methods to support young people Progress: o Session on mentoring and coaching at the EM Forum defined o Session on mentoring and coaching at Agora defined o Best practices (Ireland, Norway, Netherlands, Portugal) collected AC 4.2.2 IN PROGRESS Support NSOs/NSAs in devising and organising events by young people for young people, through sharing of best practice and publication of support materials Progress: o Agora 2012 52 participants from 31 countries, 4 Regions AC 4.2.2 IN PROGRESS Encourage NSOs/NSAs to identify life skills education in the youth programme for the last age section and highlight their importance in relation to employability Progress: o Sessions on life skills and employability prepared for the EM Forum AC 4.4.1 IN PROGRESS Provide support to NSOs/NSAs seeking to introduce the issues of youth empowerment and intergenerational dialogue into the life of their associations Progress: o Sessions on life skills and employability prepared for the EM Forum o Euro.Scout.Doc on Youth Empowerment draft defined AC 4.4.2 IN PROGRESS Encourage NSOs/NSAs to promote and champion youth empowerment and intergenerational dialogue at all levels o Create marketing videos started o Session on intergenerational dialogue planned for the EM Forum AC 4.5.2 IN PROGRESS Identify the role of young people in the preparation, management and leadership of contingents and delegations to international events and conferences Progress: o Survey for Roverway prepared AC 4.6.1 IN PROGRESS Further encourage NSOs/NSAs to develop training activities for young spokespeople and involve them in media management Progress: o Tell Your Story/Speak Out Seminar waiting for funding

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AC 4.6.2 IN PROGRESS Encourage NSOs/NSAs to involve young people in presenting views to the media on issues affecting young people in general and Scouting in particular Progress: o Activities planned for Roverway AC 4.6.3 IN PROGRESS Ensure that young people are involved in the design and implementation of programme activities that have opportunities for positive media engagement Progress: o Tell Your Story/Speak Out Seminar waiting for funding AC 4.6.4 IN PROGRESS Support the development of peer-to-peer activities for young people in how to deal with negative and inappropriate stereotypes of Scouting Progress: o Activities planned for Roverway

3. Next steps in implementing Objectives, Actions and achieving KPIs


Until next meeting of the European Scout Committee

AC 4.1.1 Define the educational/management value and promote the theory and practice of mentoring and coaching as meaningful ways to develop intergenerational dialogue o Follow-up on the session at the Academy o Production of Euro.Scout.Doc AC 4.1.2 Initiate an exchange of best practices amongst NSOs/NSAs on mentoring, including peer mentoring, and coaching as methods to support young people o Sessions at Agora and Forum o Online BP database AC 4.2.2 Support NSOs/NSAs in devising and organising events by young people for young people, through sharing of best practice and publication of support materials o Agora 2012 delivery o Publish toolkit AC 4.2.2 Encourage NSOs/NSAs to identify life skills education in the youth programme for the last age section and highlight their importance in relation to employability o Finalising draft general document o Session at the Forum AC 4.3.3 Provide support to NSOs/NSAs seeking to empower its youth members to engage in decision making outside of Scouting, at local, regional and national levels o Cooperate with the Youth Representatives in National Youth Councils to get some good stories AC 4.4.1 Provide support to NSOs/NSAs seeking to introduce the issues of youth empowerment and intergenerational dialogue into the life of their associations Progress: o Follow-up on the session at the Academy o Production of Euro.Scout.Doc o Sessions at the Forum AC 4.5.1 Initiate an exchange of best practices on how NSOs/NSAs involve young people in their constitutional events and organs Progress: o Online BP database

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AC 4.5.2 Identify the role of young people in the preparation, management and leadership of contingents and delegations to international events and conferences o Deliver activities at Roverway AC 4.5.4 Provide support to NSOs/NSAs seeking to adapt their constitutional events, at all levels, to fully involve young people o Self assesment tool on "how Youth involved / Youth empowered is my NSO" AC 4.6.2 Encourage NSOs/NSAs to involve young people in presenting views to the media on issues affecting young people in general and Scouting in particular o Examples on how to identify issues in the society through articles in papers (Euro.Scout.Doc?) AC 4.6.3 Ensure that young people are involved in the design and implementation of programme activities that have opportunities for positive media engagement o Mentoring guidelines for large scale events AC 4.6.4 Support the development of peer-to-peer activities for young people in how to deal with negative and inappropriate stereotypes of Scouting Progress: o Session at the Forum

4. Successes

Please list the key successes since the last meeting of the European Scout Committee

The Youth Empowerment WG met in January The work progresses well and the communication has improved

5. Challenges

Please list the key challenges since the last meeting of the European Scout Committee

Taking up responsibilities within the plan Better communication and follow-up within the group Rescheduling missed targets

6. Issues for the consideration of the European Scout Committee See above challenges

In brief, please list significant issues that you would like the European Scout Committee to consider

13 March 2012

Regional Scout Committee, European Region Comit Scout Rgional, Rgion Europenne

Report to the European Scout Committee


Partnerships with Other Regions
1. Introduction This report deals with Strategic Objective 5 Partnerships with other Regions as outlined in the Regional Scout Plan 2010-2013. It should be read in conjunction with the Regional Scout Plan 2010-2013, which can be accessed at www.scout.org/europe 2. Progress in implementing Objectives, Actions and achieving KPIs
Since the last meeting of the European Scout Committee

AC 5.1.1 IN PROGRESS Encourage NSOs/NSAs to give a new impetus to the Euro-Arab and Europe-Eurasia meetings and establish priority themes relevant to the needs of NSOs/NSAs Progress: o Successful Europe Eurasia Meeting 25-27 November 2011 Prague. 51 participants attending. Good results with new partnerships and renewal of existing ones o Good attendance planned for the Partnerships event from the Eurasia side (1518 March 2012) o Impetus given at the German Speaking Conference, with interest from different organisations (Austria, Hungary) on working with Arab NSOs. (25-26 February). o Start of the preparation with the Italian federation o Tailored support to AGESCI: Very successful and interesting event on Arab revolution and the role of Scouting in democracy o Euro arab meeting: follow-up-networking with the participants facilitated by a working group member.

AC 5.1.2 IN PROGRESS Encourage NSOs/NSAs to participate in events organised in other Regions, and promote European and national events to NSOs in those other Regions Progress: o Specific work has been done regarding the African Jamboree, with the Organisers, the ARO office. The work has been taken on by the central office. AC 5.1.3 IN PROGRESS In partnership, strengthen cooperation among Europe-Eurasia Scout representatives in relevant organisations and institutions Progress: o The European Region is now represented in the Advisory Council of the Council of Europe by Sandu Coica, from Moldova; in cooperation with Eurasia Region. We have just renewed the mandate for two years (2012-2013).

AC 5.2.2 IN PROGRESS Further develop the Europe-Africa Unguvu Project and communicate the impact that the project is having on European NSOs/NSAs Progress: o Tools are to be soon distributed. Some delays were experienced with the finalisation. o The final report was successfully submitted to the European commission on 31 January 2012 o A workshop to prepare the next Europe Africa project (3.2) was hold in Bruxelles on 6-7 February 2012, with the participation of CNE, CNGEI, Scouts and Guides of Sweden, WOSM ARO and former member of UNGUVU project

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o A new member of staff has been recruited to assist on the project for 12 months, Benjamin Thurotte has started to work on January 16. AC 5.2.3 IN PROGRESS Encourage NSOs/NSAs to contribute to the life of the North-South Network and use it for developing ideas, networking and exchanging information Progress: o We got successful funding (22 000 euros) from YiA for the Partnerships event, in Paris, via the application submitted by SGDF. We are expecting around 70 participants, from Europe and other regions. AC 5.2.4 IN PROGRESS Stimulate NSOs/NSAs to promote exchange opportunities for young people from Europe, Eurasia and Arab Scout Regions, in order to enrich the youth programme Progress: o Eurodoc EuroArab Guidelines for youth exchanges: A new version has been finalized and agreed. AC 5.3.1 IN PROGRESS Share information with NSOs/NSAs on external funding opportunities to encourage the development of bilateral and multilateral projects and exchanges Progress: o We have forwarded a number of possible funding opportunities to the African Regional Office AC 5.3.2 NOT STARTED Support NSOs/NSAs with applications to funding bodies and provide guidance on reporting procedures, if successful Progress: o Not on this specific topic in other fields of work AC 5.3.3 NOT STARTED Initiate an exchange of best practice between NSOs/NSAs on external funding applications for cooperation and partnerships Progress: AC 5.4.1 NOT STARTED Encourage NSOs/NSAs to enrich the international dimension of their youth programmes by incorporating European Citizenship and by looking outside Europe Progress: o AC 5.4.3 NOT STARTED Increase visibility amongst European NSOs/NSAs of Scoutings priorities in other Regions, and how European NSOs/NSAs can engage Progress: o AC 5.4.4 IN PROGRESS Identify opportunities for European NSOs/NSAs to provide solidarity and technical support to Scouting in other regions Progress: o Started the process of consultancy in cooperation with Africa Office. We have a number of processes on:

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Lithuania: Lithuania has no partnership-priority for the moment, Sylvain had some discussions with them; but they know that the option for tailored support exists. Slovenia: Regarding Slovenia, we are waiting for input from Christian (Committee Contact Person). Ireland: the process is one, first visit of support took place in January 2012 CNGEI: no specific support at the moment 3. Next steps in implementing Objectives, Actions and achieving KPIs
Until next meeting of the European Scout Committee

AC 5.1.1 Encourage NSOs/NSAs to give a new impetus to the Euro-Arab and Europe-Eurasia meetings and establish priority themes relevant to the needs of NSOs/NSAs Next o o o steps: Continuing a good follow up for the Europe Eurasia meeting Need to establish a strategy towards Arab region, especially the gulf countries Starting the preparations for the next euro arab meeting, in 2013

AC 5.1.2 Encourage NSOs/NSAs to participate in events organised in other Regions, and promote European and national events to NSOs in those other Regions Next steps: o We will monitor the calls of the region to ensure that they are transmitted to other regions o We will ensure that events in other regions are well promoted in Europe

AC 5.1.3 In partnership, strengthen cooperation among Europe-Eurasia Scout representatives in relevant organisations and institutions Next Steps:

AC 5.1.4 Map the partnerships that exist between Europe and Africa, initiate a similar exercise with Eurasia and communicate to NSOs/NSAs Next Steps: o Maintaining the interactive map AC 5.2.2 Further develop the Europe-Africa Unguvu Project and communicate the impact that the project is having on European NSOs/NSAs Next steps: o Facilitate the preparation of the next 3.2 application

AC 5.2.3 Encourage NSOs/NSAs to contribute to the life of the North-South Network and use it for developing ideas, networking and exchanging information Next steps: AC 5.2.4 Stimulate NSOs/NSAs to promote exchange opportunities for young people from Europe, Eurasia and Arab Scout Regions, in order to enrich the youth programme Next steps: o Liaise with EMT to plan next steps

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AC 5.4.1 Encourage NSOs/NSAs to enrich the international dimension of their youth programmes by incorporating European Citizenship and by looking outside Europe Next steps: o ERCG/PWOR still has to prepare a database of existing useful documents to be shared with EMT and NSOs and NSAs AC 5.4.4 Identify opportunities for European NSOs/NSAs to provide solidarity and technical support to Scouting in other regions Progress: o Start the consultancy with establishing next steps to actual support o Contact more NSOs

AC 5.1.4 Map the partnerships that exist between Europe and Africa, initiate a similar exercise with Eurasia and communicate to NSOs/NSAs

Next Steps: o The interactive map will be put online right after the partnerships event. 4. Successes
Please list the key successes since the last meeting of the European Scout Committee

Europe Eurasia meeting Consultancy work has finally started A productive meeting in February 2011 The preparations of the Partnerships event and collaboration with SGDF The closing of UNGUVU

5. Challenges

Please list the key challenges since the last meeting of the European Scout Committee

The wide spectrum of things to be done and to have it done with other groups. The repartition/role of volunteers and office. The communication part of the work in this area

6. Issues for the consideration of the European Scout Committee

In brief, please list significant issues that you would like the European Scout Committee to consider

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Educational Methods Core Group
1. Introduction This report deals with Strategic Objective 6 Educational Methods as outlined in the Regional Scout Plan 2010-2013. It should be read in conjunction with the Regional Scout Plan 20102013, which can be accessed at www.scout.org/europe 2. Progress in implementing Objectives, Actions and achieving KPIs
Since the last meeting of the European Scout Committee

AC 6.1.1 IN PROGRESS Design, deliver and evaluate an Educational Methods Forum for people in NSOs/NSAs working in the field of Educational Methods Progress: o 1st Planning Team meeting held, 2nd meeting planned o Draft programme defined o Website (www.emforum.scouthub.org) and FB online o Funding application re-submitted AC 6.1.2 IN PROGRESS Organise and facilitate networking opportunities for people from NSOs/NSAs with similar roles at national level Progress: o The network meetings for Training Commissioners held o Support and advice given to Akela 2014, the international camp for Cub Scout leaders (Germany, 2014) AC 6.1.3 IN PROGRESS Support intra-regional projects in the field of Educational Methods, initiated by NSOs/NSAs with similar needs Progress: o Irish support to Croatia programme review process within Tailored Support still pending o Regional support to Hungary programme review process started within Tailored Support AC 6.1.4 IN PROGRESS Encourage NSOs/NSAs to look outside Scouting for networking opportunities including with NGOs, business, academic and scientific institutions Progress: o One of the main themes for the 7th Forum AC 6.2.1 IN PROGRESS Map existing materials and tools against the needs and strengths of NSOs/NSAs, identify gaps, and target their promotion Progress: o The evaluation of the Needs and Strengths Analysis under way AC 6.3.1 IN PROGRESS Use eLearning platforms and other technology solutions at European level to showcase the potential for use in adult volunteer training provision Progress: o E-Learning is featuring high on the Forum programme AC 6.3.2 IN PROGRESS Identify eLearning approaches being used by NSOs/NSAs and the impact that they have on the participation levels in training for adult volunteers Progress: o E-Scouting Fair planned for the Forum AC 6.4.1 IN PROGRESS Develop and promote the European Scout Voluntary Programme, Lands of

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Adventure framework and the Scouts of the World scheme Progress: o Regular administration and running of the ESVP and LOA happens AC 6.4.2 IN PROGRESS Support NSOs/NSAs seeking to review and update the international dimension of their youth programmes Progress: o Support has been given to Albania, Malta, Croatia, Hungary, Romania.

3. Next steps in implementing Objectives, Actions and achieving KPIs


Until next meeting of the European Scout Committee

AC 6.1.1 Design, deliver and evaluate an Educational Methods Forum for people in NSOs/NSAs working in the field of Educational Methods o 2nd Planning Team meeting and delivering the Forum AC 6.1.2 Organise and facilitate networking opportunities for people from NSOs/NSAs with similar roles at national level o Explore the relevance and interest for RoverNet, the European Network of Rover Commissioners in 2013 AC 6.3.2 Identify eLearning approaches being used by NSOs/NSAs and the impact that they have on the participation levels in training for adult volunteers o Examples of using e-learning technologies are shared with NSOs

4. Successes

Please list the key successes since the last meeting of the European Scout Committee

Planning for the Forum are going well The groups starts functioning well

5. Challenges

Please list the key challenges since the last meeting of the European Scout Committee

Lack of a coordinator is a major issue

6. Issues for the consideration of the European Scout Committee See above challenges

In brief, please list significant issues that you would like the European Scout Committee to consider

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ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT Core Group
1. Introduction This report deals with Strategic Objective 7 Organizational Development as outlined in the Regional Scout Plan 2010-2013. It should be read in conjunction with the Regional Scout Plan 2010-2013, which can be accessed at www.scout.org/europe 2. Progress in implementing Objectives, Actions and achieving KPIs
Since the last meeting of the European Scout Committee

AC 7.1.1 IN PROGRESS continuation Define and develop the model, communicate it to NSOs/NSAs and review it based on feedback and results of workshops Progress: o OD model posted online (EuroScoutInfo)

AC 7.1.2 IN PROGRESS Develop, deliver and evaluate organisational development workshops Progress: o Global presentation of the OD Model and its Disciplines exists o The first evaluation of the OD Model Workshop held at the Academy 2011 in Paris is positive a few adjustement are needed.

AC 7.1.3 IN PROGRESS Share the definition of the model, examples of bes t practices , outcomes from the works hops and other material online Progress: o The model and its Disciplines are online (EuroScoutInfo) o The OD Model workshop material is shared (Alfresco and EuroScoutInfo) o OD Library is online (EuroScoutInfo) AC 7.2.2 IN PROGRESS Review exis ting material, identify any gaps and s eek to clos e thes e during s pecific tailored s upport initiatives or s ub-regional events Progress: o OD Consultation services provided to 3 NSOs/NSAs and 7 requests in the pipeline (under discusion for definition)

AC 7.3.1 IN PROGRESS Review all pas t and current reques ts for s upport, what prompted the reques t for s upport, how it was handled and what was the effect on NSOs /NSAs Progress: o Regular updates of the Consultancy Services database (every 6 weeks) organised and followed

AC 7.3.2 IN PROGRESS Work with the European Scout Committee to identify ways to strengthen the involvement of NSOs/NSAs in supporting/collaborating with other NSOs/NSAs Progress: o Consultancy Services procedure adopted and posted (EuroScoutInfo) o Promotion of collaboration through Consultancy Services (study trips)

OB 7.3 IN PROGRESS

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Support vision and strategy development, organisation design, management and relationships Progress: o All activities (7.4.1, 7.4.2, 7.4.3 and 7.4.4) are ongoing through Consultancy Services provision. As of today, 4 requests are executed (closed), 11 request ongoing and 12 requests in the pipeline. 3. Next steps in implementing Objectives, Actions and achieving KPIs
Until next meeting of the European Scout Committee

AC 7.1.1 Define and develop the model, communicate it to NSOs /NSAs and review it bas ed on feedback and res ults of works hops Next Steps: o Organisation of two workshops on OD Model and its disciplines.

AC 7.1.2 Develop, deliver and evaluate organisational development workshops Next Steps: o Finalisation of the OD Model and Disciplines general powerpoint presentation that can be used by each member for Consultancy Services delivery.

AC 7.1.3 Share the definition of the model, examples of bes t practices , outcomes from the works hops and other material online Next Steps: o To make the links on different webs ites / s ources o To publis h new documents on webs ites

A C 7.2.2 Review exis ting materials , identify any gaps and s eek to clos e thes e during s pecific tailored s upport initiatives or s ub-regional events Next Steps: o Ongoing process

OB 7.3 Moni tor a nd re v i e w me cha ni sms use d to de l i v e r support i n orde r to e nsure e f f e cti v e ne ss a nd e f f i ci e ncy Next Steps: o To keep Consultancy Services and Needs and Strengths Analysis database updated on a regular basis (every 6 weeks) o Ensure the Consultancy Services procedure is followed

OB 7.4 Support vision and strategy development, organisation design, management and relationships Next Steps: o To consider the needs of SEE countries and how to respond to through effective Consultancy Services o Idem above follow-up

4. Successes

Please list the key successes since the last meeting of the European Scout Committee

OD Library online OD Model and Disciplines positively evaluated at the Academy 2011 in Paris Consultancy Services procedure adopted and implemented

5. Challenges

Please list the key challenges since the last meeting of the European Scout Committee

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As the ODCG was not in a position to provide the workshop on Organisational Development Model (due to lack of participants) the next challenge is to organise the OD Model workshop in two Organisations.

6. Issues for the consideration of the European Scout Committee None

In brief, please list significant issues that you would like the European Scout Committee to consider

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External Relations and Funding
1. Introduction This report deals with Strategic Objective 8 External Relations and Funding as outlined in the Regional Scout Plan 2010-2013. It should be read in conjunction with the Regional Scout Plan 2010-2013, which can be accessed at www.scout.org/europe 2. Progress in implementing Objectives, Actions and achieving KPIs
Since the last meeting of the European Scout Committee

AC 8.1.1 IN PROGRESS Encourage NSOs/NSAs to participate in the creation and development of National Youth Councils Progress: o Active support to the Serbian Scout Association in the establishment of the NYC in Serbia (KOMS). KOMS is in the process of being a member of YFJ o Bulgaria National Youth Council is in the process of becoming a member of YFJ. The region supported, informally, some years back, the Scouts to be part of the platform. One Scout is in the board of this platform.

AC 8.1.2 & 8.1.3 IN PROGRESS Ensure networking between NSOs/NSAs in the area of External Relations and Funding, including support for network meetings Strengthen the existing network of Scouts in relevant positions and ensure the monitoring of issues and trends that could affect NSOs/NSAs Progress: o Successful next NYCs reps meeting (16-18 December)

AC 8.1.4 IN PROGRESS Act as a conduit for the introduction of issues of concern to actors including wider civil society, government, institutions, formal education and the private sector Progress: o YFJ - Following and contributing to: The definition of the next 6 years priorities of the platform Youth rights debate Volunteering : EYV and European Charter of the rights of the volunteers Youth in Action: WOSM is represented by a volunteer in an expert group looking at our contribution for the next Youth in Action programme. We also coordinate the exchange of activities and actions of INGYOs inside YFJ Contribution to diverse policy papers o Alliance see other sections o ICMYO: following the hiring of a staff at the central office, WOSM Europe redrew at the end of February 2012 from the process o Continued to follow the policy issues that affect or are of interest to our work on development/ the Africa Region, attending and contribute to various meetings, panel discussions etc.

AC 8.2.1 IN PROGRESS Cooperate with the European Parliament, European Commission, Economic and Social Committee on relevant topics and hold meetings with Scout representatives Progress: o European Parliament: Alix Masson, for WOSM, was invited to speak about EYV2011 at the Hearing on Youth and Volunteering organised on February 9 at the EP by the EPP group, under the leadership of MEP Marco Scurria. The Hearing was attended by over 150 people

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o Planned working lunch with two EESC Members to further the work with WOSM (Pavel Trantina and Kryztof Pater) o In the planning of a hearing or round table at the EP in June (about euro Africa cooperation and youth in action) o See other sections AC 8.2.2 IN PROGRESS Encourage and convene annual meetings of the Big 6 youth organisations in Europe to discuss issues of common interest Progress: o The format and the content of such a meeting is still under discussion AC 8.2.3 IN PROGRESS With NSOs/NSAs, review and develop policy positions on issues relevant to the needs of young people including employment, mobility and human rights Progress: o The CG has started to develop the one about volunteering (in cooperation with the volunteering working group) and will move on with the one on employment AC 8.2.4 IN PROGRESS Develop contact with external organisations having consultative status with WOSM, including but not limited to ISGF and WSPU, and share outcomes with NSOs/NSAs Progress: o The next core group meeting will look into a closer cooperation with WSPU AC 8.3.1 IN PROGRESS Lobby with and on behalf of NSOs/NSAs for the necessary legislation through other platforms, including the European Chapter on the Rights of Volunteers sector Progress: o Contributing to the ongoing process with the European year of Volunteering Alliance, especially through the policy development taking place in the 6 working groups of the Alliance o Contributing to the European Youth Forum process regarding volunteering, especially regarding the European Charter on the rights of volunteers AC 8.3.2 IN PROGRESS Promote the value of volunteering and participate in consultations on the promotion and validation of non-formal and informal learning Progress: o The work of the Region is mainly done through the very active role taken by Marcio Barcelos representing WOSM in the YFJ Working group on Education. AC 8.2.3 IN PROGRESS Support NSOs/NSAs in their efforts to develop their lobbying techniques and encourage them to promote the value of volunteering Progress: o Study Session, Europe Eurasia Balkans (February 2012): Planning team: Alix Masson, Jordan Bajraktarov, Mariana Fragkou and Irina Pruidze The prep meeting took place in December 2012 The study session took place in Budapest 2012 (19-25 February). 24 participants from Europe, Eurasia and the Balkans. It was a successful session with great ouputs, with hopefully good follow up at the NSO/NSA level. We had two experts invited David Gvineria, from UNICEF Georgia and Giuseppe Porcaro, from YFJ FUNDING IN PROGRESS o Youth in Action

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YiA European Forum on Youth Programme and Adult Resources in collaboration with NORS - sumbitted 01/11/11, rejected and resubmitted on 01/02/2012 YiA Training Comissioner Network meeting in collaboration with Hungarian NSO - submitted 01/09/11 - rejected YiA Young Spoke person event - submitted 01/09/11 at European level, resubmitted at the national level (with FOS) on 01/02/2012 YiA Youth Support System in collaboration with Hungarian NSOs submitted 01/09/11 - Accepted Antal Piross started on 01/02/2012 YiA Admin Grant 2011 Final Report - Submitted in March YiA Admin grant 2012: approved for 50 000 EUR o Council of Europe European Youth Foundation EYF CAT A to support WOSM/WAGGGS participation at Roverway submitted 01/10/11 rejected Admin grant submitted 01/02/2012 waiting for results 3. Next steps in implementing Objectives, Actions and achieving KPIs
Until next meeting of the European Scout Committee

AC 8.1.1 Encourage NSOs/NSAs to participate in the creation and development of National Youth Councils Next Steps: o Monitoring the work of YFJ in this regards, in order to approach and offer support to NSOs. Countries identified so far: Macedonia, Montenegro, Poland

AC 8.1.2 & 8.1.3 Ensure networking between NSOs/NSAs in the area of External Relations and Funding, including support for network meetings Strengthen the existing network of Scouts in relevant positions and ensure the monitoring of issues and trends that could affect NSOs/NSAs Next Steps: o Continue the mapping of Scouts and Guides in relevant positions

AC 8.1.4 Act as a conduit for the introduction of issues of concern to actors including wider civil society, government, institutions, formal education and the private sector Next steps: o CONCORD: send a circular to NSOs/NSAs to offer a stronger involvement in the work on CONCORD o Continued involvement with diverse platforms and institutions

AC 8.2.2 Encourage and convene annual meetings of the Big 6 youth organisations in Europe to discuss issues of common interest Next steps: o CG will plan and organise such a meeting in the coming months (looking at core issues for Scouting such as retention of volunteers, trends, etc)

AC 8.2.3 With NSOs/NSAs, review and develop policy positions on issues relevant to the needs of young people including employment, mobility and human rights Next steps:

AC 8.2.4 Develop contact with external organisations having consultative status with WOSM, including but not limited to ISGF and WSPU, and share outcomes with NSOs/NSAs

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Next steps: o contact will be made with the secretariat regarding supporting the content (upon their request) and to consider the possibility to open WSPU to MEPs AC 8.2.3 Support NSOs/NSAs in their efforts to develop their lobbying techniques and encourage them to promote the value of volunteering Next steps: o Preparation of a training kit on advocacy/external relations. It will be done in the framework of the grant for Antal Piross. We will apply for funding at the EYF. 4. Successes
Please list the key successes since the last meeting of the European Scout Committee

Successful study session Good visibility at the European Parliament Election of WOSM/Sandu Coica at the Advisory Council.

5. Challenges

Please list the key challenges since the last meeting of the European Scout Committee

External representatives management Volunteers are not always motivated/pro active in between meetings, especially regarding communication with the others

6. Issues for the consideration of the European Scout Committee

In brief, please list significant issues that you would like the European Scout Committee to consider

The involvement of WOSM in the preparation of the European Year of Citizens in 2013.

On 11 August 2011, the European Commission proposed to designate 2013 as the European Year of Citizens to mark the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the European Union Citizenship under the Maastricht Treaty in 1993. European civil society organisations and networks members of the EESC Liaison Group have created a civil society Alliance aiming to advocate on MEPs for a broader understanding of European citizenship within the proposal to designate 2013 the European year of Citizens. The Alliance benefits from the support of the European Economic and Social Committee and is aiming, in the long run, to mobilise and coordinate wide civil society engagement in the activities which will be scheduled during the European Year of Citizens 2013, to initiate a European-wide debate on issues relating to the exercise of European citizens rights and to citizens participation in the democratic life of the EU. The Alliance is open to all civil society organisations sharing the same vision and willingness to promote a collective engagement for a common project and the emergence of a European public space. June 2011