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Luxembourg's New Chief Scout

Submitted by NGooderson on Thu, 10/10/2019 - 12:26
Thousands of Luxembourgish Scouts and international Scouts, including a good number of BP Fellows and members of the
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73rd BP Fellowship Dinner in Luxembourg

Submitted by NGooderson on Thu, 10/10/2019 - 10:20
The 73rd Baden-Powell Fellowship Dinner took place on 4 October in Luxembourg City in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg in the

Messengers of Peace Hero Award for Saudi Ambassador

Submitted by NGooderson on Mon, 09/23/2019 - 14:38
HRH Prince Mansoor Al Saud, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to Switzerland, was presented with the Messengers
“Messengers of Peace is seen by The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman, as an important investment in
Since 2012, 32 million young men and women in 160 countries have carried out over 8 million local community projects touchi
“HRH Prince Mansoor was among the team in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia who made this initiative possible by securing a grant
Recent Messengers of Peace highlights include Sri Lankan Scouts designing a conciliatory project earlier this year

Prince Guillaume to become Luxembourg Chief Scout

Submitted by NGooderson on Mon, 09/09/2019 - 12:39
HRH Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume of Luxembourg has agreed to become the new Chief Scout of Luxembourg, following in the
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Sudanese Scouts respond to nationwide flooding

Submitted by NGooderson on Wed, 08/28/2019 - 09:22
Sudanese Scouts are working hard to serve their communities who have been hit by horrendous flooding, following h
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Over 4000 Scout volunteers support Hajj

Submitted by NGooderson on Thu, 08/22/2019 - 09:20
Saudi Scouts once again stepped up to support millions of pilgrims performing Hajj to Mecca, Saudi Arabia.
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Scouts gain insights stepping into lives of refugees

Submitted by NGooderson on Wed, 08/07/2019 - 06:42
At the World Scout Jamboree, participants used immersive video technology to connect with refugees around the world and build empathy for their pli
Omar lived there for years without access to a hormone medicine that he needed in order to grow, leaving him looking years younger than he actually
“It moved me in my heart and it was so nice. Croatia was in war too and I felt a connection,” said Scout Ada Grubisic. “We should be happy with all
Her friend Vito Aschero added: “We all don’t have the same chance in life. We don’t choose where we are born, where we are from, and we don’t choos
Over the 10 days of the Jamboree—which is held every four years and concludes on 2 August—groups of Scouts also spoke to Omar from his new home in
“It was impressive that we can be in contact with people who live a reality that is so foreign from ours,” said Adriana D’Amico from Italy, after w
The opportunity for the youngsters to connect with refugees is hopefully the first step on a journey to transform their schools, Scout groups, spor
“The beauty of the Jamboree is that it’s really about connecting people and encouraging action,” he said. “They’re learning first-hand to make frie
Toon Janssens of Belgium is ready to put what he has learned into practice. “I will be more tolerant. If I met someone I would be more open to them
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