Over 170 Scouts from the European, Africa, Arab and Inter-America Regions of World Scouting gathered in Brussels from 7 to 10 December 2018 to reitera
“We were really fast, and we took the kids out of the asylum centre", said Romano Camenzid, one of the Pfasyl project leaders. “Out of this, a movemen
In the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, where thousands of refugees pass along the “Balkan route”, Scouts have risen to the challenge and played
“The conference has been really inspirational. There is some great work going on all over the world. Scouts are always proactive. Governments focus on
The event was closed by a half a day conference that was officially opened by the Vice President of the European Commission, Mr. Jyrki Katainen, who r
"I do appreciate the work that Scouts have undertaken in all member states to welcome refugees and migrants and familiarise them with their new host c
He then presented three symbolic awards to civil society initiatives that worked brilliantly for the integration of refugees and migrants in Europe in
“What I have learnt from the project is that if you gather a truly passionate group of volunteers you, can make a difference."
Recommendations addressed to policy makers and civil society organisations that operate in the field of refugee integration were shared toward the end
Baden-Powell, the founder of Scouting said: "The real way to gain happiness is to give it to others."
Today, Scouts, more than ever, are trying their best to make a difference in a troubled yet rapidly-changing world, by generously giving countless hou
“Over the last three years, our Movement has grown in confidence about its ability to be a leading social force for good in the world. As the wo
Article by Samia Fitouri, Communications Manager, World Scout Bureau Europe Support Centre Brussels, with than