The Programme activities on a World Scout Jamboree in Poland will be based on the Scout Method, addressed to the global issues relevant to the Participants’ age group (14 – 18 years old), both educational and attractive, modern and will contribute to the development of World Scouting
Programme activities will focuse on the diversity among the Participants, give them the concept of subcamp life, opportunity to participate in decision – making processes and seize the adventure in the natural environment.
MORE ABOUT EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMME
The programme of a World Scout Jamboree shall be developed in accordance with WOSM policies and Guidelines in the area of Youth Programme.
A programme outline, covering the educational objectives of the event, the general program concepts and a draft schedule of the event, shall be presented to the World Scout Committee two years before the Jamboree. To ensure that the Jamboree Programme contributes to and is consistent with other WOSM projects related to Programme, the content of the Programme Outline should be developed in consultation with members of the World Scout Committee and WSB staff.
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THE PROGRAMME ACTIVITIES ON A WORLD SCOUT JAMBOREE SHOULD
- be based on the Scout Method
- address global issues relevant to the Participants’ age group
- be varied to cover all dimensions of the Participants’ personal development
- be both educational and attractive
- be modern and contribute to the development of World Scouting
THE PROGRAMME OF THE WORLD SCOUT JAMBOREE MUST CONTAIN THE FOLLOWING
- A Global Development Village (GDV), which should be organized in close cooperation with the WSB.
- Activities focusing on the great diversity among the Participants, giving them the opportunity to learn more about each other’s cultures, thoughts and experiences.
- Activities encouraging the Participants to both practice and reflect on their own beliefs and to learn more about other religions.
- The concept of subcamp life.
- Opportunities for young people to exercise participation in decision-making.
- Activities reflecting the aspect of community involvement in Scouting.
- Opportunities for adventure in the natural environment.
- Activities that enable an understanding and knowledge of the culture of the host country in its different dimensions.