A great meeting has again ended. A big thank you to all the participants, the workshop moderators, the host team and especially Graham and Sharn.

In the coming days or weeks, we will collect all the workshop reports HERE. Follow up on updates.

We kicked-off the Edinburgh meeting with a session on faith and believe in the scouting context. Claire from the diversity team of WOSM Europe joined us on Friday to deliver a workshop, looking into the WOSM scout-promise and the mentioning of the "duty to God". We also discussed about how to include spirituality into scouting both on a religious and non religious way.

Upcoming meetings

16 October 2015 to 18 October 2015

For the 2015 autumn meeting we will travel to the east of Europe. We will be welcomed in Tallinn by the Estonian Guides association.

We will again provide a new and exiting program, with a lot of room for input from our members. One of the sessions will handle around the "living-library" method, delivered by a real LL-master. Join us in Tallinn to learn more about it.

Overture resources

Diversity concerns everybody. Societies are no longer homogenous, they are diverse! We may be different but we all have potential waiting to be tapped.

Guiding and Scouting Associations are modern youth organizations and therefore tolerance education and equality should be evident parts of the aims of the Associations.

Diversity means difference, and people’s differences can be many and varied: race, culture, national origin, geographical region, gender, religion, ethnicity, disabi