Monthly Archives: August 2017

Lead the Way: Make a difference at Roverway 2018, Apply to be a WAGGGS volunteer

roverway group WAGGGSIt is with great enthusiasm that we share with you the call to be a WAGGGS volunteer at Roverway 2018.

We are recruiting a large number of volunteers for next Roverway –  share this opportunity with your guide and scout friends and apply!

C’est avec beaucoup d’enthousiasme que nous vous faisons parvenir l’appel à bénévoles de l’AMGE pour Roverway 2018.

Il y a beaucoup de postes à pourvoir, merci donc de partager cette opportunité avec vos guides et scout, et postulez!


Call for RW18 volunteers WAGGGS

Call for RW18 volunteers WAGGGS FR

Information on the participation fee

European International Scout Camps 2018


European International Scout Camps 2018

Most of you will only just have returned from your annual Summer Camp. Many will be in the middle of sorting out hundreds, if not thousands, of pictures capturing the different activities of their camp.

Looking at all these images and passing in review the many memorable moments you may already start thinking of where your group’s next Summer Camp could be organised. Shall it be a section camp? Or maybe a joint camp with other groups of your district? Or is it perhaps time to consider participating in an international camp (at home or abroad), commonly known as jamboree?

Based on information made available to us so far, we have put together a short list of national jamborees organised during the summer of 2018 in Europe. Maybe one of these international camps is exactly what you were looking for? One of the camps listed here (number 3) is Roverway 2018, the main activity for the senior action of Scout and Guide Associations in the European Regions’ of WOSM and WAGGGS, which will be hosted in the Netherlands next year. It is listed here for the record only, as most of the national contingents will have closed their booking lists by now.

We will be updating this list later during the autumn and invite all National Scout Organisations and National Scout Associations in Europe to signal us should their major event not yet be listed.

  • (1) LUpiter 2018, Lucerne Cantonal Jamboree (14-28.7.2018): website, Facebook
  • (16) Centenary Jambooree “Laužų karta” 2018, Lithuanian National Jamboree (14-28.7.2018): website, Facebook
  • (2) Blair Atholl Jamborette 2016, Scottish Patrol Jamboree ( website, Facebook
  • (3) Roverway 2018, European Ranger & Rover Event of WOSM & WAGGGS (23.7-2.8.2018): website, Facebook
  • (4) JamboRí 2018, Irish Jamboree (25.7-2.8.2018): website, Facebook
  • (5) Central European Jamboree 2018, Jamboree of Visegrad States: CZ, HU, PL, SK (25.7-4.8.2018): Facebook
  • (17) Smotra 2018, 10th Serbian National Jamboree (27.7-5.8.2018): website, Facebook
  • (6) Walesby World Experience 2018, Nottingham Jamboree (28.7-4.8.2018): website
  • (7) Chamboree 2018, Cheshire Jamboree (28.7-4.8.2018): website, Facebook
  • (8) C’è Avventura, Campo Nazionale CNGEI 2018 (1-13.8.2018): website
  • (9) MedJam 2018, Mediterranean Jamboree 2018 Malta (1-8.8.2018): website, Facebook
  • (10) Home 2018, Upper Austrian Jamboree (6-15.8.2018): website, Facebook
  • (11) NaWaKa 2018, Dutch International Sea Scout Jamboree (6-15.8.2018): website, Facebook
  • (12) Zlot ZHP 2018, Polish National Jamboree (6-16.8.2018): website, Facebook
  • (13) The Red Rose Camp 2018, Lancashire Jamboree (11-18.8.2018): website, Facebook
  • (14) Norjam 2018, Norfolk Jamboree (11-18.8.2018): website, Facebook
  • (15) Jurassic International Jamboree 2018, Dorset Jamboree (11-18.8.2018): website, Facebook

Check the European Scout Region’s interactive map on euroscoutinfo.

Regional Circular 19 2017 – Open Letter August 2017


Following changes in the distribution of roles in the European Scout Committee earlier this summer, the Committee has now issued an Open Letter. You can find it in Regional Circular 19 2017.

Regional Circular 19 2017 – Open Letter August 2017 in English
Regional Circular 19 2017 – Lettre Ouverte d’août 2017 en français

External Relations Manager

Job Title:                     External Relations Manager  

Location:                     Brussels, Belgium

Hours / Tenure:          17.5 hours per week (2.5 days)

Duration of Contract:    1 Year Fixed Term Contract

Salary:                          FTE €39,100 per annum (Pro-rata €20,100)

Closing Date:              18th September 2017 (12.00hrs BST)

Interview Date:           TBC

About Us:

Girl Guiding and Girl Scouting is the world’s only movement for every girl and any girl because we believe that each of them deserves to be the best they can be. Free to make what they want from the Movement, girls learn by doing, make friends and have fun. In safe, local spaces, girls develop the skills and attitudes to change themselves, their communities and our world.

The World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS) keeps the global Movement thriving, united and growing.

This role operates within the context of a volunteer led global charitable organisation with 146 Member Organisations.

About the Role:

This is an exciting opportunity to lead on the implementation and coordination of key activities in the field of external relations and advocacy to support the work of the Europe region of WAGGGS.

In this role, you will support and cultivate the development of relationships with key stakeholders on the European level, including the European Union and Council of Europe, youth organisations and networks and Civil Society Organisations (CSOs).

You will support WAGGGS’ relationships with key global organisations, including key players in the girls’ empowerment space to deliver WAGGGS’ strategy and grow the Movement’s influence.

About You:

As the successful candidate you will have significant experience designing and implementing External Relations and Advocacy strategies in the youth, gender equality or sustainable development agenda field.

You will ideally have knowledge in European regional institutions, youth organizations and charitable sector.

You will have a great track record of strategic relationship management at all levels and adhering to tight details, working with a minimal supervision and taking the initiative.

It is essential that you can demonstrate excellent interpersonal and communication skills in English, both written and verbal.

French language skills are highly desirable.

What you can expect from us

  • 20 days annual leave plus 6 days extra legal leave
  • Generous Pension Contribution
  • Group and hospitalization insurance,
  • Meal vouchers
  • Transport supplement.

 How to Apply:

If you are interested in this position, you can download the recruitment pack and apply online by going to

We reserve the right to change the closing date depending on the number of responses received. Please submit your application as soon as possible to ensure it is considered in the selection process.

If you have a disability and can demonstrate that closing this post early would impact on your ability to submit an application in time, please contact our Human Resources team ( to request arrangements for an application to be submitted within the original timeframe.

A Note for Recruitment Agencies:

We prefer to hire people directly and have a preferred supplier list in place. We will be in touch if we need you.

Regional Circular 18 2017 – Working Methods: Looking Towards 2019

image regional circular 18 2017

Pursuant to the European Scout Conference’s resolution ESC22/8 on Future Approach, the Working Methods Team of the Continous Improvement Area of Operation in the European Scout Region of WOSM has prepared a short questionnaire “Looking Towards 2019″.

Please return the duly completed questionnaire no later than 22 September 2017.

Regional Circular 18 2017 – Working Methods: Looking Towards 2019 in English
Regional Circular 18 2017 – Working Methods: Looking Towards 2019 in French