Scouts against Malaria


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Saturday 26 January, 2019
Hawley Scout Hall, Hawley Road, Hawley, Hampshire from 10.30 to 15.00


Scouts for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) was launched at the UN Headquarters last weekend, and so this forms the appropriate theme for our next regional workshop. We will undertake a set of activities related to this theme in addition to finding out what each County is doing in terms of international activities and promoting activities within the global programme zone.

Do bring along an exhibit if possible.

Draft programme 

10.00    Tea/coffee and setting up exhibits
10.30    Introductions and tour de table
             Human needs
10.50    News and activities from counties
12.30    Finger lunch
13.00    Global village
             Where fair trade products are grown
13.40    Sustainable development goals
             Discussion: What Scouts can do to help others
14.30    Open forum
15.00    Conclusions & farewell

A laptop and projector will be available

Hawley Scout Hall is located within the grounds of Hawley Leisure Centre at the corner of Hawley Road and Fernhill Road in Hawley which is near Camberley. It is easily accessible from junction 4 on the M3 motorway. Parking is free and there are no time limits. If you are coming by train, the nearest station is Blackwater on the Reading- Gatwick line and the Scout Hall is only a short walk from the station. Alternatively we could meet you at Fleet station if coming from London or Southampton.

There is a nominal charge of £10 per person and any surplus will be used to buy mosquito nets to help reduce the incidence of malaria in sub tropical Africa.

Please advise whether you are able to join us on the day. Dress casual. For further information please contact Rayner Mayer, International adviser, Hampshire This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Home 01252 873564 Mobile 079 027 12097

PS If someone asks you what would you like for Christmas, I can recommend the booklet by David Smith If all the world were a village published by Bloomsbury which highlights in a very novel way what the sustainable developments goals are trying to achieve.

Global Youth Mobilisation for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)

The World Organization of the Scout Movement has appointed Bear Grylls as its new Chief Ambassador, making him the first public figure to be named for the role. Bear is known by millions of people around the world as an outdoor adventurer, inspirational speaker, TV host, and best-selling author with a passion for Scouting. Now in his new role as Chief Ambassador of World Scouting, Bear will act as a global voice for youth education with the aim of inspiring more young people to join the Scout Movement and create positive change in their communities.

As his first official engagement as Chief Ambassador, Bear was on hand 23/24 November 2018 for an event hosted by the World Scout Movement at the United Nations headquarters to launch Scouts for SDGs – a mobilisation of 50 million Scouts to make the world’s largest coordinated youth contribution to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030.

Scouting steps up to take action for the Sustainable Development Goals

Scouting has made an extraordinary contribution over the years to improve the sustainability of our planet, promote peace, and tackle inequality. Earlier this year Scouts surpassed an incredible milestone by giving more than one billion hours towards sustainable development through local projects under World Scouting’s programmes, including the flagship Messengers of Peace initiative. 

Now, as a global Movement, we are taking that commitment one step further with Scouts for SDGs. By 2030, this unprecedented activation aims to engage 50 million young people in a coordinated effort to deliver two million local projects and an additional three billion hours of service for the 17 Sustainable Development Goals.

Scouts for SDGs features a newly launched online SDG hub and a range of resources to support National Scout Organizations to raise awareness and take action for the SDGs. The initiative also leverages financial and in-kind contributions from the World Scout Foundation and a wide network of partners, including United Nations agencies and non-governmental organizations, to support local projects led by Scouts.

Find out more about Scouts for SDGs through our new digital platform at Inspire others and share your project

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