Scouting grew into an international movement within the first year of its existence. International Scouting organizations have grown up to facilitate and support the international aspect of the movement. This category includes those various supporting organizations that assist in the provision of scouting programs on a worldwide basis as well as individual scouting, guiding or girl scouting groups or sections, and their senior councils.
In 1938 Winston S. Churchill made this tribute to BP and the Scouting Movement.
In this uncertain world one cannot be sure of much. But it seems probable that one or two hundred years hence, or it may be more, this monument that we have seen set up in our lifetime will still proclaim the fame of its founder, not in the silent testimony of bronze or stone, but as an institution guiding and shaping the lives and thoughts of men.
An organization for Christian Scouters to join together in serving youth through the Scouting Movement.
Organization for Catholic Scouts. WOSM consultive status.
Contains directory of chapters, mission statement, contacts and links for members of Rotary International involved in Scout organizations.
Program to develop and promote the spirit of brotherhood and understanding among Jewish Scouts, as well as between Jewish Scouts and Scouts of other faiths.
Fellowship of adults wishing to keep alive the ideal of service specific to the Scout and Guide Promise.
The International Scout Fellowship is an organization for former and current adult members and friends of the Scout Movement in support of Traditional Scouting. Affiliated with WFIS.
Background information provided by the Organization of the Islamic Conference.
Worldwide brotherhood dedicated to perpetuating the history and traditions of Rover Scouting, based on Scouting for Boys, and Rovering to Success, by Robert Baden-Powell, and the Scout Promise and Scout Law.
Provides support, programs, and recognition to the scouts and scouters of Eastern Orthodox faith.
Scouting programs and exchange between these countries.
Contains program information, news and resources for organization that reaches 10 million girls and young women in 145 countries.
Official site for WIFS European programs and events.
Umbrella association for regional organizations.
28 million member organization composed of member Scout associations in 216 countries and territories. Offers non-formal education to young people.
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