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Triennial Report 2010-2013

Triennial Report 2010-2013

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Triennial Report 2010-2013
Triennial Report 2010-2013

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Introduction
Dear Friends,It is our pleasure to present the Triennial Report of the European Region of theWorld Organization of the Scout Movement (WOSM) for the period August 2010to July 2013. “Supporting Growth in Changing Times” was the Region’s motto and the title of the Regional Scout Plan 2010-2013, which built the foundation document for ourwork during the past three years. All actions undertaken by the Region havebeen developed and implemented in the context of this Plan alongside themaintenance of general services and the global Strategy for Scouting. Relevantelements of the World Scout Triennial Plan adopted by the World ScoutCommittee following the World Scout Conference in 2011 have also been takeninto consideration.The following pages reflect the value our collective contribution had to thedevelopment and growth of Scouting in Europe as well as our ability to focus onneeds and strengths of National Scout Organisations (NSOs) and National ScoutAssociations (NSAs) in our Region. Our efforts were able to profit from the solidfoundation previous European Regional Committees had prepared, for which weare grateful.At the beginning of the Triennium, the European Regional Committee’s focuswas to provide the objectives and related actions identified by the Plan with anappropriate operational framework and to recruit a group of volunteers willing tooffer their skills and expertise and invest some of their time to help theCommittee achieve the goals set in the Plan.The work related to the implementation of the Plan was complemented bycontinued Tailored Support of such NSOs and NSAs in the European Regionwhich had identified specific areas requiring support in the process of the Needsand Strengths Analysis launched by the Region during the first months of theTriennium.Without the commitment and enthusiasm of our Regional volunteers as well asthe valuable support of our dedicated staff team at the European RegionalOffice, implementing the Regional Scout Plan and the Resolutions adopted bythe 20
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European Scout Conference would have been much more challenging.We are deeply indebted to all of them for sharing their knowledge and expertise,and - in the case of our volunteers – we are also very grateful to theirassociations for recognising the valuable contribution they could make toRegional work.In an effort to further improve communications within the Region and as aresponse to a Conference Resolution requesting to have available a modern andeasily accessible platform of exchange, the Region’s previous monthlynewsletter Euro.Scout.Info was replaced by a new and innovative, informal

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