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At the international level there are several programme frameworks for rovers. These programmes focus is set on one or several areas of the backbone of youth frameworks for the rover age range are a complement to your national scout association specific programme for that age section.

Programme frameworks as the “Scouts of the World Award” or the “International Award” are managed by specific teams whithin our outside WOSM which can provide you or your National Scout Organisation/ Associaiton with support on their promotion, implementation and follow up.



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The Scouts of the World Award is an initiative to help National Scout Organisations revitalise the programme of Senior Sections (15-26 age range) by giving young people more opportunities to face the challenges of the future as identified by the Millennium Declaration unanimously adopted by the 189 member countries of the United Nations in 2000:
Peace, security and disarmament; Development and the eradication of poverty; The protection of our common environment.
It is proposed to young people from 15 to 26 years old, Scouts (Senior-Scouts and Rover sections) or non-Scouts, willing to contribute to make the world a better place. It should help to improve the programme of the senior sections (over 15). This is why National Scout Organisations are invited to integrate the Scouts of the World Award within the programme of their Senior-Scout or Rover sections.


The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award (‘the Award’) is open to all 14-24 year olds regardless of their background. The Award is about personal development not competition with others. It enables young people to learn practical and social skills that are valuable to their life and career development.
The Award is comprised of three levels (Bronze, Silver, and Gold) and four sections: Service Skills Physical recreation Adventurous journey
Participants complete all four sections at each level in order to achieve their Award. At Gold level, participants also complete a Residential Project.


The World Scout Environment Programme is a collection of tools, resources and initiatives to support the development of environment education in Scouting around the world. The programme is based on a set of environmental principles and aims that provide a foundation for environment education in Scouting.