The Sessions

You can click on the sessions titles for more info about the session.

Date and time Choice 1 Choice 2 Choice 3 Choice 4 Choice 5 Choice 6 Choice 7 Choice 8
01 November  AM Influencing Youth Policy on a national and local level Brand Story Youth Mobility – Scouting and Guiding across borders Better World Framework Growth I – Growth Diving From Myths to Facts: Guidelines to welcoming Refugees and Migrant Youth in Scouting and Guiding Different Ways to use Social Media as an Educational Tool The Management of Volunteers in Scouting and Guiding
01 November  PM Implementing world policies at national level – Adult volunteers in Scouting and Guiding Developing a strategy in Scout and Guide organisations   (step 1) Opportunities for Guides and Scouts on international political platforms How can scouting and guiding become an irrelevant movement for the society! How to manage a risky endeavour, crash course in risk management Building bridges together. Partnerships between organisations Scouts and Guides – Active Global Citizens Social Impact – How Scouts can have the maximum impact of individuals and society in an efficient, effective and measured way
02 November  AM Growth II – Mastering Growth In the shoes of the migrants: playing the “game” of their journey to safety Building bridges together. Partnerships between organisations Accesible Decision Making Change: don’t skip, manage it… Better World Framework Dialogue for Peace – a Skill for Life The Management of Volunteers in Scouting and Guiding
02 November  PM Implementing world policies at national level – Adult volunteers in Scouting and Guiding Campaigning 101 Communications Strategy & Results Inclusive management of events Developing a strategy in Scout and Guide organisations    (step 2) Be the Change! Develop your advocacy skills and discover a new advocacy programme Embracing the youth in youth organisations – implementing policies for youth involvement throughout the organisation “Founding, Finding, Funding:

How to start…”

03 November  AM Growth II – Mastering Growth Brand Story Change: don’t skip, manage it… From Myths to Facts: Guidelines to welcoming Refugees and Migrant Youth in Scouting and Guiding Accesible Decision Making Developing a strategy in Scout and Guide organisations   (step 1) How to implement a strategic plan (performance management, monitoring and evaluation) Different Ways to use Social Media as an Educational Tool
03 November  PM Governing success: National Boards and their role in changing times “Founding, Finding, Funding:

How to start…”

How to manage a risky endeavour, crash course in risk management Scouts and Guides – Active Global Citizens How can scouting and guiding become an irrelevant movement for the society! The spiritual dimension in Scouting and Guiding. Opportunities for Guides and Scouts on international political platforms Growth I – Growth Diving
04 November  AM Developing a strategy in Scout and Guide organisations   (step 2) Behaviour in the spotlight: Keeping integrity in Scouting and Guiding Influencing Youth Policy on a national and local level Social Impact – How Scouts can have the maximum impact of individuals and society in an efficient, effective and measured way Dialogue for Peace – a Skill for Life Youth Mobility – Scouting and Guiding across borders The spiritual dimension in Scouting and Guiding. Communications Strategy & Results
04 November  PM Campaigning 101 In the shoes of the migrants: playing the “game” of their journey to safety Embracing the youth in youth organisations – implementing policies for youth involvement throughout the organisation Inclusive management of events How to implement a strategic plan (performance management, monitoring and evaluation) Be the Change! Develop your advocacy skills and discover a new advocacy programme Social Impact – How Scouts can have the maximum impact of individuals and society in an efficient, effective and measured way

There is 32 spotlight sessions offered at the Academy, designed to allow participants to explore a topic in some depth.  Each participant will be able to choose 2 each day.  The topics were proposed by the Europe Region Working Groups to align with the priorities of the current triennium.  They are broadly grouped into 5 themes. One single session can belong to one or more themes:

Find here a little overview of the sessions that will be offered by each theme:

 

 

 

 

 

You can choose to select your personal learning path from one or more themes and will have the chance to sign up for at least some sessions in advance.

In addition there will be a number of shorter sessions (30 minutes) we are calling “Points of Light” offered each day which will again link to the themes of the triennium but will be designed to be active, engaging and give you first-hand experience of activities you could take back home.  We hope you will use these to explore things you might not otherwise have chosen to find out about.