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Monitoring and Evaluation…wait, what?

Monitoring and Evaluation, huh? You’ve probably heard them before but ever wonder what they really are? Are they similar or are they different? Are they important to your association? Are they really scary as you thought they are? And how do you do it? If you’re in doubt, come and join this interactive session to […]

Sustainability Resources: Opening the Archives

WAGGGS and WOSM have been working on Sustainability for more than 15 years. Both the self-directed and facilitated discussion sessions will throw open the archives and revisit some of the great resources created before 2016. After all, recycling is very sustainable! ● The self-directed learning will focus on activities you can try out on your […]

Planning Greener Events

In this session it’s all about events, from start to finish – at least in the planning phase. We will talk about where to start and what to do and when. We will also talk about how we can all take small steps to make our events more sustainable one decision at the time. By […]

Free Being Me: A world free from appearance-based anxiety

Lack of body confidence is a major issue in our society, especially for young people who face increasing body image pressures from social media, advertising, and family and friends. Join us to discover more about how we can encourage young people to stand up and challenge beauty standards in our society by identifying them, seeing […]

Finding Our Path: Programme for and by Rovers & Rangers

In 2020, WAGGGS launched their “Finding Our Path” toolkit, after a call for more age-appropriate programme support. This toolkit was developed by volunteers working in both girls-only and co-educational settings. Rovers and Rangers: when our young members are finding their identities and way in life… ● How can we support and guide our young members […]

The menstrual cycle isn’t funny. Period.

For many millions of people around the world, having a period every month is not just an inconvenience. It can have a long-term detrimental impact on their life chances and cause serious health conditions and social exclusion. We want everyone to feel comfortable talking about menstrual hygiene so that we can start tackling the stigma […]

Learning by Doing – Capacity Development and Succession Planning

The session offers an opportunity to explore how to use existing structures as capacity building opportunities, utilising the spirit of ‘learning by doing’, both for the benefit of individual volunteers and the health of the wider MO/NSO/NSA. Taking the perspective of ‘opportunity providers’, we will work together to explore how to empower a more diverse […]