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Our WSEC Blackboard Day 2

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Hana Pasic

on 5 December 2013

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Transcript of Our WSEC Blackboard Day 2

Our WSEC Blackboard
This is a place where we note our thoughts from discussions virtually - and enable everyone to see them and contribute!
Exponential Opportunity Growth
Globalization
Communications
Our societies
Mobility
Diversity
Complexity
Interconnectivity
Fast change
Social media
New technologies
Information overload
Marginalization
Violence
Unemployment
Social inequality
Urbanization
Secularization
Education
Rethinking formal education
Questioning inherited values
TRENDS WE OBSERVE
WHY SHOULD WE CARE?
Formal and no-formal education less differentiated
The Scout Method is gaining credibility
The Scouting values are also potentially questioned
HOW DO WE RESPOND?
Reinforce use of Scout Method and focusing on the purpose of Scouting
Rethinking our relationship to formal education and cooperation models
Loss of membership (youth and adult)
Increased sharing
Narrowing or expanding the target group
Changing young people's environment and perspectives on life
Intergenerational gap is widening - risk of disconnect
Continuous evaluation and frequent adaptation of Youth Programme (or activities offered) -> measuring our impact
Increased flexibility of structures and processes
Risk of falling behind
Youth Programme should develop "21st century" skills - in order to remain relevant to young people's needs and wants
New ways of communication affect people's behaviour and inter-relations
Integrate new technologies into the Youth Programme and operations
Risk of being "offline" - when everyone else is online
"Lost in translation" - we risk our message not being properly heard
Affects the way we deliver Scouting
Affecting the relevance of the Scout Promise and Law
Increasing empowerment and responsibility as elements of the Youth Programme
Affects well-being and prospects of young people
Openly discuss secularization
Direction in life and reinforcing personal values
Breaking the bubble and taking action in society
Reinforce Scouting as a learning environment (vs teaching)
Promote diversity as an opportunity to inrease the relevance of Scouting
Be more open and forward looking as a movement
Improve intergenerational dialogue and cooperation
Promote recognition of scouting among all stakeholders and society
Engage more with society to promote social impact and active citizenship of our scouts
Adopt our volunteering opportunities to more diverse adult population
Increased competition for people and resources
Young people have challenges in processing too much information
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