The celebration of the Centenary of Scouting worldwide takes place in 2007 with the biggest events that Scouting has ever seen.. The single theme for all events and activities for the Centenary of Scouting and the 21st World Scout Jamboree is: 2007: One World One Promise.

Today, Scouting is a million times bigger than when it first started. It involves girls and boys, men and women from every race, religion and culture, and nearly every country in the world.

2007 is an opportunity to promote the values, benefits and achievements of Scouting to the world, and also for the millions of Scouts around the world to make a real difference to the lives of others through their Centenary activities.

The 2007 World Scout Task Force, composed of representatives of World Scouting and of Scouting 2007, is leading the planning to realise this vision and help Scouts around the world make the 100th Anniversary objectives a reality:

To celebrate 100 years of Scouting

To demonstrate the unity of World Scouting

To improve and promote the quality of Scouting

To promote peace

To demonstrate the unique value of Scouting

To provide enjoyable and beneficial experiences

To demonstrate a commitment to nature and the environment

To show concern for all communities

This will be achieved through three main groups of Centenary Activities:

Worldwide Centenary Programmes,

World Centenary Events,

National and Local Celebrations


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