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Scouting organizations in Australia.
Sites must be in the English language or have significant English content.
Nederlands language sites should be entered under Scouting Belgie
Sites en fran�ais liste under Scoutisme Belgique
Scouting and Guiding groups and organizations in Belgium
This category is restricted to the national council, regional, and local council, individual group, and section web sites, of the BSA and its auxiliary organizations. Sites pertaining to the BSA in its role as a national organization should be listed at United States in the Organizations category.
Sites about scouting in the United States that do not deal with organizations should be listed in the Scouting Regional sub-Category.

Sites concerning, History, Resources, Campsites, or any subject not pertaining directly to a group or council of the BSA should be listed in the appropriate sub-category. If you are unsure about proper placement please submit to Scouting and our editors will be happy to find the proper sub-category.
This sub-category is dedicated to the Groups and Councils of the Boy Scouts of America, a member of the World Organization of the Scout Movement - WOSM. The BSA was founded by Ernest Thompson Seton on the English model of Lord Robert Baden-Powell. The Boy Scouts of America was first incorporated on February 8, 1910 and subsequently chartered by Congress in 1916 as a private organization. The largest youth organization in the United States, the BSA works to provide an educational program for boys and young adults to build character, to train in the responsibilities of participating citizenship, and to develop personal fitness.
The CFIS is an umbrella association of several Canadian Traditional Scouting associations.
Councils, units and groups belonging to the Cyprus Scouts Association.
Sites must be in English, have English pages or significant English Content. Please submit to the World category for sites in the Danish language Sites with English/Danish content may be submitted to both this and the Danish category.
Scouting organizations and groups in Denmark.
Sites must be in the English language or have significant English content. Submit Finnish Language sites to the World category.
Scouting organizations and groups in Finland
Scouting organizations in France.
This category is restricted to listing web sites of Councils and Groups that belong to the United Kingdom Guide Association.

Sites that deal with the national organization of the Guide Association, with UK guiding and scouting in general and UK Guiding web sites that do not fit under any of the topical categories should be listed at:
Recreation/Scouting/Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom

The United Kingdom is the home of Guiding and Girl Scouting. Scouting in general began in August 1907 at a trial camp on Brownsea Island. Lord Robert Baden-Powell of Gilwell, now known the world over as B-P, conducted the camp. With the publication of B-P's "Scouting for Boys" early in 1908, a youth movement spontaneously sprung up. Soon afterwards, the Scout Association was formed by B-P to give structure to the movement and to organize training, called Wood Badge, for adult leaders. B-P quickly realized that girls were also participating in the movement, so, with his sister Agnes and later his wife, Olave, the Girl Guides and the Guide Association were also founded and developed. Further, B-P, with the aid of his brother, Warrington, an avid sailor and aficionado of canoe sailing, founded the Sea Scouts. Guiding and Girl Scouting rapidly developed into a worldwide organization and is today the world's largest youth movement for girls. B-P is universally recognized as the founder of Scouting.
Sites for groups and councils of the guiding association
This category lists sites by and about the individual groups and sections, and the councils within the Girl Guides of Canada other than at the National level. It is not a general site for Guides. For sites dealing with national Girl Guides Canada organizations see Recreation/Scouting/Regional/North_America/Canada Sites by a particular group, section or council but whose content is related to a topic (such as camp sites, a resource, campfire programs etc) should be listed under an appropriate topical category.
This category is dedicated to the groups, sections and councils of The Girl Guides of Canada other than at the national level. Formation of Guiding took place in Canada in 1910, immediately after its introduction in the United Kingdom in 1909. Guiding grew directly out of the Boy Scout organization when Baden-Powell found that girls had formed their own groups. Within months of the publication of Scouting for Boys in 1908, scouting groups had also sprung up in Canada. In 1910 Lord Baden-Powell asked the Earl Grey, then the Governor-General of Canada, to take the lead in developing scouting in Canada. Scouts Canada was chartered by the Parliament of Canada in 1914 under the name "Canadian General Council of Boy Scouts Associations".
Groups and Councils of the Association. These groups belong to the national WAGGGS member.
This category is for councils and groups belonging to the Girl Scouts of the USA. The category is broken down into more specific sub-categories of the Girl Scouts of the USA. Please submit to the appropriate sub-category that best fits your site.

Sub-categories include:
Councils
Districts
Service Units
Troops Daisy
Troops Brownie
Troops Junior
Troops Cadet and Senior
Troops Multi Level

If you can not decide which sub-category your submission belongs to please feel free to submit to this category and our editors will be happy to make that choice for you.

The Girl Scouts of the USA is a member of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts. WAGGS is the world's largest organization for girls — just for girls. It serve over 10 million of them around the globe through a program of five levels that span ages 5 to 25. The GSUSA has over 2.7 million members. It was founded by Juliette Low in 1912 after she returned from a trip to England where she had met scouting's founder Robert Baden-Powell.
Scouting organizations in Guernsey
Submit sites that are about a section, group or local council of Guides Australia. Australian sites about a specific topic should be listed under that topic (e.g. campsites, events, resources etc.) General sites about the guiding program in Australia should be listed under Recreation/Scouting/Regional/Oceania/Australia.
Guides Australia is a WAGGGS member association.
Councils and units of the Girl Guides of New Zealand.
Sites of scouting groups in the Armenian Cultural and Scouting Organization.
Scout organizations in Hong Kong
Scouting and Guiding organizations and units in India.
Submit sites of organizations that do not have their own category. The SAI and CSI are listed as separate sub-categories under FISA. Northern Ireland groups and units are listed under the United Kingdom Scout Association.
Scouting organizations in Ireland
Scouting organizations and groups on the Isle of Man.
Sites must be in English or have significant English content. Sites in Italiano should be submitted to Scoutismo
Scout groups and organizations in Italy
Scout and Guide organizations in Japan
Scouting on the island of Jersey
Sites must be in English or have significant English content. Sites in the Dutch (Nederlands) language should be entered at Nederland Scouting
Scouting organizations and groups in the Netherlands.
Scouting organizations and groups in Norway.
Plast is a Ukrainian Scouting association operating in many countries.
Sites must be in the English language or have significant English content. Sites in the Polish language must be listed in Harcerstwo
Scouting organizations in Poland
Councils and Groups belonging FISA. FISA is the WOSM member organization for Ireland. As of January 1, 2004 the Catholic Scouting Ireland and Scout Association of Ireland have amalgamated under the name Scouting Ireland.
This category is for operational units of Scouting New Zealand. It is restricted to the national council, regional and local council, individual group, and section web sites of Scouting New Zealand. Auxiliary organizations, or sites pertaining to Scouts Australia in its role as a national organization should be listed at New Zealand.

Sites concerning, History, Resources, Campsites, or any subject not pertaining directly to a group or council of Scouting New Zealand should be listed in the appropriate sub-category. If you are unsure about proper placement please submit to Scouting and our editors will be happy to find the proper sub-category.

Please submit sites using the title and description format in the style of the sites already listed in the Directory.
Groups and Councils of the association known as Scouting New Zealand, a WOSM member organization.
Submit sites of National Organization, Local Councils and Groups.
Official scouting body of the Malaysian scouts movement based in Jalan Hang Jebat, Kuala Lumpur.
This category is for operational units of Scouts Australia. It is restricted to the national council, regional and local council, individual group, and section web sites of Scouts Australia. Auxiliary organizations, or sites pertaining to Scouts Australia in its role as a national organization should be listed at Australia.

Sites concerning, History, Resources, Campsites, or any subject not pertaining directly to a group or council of Scouts Australia should be listed in the appropriate sub-category. If you are unsure about proper placement please submit to Scouting and our editors will be happy to find the proper sub-category.

Please submit sites using the title and description format in the style of the sites already listed in the Directory.
Scouts Australia is a WOSM member association.
This category is for operational units of Scouts Canada. It is restricted to the national council, regional and local council, individual group, and section web sites of Scouts Canada. Auxiliary organizations, or sites pertaining to Scouts Canada in its role as a national organization should be listed at Canada.

Sites concerning, History, Resources, Campsites, or any subject not pertaining directly to a group or council of Scouts Canada should be listed in the appropriate sub-category. If you are unsure about proper placement please submit to Scouting and our editors will be happy to find the proper sub-category.

Please submit sites using the title and description format in the style of the sites already listed in the Directory.
Scouts Canada is Canada's largest Scout association and national member association of the World Organization of the Scout Movement (WOSM). Within months of the publication of Scouting for Boys in 1908, Scout Troops had sprung up in Canada. In 1910 Lord Baden-Powell asked the Earl Grey, then the Governor-General of Canada, to take the lead in developing Scouting in Canada. Scouts Canada was chartered by the Parliament of Canada in 1914 under the name "Canadian General Council of Boy Scouts Associations". The name was eventually changed to "Boy Scouts of Canada" then to "Scouts Canada".
Submit sites of Grecian Scout organizations in the English language or with significant English content.
Scouting organizations and groups in Greece.
Councils and units of the Hong Kong Association.
Submit sites concerning the groups of the Scout Association of Malta.
The Scout Association of Malta was the first to be recognized as an independent overseas scouting organization within the Scout Association. Baden-Powell had spent a significant part of his military career in Malta and had a special affinity for the Maltese Scouts.
WOSM member association.
Scouting and Guiding groups in Singapore
Scouting groups with the Singapore Scout Association
Councils and Groups of the South African Scout Association.
WOSM member association.
Swedish Scouting Councils and groups.
Scouting units and organizations in the Ukraine
This category is for General Scouting Organizations and unaffiliated units. Girlguiding UK councils and units should be properly categorized under the Association''s category. Similarly the Scout Association councils and units should be properly categorized under that Association''s category.
Scouting organizations in the U.K.
This category is restricted to listing web sites of Councils and Groups that belong to the United Kingdom Scout Association. Council sites are listed separately from the Groups and Sections. If the site relates to a particular section it should be listed in that section. We do not separately list section pages of group sites.

Sites that deal with national issues of the Scout Association, with UK scouting in general, and UK scouting web sites that do not fit under any of the topical categories should be listed at:
Recreation/Scouting/Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom

Sites of United Kingdom Scouting organizations that are not Councils or Groups of the Scout Association should be listed under Recreation/Scouting/Organizations/United_Kingdom
The United Kingdom is the home of Scouting where it began in August 1907 at a trial camp on Brownsea Island. Lord Robert Baden-Powell of Gilwell, now known the world over as B-P, conducted the camp. With the publication of B-P's "Scouting for Boys" early in 1908, a youth movement spontaneously sprung up. Soon afterwards, the Scout Association was formed by B-P to give structure to the movement and to organize training, called Wood Badge, for adult leaders. Guiding was also begun in the United Kingdom. B-P quickly realized that girls were also participating in the movement, so, with his sister Agnes and later his wife, Olave, the Girl Guides were founded and developed. Further, B-P, with the aid of his brother, Warrington, an avid sailor and aficionado of canoe sailing, also founded the Sea Scouts. Scouting rapidly developed into a worldwide organization and is today the largest youth movement in the world. B-P is universally recognized as the founder of Scouting.
Scouting organizations
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