32. verdenskonferanse i WOSM
|Dato||23.–27. juli 1990 |
32. verdenskonferanse i WOSM
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Det ble vedtatt følgende resolusjoner under 32. verdenskonferanse i WOSM, opplysninger fra nettstedet til WOSM, scout.org:
- 1990-01 Registration of Member Organizations and Accredited National Scout Organizations – The Conference - records with pleasure the admission of the following associations as members of the World Organization of the Scout Movement, effective as of 23 July 1990: - Association Nationale du Scoutisme Comorien - Czech and Slovak Association of Scouts and Guides - The Scout Association of Dominica - Association Nationale des Scouts de Guinee - Council of Hungarian Scouting - Maldives Boy Scouts Association - records with pleasure that the World Scout Committee has decided, in accordance with the Constitution, to include in the official list of Scout Organizations, as Accredited National Scout Organizations, the following associations: Effective 28 April 1990 - The Catholic Guides and Scouts Association of San Marino Effective 22July 1990 - Boy Scouts of Namibia - St. Lucia Scout Association - The Scout Association of St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
- 1990-02 Growth of the Movement – The Conference - noting that membership of the World Organization of the Scout Movement has doubled during the last twenty years - considering that today, in the countries where Scouting exists, an average of 2.65 young people per hundred of Scout age is a member of the Movement - believing that, as a result of the 'Strategy for Scouting', the Movement should benefit a greater number of young people, particularly those most in need of the Movement's benefit - considering that growth, in a volunteer Movement, is a sign of health and of quality - recognizing that it is up to each National Scout Organization to establish the rate, objectives and rhythm of its growth, and that the growth of WOSM's membership is the total of each National Organization's growth - mindful that WOSM will hold its first World Scout Conference of the Third Millennium in the year 2002 - invites each National Scout Organization to establish a plan for growth, including a membership figure for the year 2002 - requests the five Regions, prior to the World Conference in Bangkok in 1993, to record all the national objectives which have been established accordingly and, on the basis of these, to determine a regional membership objective and provide the support to National Organizations in achieving it - requests the World Committee to report to the 33rd World Conference in Bangkok on the total growth objectives for WOSM in the year 2002 as a basis for the further development of the Strategy for Scouting - decides to review progress towards achieving these objectives at each forthcoming Conference.
- 1990-03 Registration Fees – The Conference - recognizing that annual registration fees continue to constitute 70% of the operational income of the World Organization of the Scout Movement and should therefore be adapted, at least partially, to match inflation - noting that the notion of fee per capita is stated in the Constitution and By-Laws of WOSM under Article XXII, paragraph 1 - believing that membership expansion should not cause an exaggerated financial burden on Member Organizations - resolves that the following adaptations be made to the present registration fee system to ensure that the system continues to achieve its objective: (i) the base line of US$250 [Per Capita Income of the country under which a Member Organization pays a flat fee of SF 300) be raised to US$300 (ii) the basic fee rote be partially adopted to inflation and increased by SF 0.02 every year for the period prior to the next World Conference, thus becoming: - SF O.44 for the fiscal year 1990-199 l (increase of 4.76% over 1989-1990) - SF O.46 for the fiscal year 1991-1992 (increase of 4.55% over 1990-1991) - SF 0.48 for the fiscal year 1992-1993 (increase of 4.34% over 1991-1992) - resolves that the membership figures as at 31st December 1986 serve as the basis for the calculation of the registration fee for fiscal year 1990-199 l and that the membership figures as at 3lst December 1990 serve as the basis for the calculation of registration fees for fiscal year 1991-1992 and 1992-1993 - resolves that, irrespective of the membership of a Member Organization as at 31st December 1990, any increase in the annual fee expressed in Swiss francs payable for l 991-1992 will not exceed 5%, compared with the registration fee payable for 1990-1991, and that the above principle of limiting any annual increase to a maximum of 5% over the previous year be applied to subsequent years.
- 1990-04 World Programme Policy – The Conference - recognizing that Youth Programme is the principal means of achieving the purpose of Scouting and is the key to attracting and retaining members - mindful that the document “Towards a Strategy for Scouting” identified weakness in the area of Youth Programme as perhaps the single most important issue facing Scouting - adopts the statement contained in Conference Document Nº 6 as the World Programme Policy - strongly urges National Scout Organizations to take the necessary steps to reflect this policy in their own policies and procedures and to dedicate adequate resources to the development and delivery of their Youth Programme - requests the World Committee to take all necessary steps to continue to provide support to National Scout Associations in this field.
- 1990-05 Adults in Scouting – The Conference - recognizing the need for an overall policy for adults supporting young people in the Scout Movement, and as an integral part of the Strategy for Scouting - adopts the principles of Adults in Scouting stated in Conference Document Nº 7 relating to the management of adult human resources - requests National Scout Organizations to consider how the principles of Adults in Scouting could be reflected in policies and procedures at their own level - invites the Regional Conferences to include the subject of Adults in Scouting on their agendas and to report regularly thereon to the World Committee - requests the World Committee to take the necessary steps to enable the practical implementation of these principles at all levels and report back on progress at the next Conference - invites National Scout Organizations to contribute to the task of the World Committee by volunteering to field-test specific elements of the principles of Adults in Scouting.
- 1990-06 International Solidarity (Chernobyl) – The Conference - considering the favourable and enthusiastic response to the programme of solidarity with the children of Chernobyl made by Scout groups and associations and by local and national authorities - considering the positive consequences of this experience for the children benefitting from it, for Scout solidarity and between nations, and also for the image of Scouting - recommends to the World Committee, to Regional Committees and to National Scout Organizations that this type of action be promoted and strengthened in all Regions
- 1990-07 Revival of Scouting in Central and Eastern European Countries – The Conference - recognizes as an historic event the revival of Scouting in Central and Eastern European countries - calls on the World Scout Committee and National Scout Organizations to support in every appropriate way the revival of Scout Organizations in these countries - requests that the practice of Scouting in these countries take place with due respect to cultural, spiritual and social pluralism.
- 1990-08 Participation in World Events – The Conference - recognizing the rapid changes in the political structures of the world today, which open the possibility to many new national associations to become members of the WOSM in the near future - directs the World Committee to study the participation in world events of such national associations from non-member countries in restricted numbers and with appropriate adult support and to develop provisional guidelines relating thereto - authorizes the World Committee, in the meantime, on a case-by-case basis, to suspend the application of Resolution 1947-15 and Resolution 1949-18 - requests the World Committee to report back to the 33rd World Scout Conference with a view to either reaffirming the existing position or developing new policy guidelines.
- 1990-09 Strategy for Scouting – The Conference - notes with pleasure the excellent progress made in the implementation of the WOSM priorities identified in the document "Towards a Strategy for Scouting"(Resolution 1988-02) as well as the identification of the new priority on the growth of Scouting (Resolution 1990-02) - recommends that the World Committee pursue its implementation of the work on the "Strategy" and report thereon to the next World Conference - recommends to the World Committee to continue to involve National Scout Organizations in the development of the "Strategy" - urges National Scout Organizations to assist the World Committee in the implementation of the "Strategy" as well as to develop strategies at their own level.
- 1990-10 Scouting and Values Transmission – The Conference - expresses its appreciation to the Chairman of the World Scout Committee and to the Secretary General for their reports and the particular emphases given therein to: - the importance of the spiritual dimension in the personal development of young people and in the youth programmes offered to them - the need for community development as an effective expression of Scout solidarity and awareness of the duties we have as Scouts towards others - the priority to be given to conservation of the environment in order to develop harmony between Man and Nature, in full application of the Scout Method - Scouting's global educational approach and the consequent need to coordinate the efforts at all levels in terms of organization, youth programme, adult leader training and particularly research, in order to reinforce the dynamism and growth of the Scout Movement - thanks the World Scout Bureau for the work accomplished and for the increasingly close and clear connection established among National Scout Organizations - encourages the World Committee and the Secretary General to continue along the same lines and to promote the pursuit of a deeper knowledge of the basic values of the Scout Method - invites National Scout Organizations and the World Bureau to increase and develop the mutual exchange of information so as to achieve an effective communication concerning progress and an active awareness of the worldwide dimension of the Movement.
- 1990-11 Qualitative Improvement in Scouting – The Conference - taking into account the common purpose of National Scout Organizations to offer to young people Scouting adapted to their interests and needs - considering the importance of the relationship between the growth of the Scout Movement and the quality of the Scouting that each National Scout Organization offers - recognizing the need for a philosophy and a methodology to support the improvement of quality - requests the World Committee to present a proposal to the 33rd World Scout Conference to improve quality in Scouting - suggests to the World Committee that this proposal should include: - guiding principles for a philosophy on quality - methodology for the implementation and evaluation of quality, taking into account the priorities identified in the document “Towards a Strategy for Scouting” giving special emphasis to the Youth Programme - requests National Scout Organizations that already have a quality improvement process or system to share it with other organizations in their own Region.
- 1990-12 Youth Programme Principles in World Events – The Conference - recognizing and appreciating the educational approach adopted by the World Committee in the document “Youth Programme: The World Programme Policy” - requests the World Committee to ensure that these same principles are applied to the fullest extent possible when international youth events (World Jamborees, World Moots, etc.) are organized.
- 1990-13 Environment – The Conference - noting that, within the Constitution of the World Organization, respect for the integrity of the natural world is part of the fundamental principles of the Scout Movement and programmes taking place in contact with nature are part of its educational method - recognizing that the protection of nature and of the environment represents one of the greatest and most vital challenges of our times - aware that the Scout Movement has historically played a pioneering role in environmental education and action - conscious of the need to revitalize the role of Scouting and its visibility in that key sector - urges National Scout Organizations to strengthen the ecological and environmental dimensions within their youth programmes, adult leader training and the totality of the operation of the organization - requests the World Committee to assist National Scout Organizations with tools needed to achieve this objective.
- 1990-14 World Scout Environment Year – The Conference - applauds the decision of the World Committee to declare World Scout Environment Year and urges National Scout Organizations to find new and creative ways to encourage their Scouts to participate in activities related to environmental education and action throughout the Year - welcomes the publication of Help to Save the World and Scouting: Action for the Environment and expresses its appreciation to the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF International) and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) for their generous technical and financial support which enabled these important tools to be made available to Scout associations - encourages further close cooperation between these organizations and the Scout Movement at world, regional and national level.
- 1990-15 International Day of Peace – The Conference - noting that different kinds of Peace activities involving many Scouts and Guides took place during Peace Week 1989 - believing firmly in the aim of “Peace - one day, at least” - recognizing that the 26 million Scouts and Guides constitute an important force in the world - noting that the General Assembly of the United Nations, in November 1981, declared in Resolution 36/67 that the opening day of the regular session of the General Assembly each year will be officially dedicated and observed as the International Day of Peace and shall be devoted to commemorating and strengthening the ideas of peace both within and among all nations and peoples - decides that, to promote peace education and to show our sincere dedication to peace, the World Organization will promote the United Nations' International Day of Peace on the third Tuesday of September each year - encourages all National Scout Organizations to initiate and participate in activities related to Peace on that day under the theme “Peace - one day, at least”.
- 1990-16 Convention on the Rights of the Child – The Conference - considering that the respect and protection of the dignity of the child and his or her moral, social, legal and cultural rights represent a basic condition for a healthier and safer future of humanity - recognizing the fundamental obligation of a youth movement to protect and promote the best interests of children and young people - welcomes the adoption of the Convention on the Rights of the Child by the General Assembly of the United Nations on 20 November 1989 - expresses its support to the provisions of the Convention - invites all National Scout Organizations to play an active role in encouraging their Government to ratify the Convention and in promoting its dissemination among adults and children - encourages National Scout Organizations to find creative means to familiarize their leaders with the articles of the Convention and to use them in understanding the needs of children and young people.
- 1990-17 World Community Development Camp – The Conference - accepts the invitation of Gerakan Pramuka to host a World Community Development Camp (World COMDECA) in Indonesia for the 16-25 age range, subject to receipt by 31 December 1990 of a guarantee in writing from the Government of Indonesia that members of all National Scout Organizations will be allowed entry to the host country - requests the World Committee to discuss with Gerakan Pramuka possible dates in 1993, taking into account the capabilities of Gerakan Pramuka and the need to avoid conflict of dates with already planned events addressed to the same age range - calls for invitations to this event to be extended to all WOSM member organizations and also to WAGGGS member organizations in the same manner as for World Jamborees - welcomes the idea of organizing a "Summer University on Scouting and Development in conjunction with the World COMDECA and requests the World Committee to take practical steps to implement this idea in cooperation with Gerakan Pramuka.
- 1990-18 Partnership Between Scout Associations – The Conference - considering the new global context of international relationships and the will expressed by 20 Scout and Guide associations from the North and the South who met at the Kigali Forum in January 1990 in order to develop harmonious relations between partners - invites National Scout Organizations to examine the conclusions of the Forum, known as the “Kigali Charter”, and to use this charter as a reference framework for their partnerships with other Scout and Guide associations - recommends that the World Committee takes every possible opportunity to promote partnership, which is the key element of the charter.
- 1990-19 WAGGGS/WOSM Relationships – The Conference - appreciating the efforts made by the WAGGGS/WOSM Consultative Committee to further improve the cooperation between the two World Organizations - recognizing that there can be differences of opinion between Guide and Scout Associations as to organizational structures and membership target groups - reaffirming that it is the duty and the privilege of each National Association to decide upon its own affairs within the framework of the Constitution of the World Organization of the Scout Movement - recommends to the World Scout Committee to continue its dialogue with WAGGGS for the purpose of encouraging National Scout and Guide Associations to seek mutual understanding in the best possible ways of offering Scouting and Guiding to young people.
- 1990-20 WAGGGS/WOSM Relationships – The Conference - stressing the common fundamental principles of WAGGGS and WOSM - recognizing the good relationship between WAGGGS and WOSM in recent years despite the difficulties such a cooperation sometimes can bring about - requests the World Committee of WOSM to continue the cooperation between both World Organizations in favour of the educational needs of all young women and young men in the world.
- 1990-21 Official Languages of WOSM – The Conference - considering the importance of international communication between Scouts - considering the very positive introduction of Spanish and Arabic as working languages in the 32nd World Scout Conference - encourages the World Scout Committee to offer this facility at future World Conferences - asks the World Committee to seek means to provide the possibility of working in Spanish and Arabic as additional languages during plenary sessions at future World Conferences.
- 1990-22 Facilities for World Scout Conferences – The Conference - noting that previous World Conferences have recommended that arrangements be made to provide accommodation and facilities for delegates at costs which are acceptable to all National Scout Organizations - recognizing the many benefits which derive from members of delegations at World Conferences meeting together informally - directs the World Committee to liaise closely with potential Host Committees of future World Conferences to ensure that members of all delegations can be accommodated at acceptable cost and, if at all possible, in a single complex.
- 1990-23 Participation in World Events – The Conference - notes with great satisfaction the large number of delegations present, thereby enabling all National Associations to express their views - requests the World Committee to examine every possibility of organizing each world event in such a way as to facilitate the participation of all National Scout Associations.
- 1990-24 World Conference Working Methods – The Conference - having adopted important new policies for Youth Programme and Adults in Scouting, which form the basis for extensive work in these fields in the coming years - appreciates the World Scout Committee's effort to provide more opportunities for Conference participants to comment on the main subjects during plenary sessions - recommends to the World Committee in its planning for future World Conferences to involve all participants even more actively during the Conference by using a greater variety of working methods, thus providing opportunities for National Scout Organizations to learn from each other and to improve the dialogue necessary to shape the future strategy of World Scouting.
- 1990-25 Cost of Publications – The Conference - congratulates the World Scout Bureau on the ongoing production of useful literature in support of the achievement of the purpose of the Scout Movement - calls for further effort to be devoted in order to reduce the cost of certain publications of the World Scout Bureau to support Youth Programme and Adult Leader Training and to make it possible for less affluent associations to purchase and benefit from them to a larger extent - recommends to the World Bureau to carry out a market study to explore ways of reducing the cost of publications and of their distribution; and, while keeping adequate control over the content, design, quality, marketing and distribution priorities, to arrange the production of literature in those countries which offer adequate facilities and the lowest cost.
- 1990-26 Registration Fee Arrears – The Conference - noting that many countries have fallen behind with their registration fee payments for many years - considering that it would be a pity if their financial situation were to hinder their growth and future youth activities as called for in Resolution 1990-02 - encourages National Scout Organizations to demonstrate solidarity and brotherhood with those less fortunate Scout Organizations which owe registration fee arrears to the World Organization by assisting them to meet their constitutional financial obligations.
- 1990-27 World Scout Foundation – The Conference - considering that the growth in quality and quantity of our Movement demands new financial means - expresses its deep gratitude to the World Scout Foundation for continuing its substantial financial contribution to the World Organization of the Scout Movement - extends appreciation for the Foundation's willingness to address both immediate and longterm needs of the World Organization by developing and launching a pro-active investment policy and major gifts effort - reiterates its appeal to all National Scout Organizations to support the efforts of the World Scout Foundation as it endeavours to increase its ability to meet the financial needs of the World Organization.
- 1990-28 Baden-Powell World Fellowship – The Conference - congratulates the World Scout Foundation on the growth of the Baden-Powell World Fellowship demonstrated by the recruitment of 270 new Fellows from around the world including 8 new countries since the last World Scout Conference - honours all 782 Fellows from 65 countries and thanks them for their contributions to the permanent endowment fund of the World Scout Foundation - recognizes that the Baden-Powell World Fellowship will be 1O years old on 22 February 1992 and encourages all National Scout Organizations to support the "Campaign 1000" to increase the Fellowship to 1,000 members by its 10th anniversary.
- 1990-29 World Scout Badge – The Conference - considering that, since the adoption of Resolution 1988-10 encouraging National Scout Organizations to allocate a part of the income from the sale of the World Scout Badge to the development of Scouting worldwide, through the World Scout Foundation, the following has occurred: - over 8 million Scouts and leaders now have the opportunity to wear the World Scout Badge, signifying their membership in a worldwide organization - over SF 100,000 has been contributed by 9 associations to the World Scout Foundation as a result of this effort, assisting the Foundation in maintaining its level of support for the World Organization - this plan has provided members of the World Movement, including Scouts, with an opportunity to financially support the World Organization - today, approximately one half of all Scouts and leaders in the world, representing 24 Scout Associations, are given the opportunity to wear the World Scout Badge and therefore make a contribution to the World Scout Foundation - encourages all remaining National Scout Associations to implement Resolution 1988-10 and allocate a part of the income from the sale of the World Scout Badge to the development of Scouting worldwide, through the World Scout Foundation.
- 1990-30 World Scout Parliamentary Union – The Conference - commends the creation of the World Scout Parliamentary Union - requests the cooperation of National Scout Organizations in strengthening the World Scout Parliamentary Union to support the interests of the Movement worldwide. 
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