La venonta 20an ĝis la 23an de oktobro 2017, okazos la ĉi jara Ĵamboreo per la Aero kaj la Ĵamoreo per la Reto. Ili estas tutmondaj skolta kaj skoltinaj aranĝo per kiu membroj de la Skolta kaj Skoltina Movadoj klopodas kontakti aliajn membrojn kaj interŝanĝi personaj datoj por posta interŝanĝo.

JOTA naskis en la 50 jaroj por permesi al la skoltoj kiuj ne povas partopreni en Mondaj Skoltaj Ĵamboreoj nek en la aktiveco de Kuniĝu al Ĵamboreaj Tendumadoj, kaj estis ideo de radioamatoro el Britio. Ekde tiam, radioamatoroj de la tuta mondo helpas geskoltojn partopreni la eventon.

Post la apero de interreto, la evento ankaŭ transiris al la uzado de tiuj rimedoj kaj tio permesis ke gejunuloj povu vidi sin vid-al-vide.

Esperantaj skoltoj kunvenas ĉe en la kanalo #esperanto de IRC. Ni atendas vin tie!!!

Dinamikoj : Koroj

CELO:  Ĉi tiu dinamiko oni uzas por “rompi la glacion” kiam oni komencas novan grupon.
PARTOPRENANTOJ: ĝis 40 personoj.
PREPARADO:  En 20 folioj, desegnu ĉe la centro koron, uzante ruĝan krajonon. Oni tranĉas la foliojn en du pecoj, kaj la limoj devas esti neregulaj; farante tiel 40 malsamaj pecoj. Unu peco po partoprenanto.
a- Oni metas ĉiujn pecojn en la centro de tabulo, bone miksitaj;
b- Oni petas al ĉiu partoprenanto, ke oni prenu unu pecon de papero;
c- Poste, serĉu la partner(in)on kiu havas la alian duonon,  kaj ili devas koincidi perfekte;
d- Kiam oni trovas la korektan paron, ili devas paroli dum 5 minutoj pri si mem, ekz-e pri personaj datumoj, plaĉoj, hobioj, ktp
e.  Ĉe la fino de la tempo, la grupo kunvenas denove kaj unu prezentas la alian kaj esprimas iliajn spertojn pri la aktiveco.

4 New Scouts Associations into WOSM


The Republic of Iraq is a country in Western Asia. Its main ethnic groups are Arabs and Kurds. Others include Assyrians, Turkmen, Shabakis, Yazidis, Armenians, Mandeans, Circassians and Kawliya. The capital and largest city is Baghdad.

Scouting was introduced to the Iraqi community in 1914 and was suspended in 1999. Iraq Scout Association is the only recognised and registered Scout Association within the Republic of Iraq and is a member of the World Organization of the Scout Movement (WOSM).

The executive body of Iraq Scout Association is the Iraq Scout Council, which is established by virtue of a resolution issued by the Minister of Education. It has its legal personality and is financially and administratively independent.

The Iraqi Scouts numbered 50,818 in 2017. Its members comprise of male and female Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Senior Scout and Rovers.

Iraqi Scouts empower the spirit of national affiliation and leadership in the Iraqi local communities through the Scout programme, which is supported by the directorate of sport and school activities under the ministry of education and in cooperation with CBOs and NGOs.


The Scout Association of Macau (TSAM) was established in December 1983 with 200 members. The principles and methods of the Association are based on the legacy of Lord Baden-Powell, to inspire and guide the physical, mental and spiritual development of young people.

Since its establishment, the Association has been receiving full support from the government and from all social strata. A stable growth is maintained both in financial and human resources. In 2013, membership reached more than 2,400 members in three sections: Cub Scouts, Scouts and Venture Scouts.

Scouts in Macau are well known for their good turn, rendering community and charity services, such as the Charity Walk for Millions, the Green Day, the East Asian Games, just to name a few.

In recognition of the contribution of Scouts to their communities, The Scout Association of Macau was awarded by the former Governor of Macau and the Ex- Chief Executive of the Special Administrative Region of Macau the “Outstanding Youth Organization Award” and the “Medal of Philanthropic Merit” in 1998 and 2001 respectively. TSAM is recognised by the government as their partner in nation building through youth development and training.

Being a youth organisation in its early 30s, the Association has reached a level of maturity and efficiency to host international events in Macau. In coordination with the World Scout Bureau/Asia-Pacific Regional Office, TSAM created its national strategic plan in Macau in 2004. It did not take long and Macau has been hosting several training courses and major international meetings.
The Scout Association and continues its solidarity with local and international communities.


Escuteiros da Guiné-Bissau declared a Member Organization of WOSM

The Republic of Guiné-Bissau is (officially) a Portuguese-speaking country located in the western coast of Africa, sharing borders with Senegal and the Republic of Guinea.

Scouting was introduced in Portuguese Guiné in the year 1966, through the Catholic Church and the direct action of Father Artur Carreira das Neves. His aim was to provide young people with non-formal education based on the principles and methods of the Scout Movement. This led to the creation of Corpo Nacional de Escutas Guiné-Bissau – Catholic Scouting, which was forbidden in 1974, after the independence of the country and the installation of a unitary regime.

In 1993, along with the liberalisation and democratisation of the country, two Scout associations were raised, namely Corpo Nacional de Escutas da Guiné-Bissau (CNE-GB) and Organização dos Escuteiros da Guiné-Bissau (OEGB).

To fulfil the requirements of membership in the World Organization of the Scout Movement, the two associations signed an initial Memorandum of Understanding in January 2012 and, after an agreement in May 2016, which constituted the basis for a merge that gave place to only one Scout association: Escuteiros da Guiné-Bissau (EGB).

EGB is a voluntary, non-political, educational movement for young people open to all without distinction of gender, origin, race or creed, in accordance with the purpose, principles and method conceived by the founder of Scouting. Its aim is to contribute to the development of young people by supporting them in achieving their full potential as responsible citizens and members of their communities.

EGB is composed of 34 local groups spread throughout the country, with a total membership 9,698 individuals, including leaders. These groups can be pluri-confessional or linked to a certain religion. Traditionally, each local group is composed of four units, one for each age section (Cubs, Scouts, Ventures and Rovers). The coordination of EGB is done by a National Team (Direção Nacional) elected on a regular basis, in accordance with the statutes.


The Republic of San Marino is an enclaved microstate surrounded by Italy, and situated on the Italian Peninsula on the northeastern side of the Apennine Mountains. Established in 301 CE, San Marino claims to be the oldest extant sovereign state as well as the oldest constitutional republic in the world. It comprises 61 square kilometres and has a population of 33,562.

Scouting has been present in the territory of San Marino since the early days of Scouting, but was officially created in 1990 when AGECS was accepted as an Accredited NSO at the World Scout Conference in Paris. Prior to this there were close links with AGESCI in Italy, and those links remain strong.

Scouting is offered to young people aged eight to 11 years, called Lupetti (male) and Coccinelle (female); to young people aged 11 to 16 years, called Esploratori (male) and Guide (female); and Rover (male) and Scolta (female) for those 16 to 21 years. All three sections are present in all three groups.

There are three Scout Groups totalling 240 young people and 40 adults operating in three of the castles, or districts, of the local administration. Leader training is provided by their own Leader Trainers who work in conjunction with the adjacent AGESCI district to give depth of experience.

Its programme is developed in projects to take a holistic approach to programme development and based on an educational plan designed by the community of leaders for normally three years with constant revisions. Social issues are dealt with on a regular basis – the issue of drugs, and preparation for a local referendum being two topics seen during the visits made. Community service is provided through regular support for outreach programmes – drugs rehabilitation, inter-generational schemes assisting older members of the community, and public and civic service during events.

AGECS members have been regular participants to all World Scout Jamborees since achieving their Accredited NSO status. They are part of the Small Nations group in the European Region, participating in the Small Nations Jamborees.



In September 2003, a delegation from the World Organization of the Scout Movement (WOSM) and the Asia-Pacific Region (APR) visited Timor-Leste for the first time and began to coordinate the establishment of União Nacional dos Escuteiros de Timor-Leste (UNE-TL).

Following the drafting of the Constitution and By-Laws, with the help of the APR office, the first General Assembly was organised in Timor-Leste. Subsequently, the new Constitution and By-Laws were adopted, officers elected and the National Scout Organization formed.

After a three-year absence, Scouting was relaunched in the country after the Timor-Leste government signed a declaration on 20 April 2009, recognising UNE-TL or the Scout Association of Timor Leste.

In 2010, the APR office requested Scouts Australia to assist with the growth and development of Scouting in Timor-Leste, and to prepare the association for WOSM membership. Its application for membership on 22 March 2017 was endorsed by the World Scout Committee and approved on 22 June 2017.

Korea will host the 25th World Scout Jamboree

The World Scout Conference met in  Baku, Azerbaijan, choose South Korea for hosting the 25th World Scout Jamboree in 2023. Korea received 607 votes, against 365 of Polland.

Germanaj Skoltoj Ĵamboreumas por “Estonteco”

La pasinta semajno germanaj skoltoj BdP  kuntemdumis  por tutgermania ĵamboreo. Ĉi foje, la moto estis “Estonteco” . Jes, tiel. Ili uzis la esperantan vorton “Estonteco” tiel skribite rekte en Esperanto.  Kial ili uzis tiun ĉi vorton? Estos bona demando….

Scouting in Esperanto and Esperanto for Scouting

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