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24th World Conf report.doc
Version date: Oct. 10, 2005
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ISGF 24
th
World Conference 2005
Conference Report
23:14
Vote no. 14, Article XI, Organisational Levels.
This proposal from the Nordic NSGFs was withdrawn.
23:15
Vote no. 15, changes to Article VII, Item (a), Organisation of ISGF
Proposed new level: (d) Regions and Sub-Regions.
The proposal was carried by the required 2/3 majority.
23:16
Vote no. 16, changes to Article XI, Section 1 (a), Regions and Regional
Committees.
National Scout and Guide Fellowships are grouped together in geographical
areas known as regions.
NSGFs adjacent to two Regions may decide to join both Regions, after
consultation with the World Committee.
The proposal was carried by the required 2/3 majority.
23:17
Vote no. 17, changes to Article XI, Section 1 (b), item 2, Regions and Regional
Committees.
(2)
The Regional Committee is composed of members from within the
Region elected by their NSGFs.
The proposal was carried by the required 2/3 majority.
23:18
Vote no. 18, changes to Article, XI, Section 1 (b), item 3
(3)
Each Committee elects one of its members as Chairman and
informs the World Committee.
The proposal was carried by the required 2/3 majority.
23:19
Vote no. 19, changes to Article XI, section c, items 1 and 4,
(1)
To help the development of the International Scout and Guide
Fellowship within the Regions and to support their programme and
activities.
(4)
To develop relations at the Regional level with WAGGGS and
WOSM.
The proposal was carried by the required 2/3 majority.
23:20
Vote no. 20, changes to Article XI, Section 3 (new), Zones.
NSGFs from two or several Regions or Sub-Regions can regroup in a
geographical zone in the perspective of organising common activities,
social and community projects in accordance with the aims and
objectives of the ISGF and of advantage for the progress of the NSGFs.
Those NSGFs organise their activities by themselves in accordance with
the activities they have chosen. Being a member of a zone is compatible
with being a member of a Region or a Sub-Region.
The proposal was defeated.
23:21
Vote no. 21, changes to Article XIV, Section 2
The proposal dealt with the transition procedures involved with going from 12 to
8 members of the World Committee.
The proposal was withdrawn because it was considered not to belong in the
Constitution. No voting required.

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