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ISGF 24
th
World Conference 2005
Conference Report
continent for the first time. Tozeur, an oasis at the threshold of the desert will be the location
for the Conference. Due to climatic reasons, the Conference will be scheduled in autumn
2008.
Expansion
Three new countries from three different regions joined ISGF: Bahrain, Ghana and Panama.
Ambassadors Guild
A gift of 10,000 USD was given to WAGGGS and WOSM.
Action Time presentation
There were presentations* from Austria, Denmark, Greece, Netherlands and UK. There was
also a presentation on the Stamp Bank.
Photo contest
13 photos from five countries, Curacao Netherlands Antilles, Denmark, Malaysia, the
Netherlands and the United Kingdom were received. The youth forum was responsible for
awarding the prizes.
The "support to Scouting and Guiding" first prize was granted to The Netherlands, the
second and third prizes, to the United Kingdom;
The "working for the environment" first prize was awarded to The Netherlands (only one
photo received in this category);
The "support to the community" first and third prizes were won by Malaysia, the second prize
by The Netherlands.
These photos will be used for publicity purposes.
Key issues
ISGF is an organisation with a great number of very committed and skilled members. More
than ever we have to value and nurture this potential. We need to recognise the strong and
enormous achievement over the past 50 years.
So let us move along with confidence and belief. ISGF has often been criticized by its own
members. Critics are necessary when they are constructive. Today ISGF proved that it
stands firm and can hold its future in its hands. So we need to stand back, make our
introspection and work out our Image from the inside if we want to promote a positive image
of ISGF to the outside World.
Another key issue has been raised to WAGGGS/WOSM: how they see our relationship. We
need to find to which extent we can be complementary in our cooperation at all levels - local,
national and international. We all share one world and the same ideals. How can ISGF that
has the expertise and the volunteers meet the expectations and needs of the Youth
movement while remaining independent?
World Bureau,
Brussels, 15 September 2005
* These presentations are available on our website or upon request from the World Bureau.

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