Ancillary Events


Each National Scout Organization shall appoint two delegates and a maximum of eight observers to the Youth Forum (total of ten participants). Participants from NSOs must be endorsed by the National Scout Orgnization and must be 18 to 26 years old on the date of the forum. Born between 14 February 1995 to 10 February 2004. 


Date 9-10, 12-13 February 2022 via Zoom (download Zoom backgrounds here)
Responsibilities of Participants

One of the responsibilities of participants to the Youth Forum is to inform the Youth Forum Planning Committee through their National Scout Organizations about the topics they are interested in and would like to discuss during the Youth Forum.


1. To provide young people the opportunity to participate in decision-making.
2. The youth forum gives young people the avenue to enhance their skills in decision-making at the institutional level of Scouting.
3. National Scout Organizations are also encouraged to include young people in the conference delegation as official delegates or observers in pursuance to the 22nd Asia-Pacific Regional Scout Conference Resolution 2/07 adopted in Japan, which reads “NSOs be encouraged to send young delegates with at least one young member under 26 to the APR Scout Conference”.


The WOSM Asia-Pacific Region is organizing the Asia-Pacific Regional Course for Leader Trainers (APR CLT) as ancillary event to the conference. This event is free.

Date 4-6, 8-10, 12-13 February 2022 via Zoom (download Zoom backgrounds here)
Eligibility of Participants

1. Be an active, recognized serving Assistant Leader Trainer (holding three beads) for at least 2 years in his/her NSO.
2. Fluent to speak/communicate verbally and write well in English.
3. Be recommended/endorsed by their respective National Training Commissioner or Head of NSO.
4. Be willing to commit to contribute in adult training course in their respective NSO for two years or more after attending the CLT.


Date & Time

23-24 January 2022 | 14:00-17:30hrs (GMT +8) via Zoom (download Zoom background here)

The Zoom channel will be open at 1345hrs on the meeting dates. All participants are requested to login on time. Please be guided of the local timings below.

GMT+4:30 (Afghanistan), 1030H 
GMT+5 (Maldives, Pakistan), 1100H
GMT+5:30 (India, Sri Lanka), 1130HGMT+5:45 (Nepal), 1145H
GMT+6 (Bangladesh, Bhutan), 1200H
GMT+6:30 (Myanmar), 1230H
GMT+13 (Fiji), 1900H
GMT+12 (Kiribati, New Zealand), 1800H
GMT+7 (Cambodia, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam), 1300H
GMT+8 (Brunei, Hong Kong, Macau, Malaysia, Mongolia, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan), 1400H 
GMT+9 (Japan, S. Korea, Timor Leste), 1500H GMT+10 (Australia, Papua New Guinea), 1600H


Scout Uniform


Virtual (via Zoom). The Zoom link will be sent to all registered participants.
You are requested not to share or pass the unique Zoom link to anyone.


Each NSO will be represented by the Chief Scout Executive/ Secretary General/Director or its equivalent top professional in the association.

5 Objectives of

1. To gather Chief Scout Executive from member NSOs in the region and share the updates in WOSM.
2. Update on the WOSM Services platform, WOSM Program, Data Portal, GSAT.
3. Share the Membership Growth Targets and reconfirm the commitment.
4. Input from CSEs on the APR Plan 2022-2025.
5. Share concerns on Educational Methods and Communication and Partnerships.
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