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World Organization of the Scout Movement

The 7th European Forum on Educational Methods

Since 1999, leaders involved at national level in the areas of youth programme and adult resources from all over Europe have gathered every two years to take part in the Forum on Youth Programme and Adult Resources. The Forum is one of the most popular events that takes place in Europe, and has a very special atmosphere due to the participants having similar interest on the educational aspects of Scouting and sharing backgrounds, challenges and concerns.

After Malta (1999), Spain (2001), Slovenia (2003), Luxembourg (2005), Denmark (2007) and Portugal (2009) the European Scout Region is renewing with its tradition of organising the most important European meeting for Programme and Adult Resources Commissioners and members of their teams – the European Scout Forum on Educational Methods.

The aim of the Forum is to assist National Scout Associations in monitoring and improving their Youth Programme and Adult Resources strategies, in order to increase the impact of the work carried out at national level to support the action at local level.


There are regular trains and bus lines from neighbouring countries and all major flight companies have direct links to Bucharest's airports.
There are budget airlines flights to Bucharest from 35 airports in 13 European countries (AT, BE, CY, FR, DE, IT, NL, PL, PT, ES, SE, CH, UK).
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There is a lot that the venue and the surroundings offer for those willing to arrive earlier or stay longer in Romania. The Peles Castle, the traditional Transylvanian villages and towns, the Danube Delta or the Carpathians are just a few examples of what Romania has to offer.
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Cercetaşii României (Romanian for "Romania's Scouts" or "Romanian Scouts") is the primary national Scouting organization of Romania. Founded in 1914, it became a member of the World Organization of the Scout Movement (WOSM) in 1993.
The coeducational Cercetaşii României has 2,278 members as of 2011.

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