Have a look to this beautiful Euromoot video made by the Italian FSE association!
On October 5th and 6th, 2019, the Federal Council gathered in Lviv, Ukraine, for its annual meeting. 16 countries were represented at this General Assembly of the UIGSE-FSE organisation. It was the occasion for the Federal Bureau, elected in 2018, to present its first year of service and to launch different international projects for the scout year 2019-2020.
Despite the windy-rainy autumn weather, the meeting started with a flag ceremony outside, during which the Federal Commission recognized the new General Guide Commissioner of Switzerland. A holy mass was celebrated in Greek-Catholic rite, accompanied by a beautiful choir made of young leaders of the Ukrainian Scouts of Europe association. The beauty of the liturgy compensated largely the fact that a lot of participants are not familiar with the Eastern rite. The Federal Council members could experience again that we do not need to speak the same language in order to be united in prayer and faith in Jesus Christ.
The Federal Council was warmly welcomed by the Ukrainian FSE association that prepared everything needed in order to make a working weekend a most agreeable experience: good meals, a scout cake, guided city tour, small gifts for the participants… and big smiles in all faces!
Full article in Spanish HERE
The National Road 2019 took place at the weekend of September 21st and 22nd. More than 160 rovers and rangers from all Spain could enjoy a lovely landscape and a totally unexpected good weather. Bruno Borde, the Federal Commissioner of the UIGSE, was present in the meeting,
This activity destined to all rovers and senior guides of the Spanish association was the kick-off for a new scout year. It allows to meet rovers and senior guides from other regions and to enjoy the activity with scout friends from all over Spain, made over the years in many different scout activities. Continue reading
On Sunday September 22nd, the biggest March for Life in Europe took place in Bratislava, Slovakia. Our Slovak scouts could not have been missing! On Saturday evening they attended the opening holy mass with archibishop of Bratislava and on Sunday built the “Scout Town” for the families with children to have a place to play during the day. The event was attended by 50000 people. It was for the 3rd time that Vodkyne a skauti Európy- Guides and Scouts of Europe from Slovakia participated in March for Life. First two Marches in Košice and Bratislava were attended by 80 000 people each, The protection of human life right from the beginning is a hot theme in Slovakia for nearly a decade without a major achievement to change the interruption law that dates back to the communist period.