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[rec.scouting.issues] Commonly asked questions (FAQ 2)
Section - Are Scouting and guiding organizations on the Net?

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Q. Do Scouting organizations have official information on the net that
       describes their structure and some policies?

A. Yes, some do:
       Guiding and Scouting organizations can be found off of:
       the InterNETional Scouting Page =
http://scout.strw.leidenuniv.nl
       the US Scouting Service Project Page: http://www.usscouts.org/
       The YAHOO Index: =
http://www.yahoo.com/Recreation/Outdoors/Scouting/
       The WOSM Web page is at: http://www.scout.org
       The WAGGGS Web page is at:   http://www.wagggs.org
       The GSUSA Web page at:   www.girlscouts.org
       The BSA Web page is at: http://bsa.scouting.org

---------------------------------------------------------------------Subject: 
   Which countries have single gender Scouting or Guiding?
Date:   10 May 2001

Q.   Which countries have single gender Scouting or Guiding?

A.   Scouting varies greatly around the world, there are
fully co-ed programs (with no options) to single gender at some levels
(typically pre-teen) then co-ed optional after that (which is what the
BSA is), to co-ed at all levels, to fully single gender (which is what
the
GSUSA is).

In some cases, the boy and girl programs are handled separately
but the organizations are united into
a Scout or Guide group. You can get a good idea by looking at
the symbol of Scouting in that country. If the trefoil of the girls is
combined with the fleur-de-lis of boys, the movements are combined in
some
manner. More information about the specifics of each country can be
found at
their sites on the web.


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