23. World Scout Jamboree in Japan: Join in Jamboree Programme Guide

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  • INDEX

    03 What is Join in Jamboree

    04 Overview of 23rd World Scout Jamboree (23WSJ)

    06 History of Jamboree

    08 Outline of Jamboree Programme 08 GlobalDevelopmentVillage

    10 Culture

    11 Science/FaithandBeliefs

    12 Community/Nature

    13 Water/HiroshimaPeaceProgramme

    16 Basic Information of Asia Pacific

    18 Basic Information of Japan

    22 Lets start the adventure!

  • How to use this Programme GuideYoucanusethisprogrammeguideinanywayyouwish.ThetargetofthisJIJguideisnotonlyparticipantsof23rdWorldScoutJamboreein2015,butalsoallofScoutsandleadersallovertheworld.YoucanusethisProgrammeGuidetobringtheJamboreeProgrammeandexperiencetoyoutroopmeeting.

    Theseactivitiescanbeusedatanytimeatthepatrol/unitmeeting.Youcanadopttheseactivitiesforyourownsituation,dependingonthesizeofthetroop,theexperienceofthemembership,thefacilitiesinyourmeetingplaceandwhereyoulive.

    ItisalsoagoodideatohaveJamboreeDayinyourunit,toenjoytheactivitiestolearntheJamboreeProgrammeandJapaneseculture.

    What you can get from this Programme Guide?1.BasicinformationabouttheJamboree2.AnexperienceofJamboreeProgramme3.BasicknowledgeofJapananditsculture

    What is Join in Jamboree?The 15thWorld Jamboree, whichwas due to be held in Iran in 1979, was cancelledbecauseofapoliticalissue.JoininJamboree(JIJ)wasdistributedtotheparticipantsforuseintheirowncountries.ThismarkedthebeginningofJIJ.

    ForsubsequentWorldScoutJamborees(WSJs),sincethenumberofparticipatingScoutsislimited,JIJhasbeenprovidedsothatthoseunabletoparticipateareabletoexperiencetheJamboreeprogramme.

    Furthermore,asparticipantsneed to familiarize themselveswithmanyaspectsof theJamboreebeforetheyvisitthecountrywheretheWSJisbeingheld,JIJisalsoausefultoolforparticipantspreparingfortheWSJ.

    What is Join in Jamboree?

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    WhatisJoininJamboree

  • What is the World Scout Jamboree?TheWorldScoutJamboreeisthelargesteventorganisedbytheWorldOrganizationoftheScoutMovement(WOSM)every4years,gatheringupto40,000peoplefromallovertheworld.Itisaboveallaneducationaleventtopromotepeaceandunderstanding.TheWorldScoutJamboreeincludesawidevarietyofactivitiesandalsoplacesgreatimpor-tanceontheeverydaylifeandinteractionatthecampsite.

    About the 23rd World Scout Jamboree23WSJwillbeheldinKirara-hama,Yamaguchi,Japanin2015,from28Julyto8August.The12-dayeventwillbring together thousandsofyoungScoutsaged14 to17yearsfromover 162 countries and territories. The themeof the event is [WA]: aSpiritofUnity.The23WSJwillofferawidechoiceofattractiveprogrammes.Throughtheseprogrammes,Scoutswillbeabletoexperiencethedistinctiveattributesofeachpartici-pating country,andbuildawide friendshipnetwork in theworld.ThisexperiencewillenableScoutstodevelopphysically,intellectually,emotionally,sociallyandspirituallyinthespiritofWorldScoutingastheyadvancetowardsCreatingaBetterWorld.

    Overview of 23rd World Scout Jamboree (23WSJ)

    Hospital/HpitalSub Camp Area/Espace Sous-camps

    Arena/Arne

    Science

    GDV/ VMD

    Culture

    World Scout Centre/Centre Scout Mondial

    Reception/Rceptions

    Faith&Beliefs/Foi & Croyances

    Water/Aqua

    Activities/Activits

    Adult Camp Area/Espace camps des adultes

    Staff Restaurant/Cantine

    Container/Conteneurs

    Water Activities/Activits Aquatiques

    Welcome Centre/Centre Accueil

    Jamboree HQ/Le sige de Jamboree

    North Gate/Porte Nord

    Main Gate/Porte Principale

    South Gate/Porte Sud

    Sub Camp Area/Espace Sous-camps

    Sub Camp Area/Espace Sous-camps

    Activities/Activits

    Activities/Activits

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  • VenueTheJamboreeSiteisatKirara-hamainYamaguchi,westernJapan.The286hectaresite,extendingabout1kmfromeasttowestand3kmfromnorthtosouth,includesvariousfacilitiesandextensiveparkland.

    Theme Thethemeofthe23rdWorldScoutJamboree(23WSJ)isWA:aSpiritofUnity.TheKanjicharacter [wa]indicates a wide variety of meanings such as unity,harmony,cooperation,friendship,andpeace.Moreover,itencapsulates theessenceof Japan,acountrywheretraditionandthe latesttechnologycoexist inharmony.Inspired by this theme, it is our earnest desire that23WSJ will contribute to peace and harmony amongyouth and create a betterworld. Key elements of thetheme;Japan,FriendshipandPeacearedesignedtoconsiderinallaspectsof23WSJ.

    Concept Key Words1. Energy:

    TheenergywhichScoutsfromallovertheworldwillbringtotheJamboreeandthedyna-mismoftheScoutMovementthatstrengthenitsmissionandideals.2. Innovation:

    Havingnewexperiencesat the Jamboree, learningaboutdifferent cultures and tradi-tions,andfosteringcriticalthinkingskillswillleadtopersonalgrowth.3. Harmony:

    Scoutswhocomefromdifferentcultural,religious,andfamilialbackgroundswillcometogethertosharetheirindividualexperienceswhilefosteringunitywithoneanother.ThiskeywordexpressespeaceandharmonyinrelationtotheScouts.

    Scouting around the WorldScoutingisaneducationalyouthmovementthatisagrassrootsyouthmovementengagingyoungpeoplefromallovertheworld.

    TheWorldOrganizationoftheScoutMovement(WOSM)isanindependent,worldwide,non-profit and non-partisan, largest youthmovement in the world. Its purpose is topromoteunityandtheunderstandingofScoutingspurposeandprinciples.

    WOSMtodayisaconfederationof162NationalScoutOrganizations(NSOs)inanetworkofover40millionmembersinmorethan1millionlocalcommunityScoutGroups.Some7millionareadultvolunteerswhosupportthelocalactivities,resultinginahugemulti-pliereffect.

    Scouting in JapanScoutingisapopularactivityforyoungpeopleinJapan.ScoutAssociationofJapan(SAJ)hasover130,000members.SAJisopentochildrenandyoungpeople,boysandgirls,from6yearsto25years.ScoutinginJapanhas,inthepast,hostedseveralmajorWorldScoutingeventsincludingthe13thWorldJamboreein1971inAsagiri.

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    Overviewof23rdWorldScoutJamboree

  • The basic concept of the Jamboree wasmade by Lord Baden-Powell, the founder ofScouting,whowantedtoholdonespecialeventtobringtogetherScoutsofallnationalities.ThefirstJamboree,heldatLondonsOlympia in1920,wasthefirsttruly internationalgatheringofScoutsandbroughttogether8,000Scoutsfrom34countries.

    Jamboree is now an international term used to describe a large gathering of Scouts.Since1920,WorldScoutJamboreeshavebeenheldeveryfouryearssince1959,inprin-ciple,andhostedbyNationalScoutOrganisationsallovertheworld.

    History of Jamboree

    1920/1st WJUnitedKingdom

    1924/2nd WJDenmark

    1929/3rd WJUnitedKingdom

    1933/4th WJHungary

    1957/9th WJ UnitedKingdom

    1959/10th WJ Philippines

    1963/11th WJ Greece

    1967/12th WJ UnitedStates

    198788/16th WJ Australia

    1991/17th WJ SouthKorea

    19989/19th WJ Chile

    1995/18th WJ Netherlands

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  • 20023/20th WSJ Thailand

    1947/6th WJ France

    1937/5th WJ Netherlands

    1955/8th WJ Canada

    1951/7th WJ Austria

    1971/13th WJ Japan

    1975/14th WJ Norway

    1983/15th WJ Canada

    2011/22nd WSJ Sweden 2015/23rd WSJ

    Japan

    2007/21st WSJ UnitedKingdom

    Venue Participants CountiesandTerritories

    1stWJ UnitedKingdom 8,000 342ndWJ Denmark 4,549 323rdWJ UnitedKingdom 30,000 694thWJ Hungary 25,792 335thWJ Netherlands 28,750 546thWJ France 24,152 717thWJ Austria 12,884 618thWJ Canada 11,139 719thWJ UnitedKingdom 31,426 8210thWJ Philippines 12,203 4411thWJ Greece 11,398 89

    Venue Participants CountiesandTerritories

    12thWJ UnitedStates 12,011 10513thWJ Japan 23,758 8714thWJ Norway 17,259 9115thWJ Canada 14,752 10616thWJ Australia 14,434 8417thWJ SouthKorea 19,083 13518thWJ Netherlands 28,960 16619thWJ Chile 31,534 15720thWSJ Thailand 24,000 14721stWSJ UnitedKingdom 37,868 15522ndWSJ Sweden 40,061 146

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    HistoryofJamboree

  • ModuleProgramme

    CulturalExchangeDayFriendshipAwardHiroshimaPeaceMemorialCeremonyNagasakiPeaceProgramme

    On-SiteProgramme

    1.GDV2.Culture3.Science

    Off-SiteProgramme

    4.Community5.Nature6.Peace

    7.Water

    Programme Overview

    FreeTimeActivity

    WorldScoutCenterYoungCorrespondentsFaithandBeleifs

    SubCampLife

    SubCampEventVolunteeractivity

    Ceremony

    Opening&ClosingArenaEvent

    Outline of Jamboree ProgrammeThe 23rd World Scout Jamboree will offer a wide choice of attractive programmes.Throughtheseprogrammes,Scoutswillbeabletoexperiencethedistinctiveattributesofeachparticipatingcountryandterritory.AndthisexperiencewillenableScoutstodevelopphysically, intellectually, emotionally, socially and spiritually in the spirit of the ScoutMovementastheyadvancetowardtheirultimategoalofCreatingaBetterWorld.

    TheJamboreeProgramme,runningfromtheOpeningCeremonyontheeveningofthe29thofJuly2015untiltheClosingCeremonyontheeveningofthe7thofAugust,willconsistofModuleActivitiesandSubCampLife.ItwillbeagreatopportunityforScoutstomakefriendswiththeircounterpartsfromallovertheworld.ThethemeofWA:aSpiritofUnityandthethreeconcepts,Energy,InnovationandHarmony,associatedwiththeJamboreeprogrammereflectspecificeducationalobjectives.

    Outline of Jamboree Programme

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  • Global Development VillageOutline of GDVThrough GDV module activities,Scoutswill learnaboutwhattheycando in theirdaily lives tohelptacklevariousglobal issues.TheywilldeepentheirunderstandingofPeace, Environment and sustain-ability,HumanRights,HealthandPoverty.TheywillalsolearnaboutwhattheUnitedNationsandotherorganizationsaredoingaroundtheworldtodealwiththeseissues.

    As citizens of planet Earth, weknowthatweneedtotackleseveralglobal issues. But do we have agoodgraspoftheseglobal issuesandwhy itoccurred?Weneedtorealize that for every issue thereareseveralpointsofview.Letslookatsomeoftheenvironmentalproblemsforexample.Someoftheseproblemsarehappeningonlyinasinglecountry,anditcanbesolvedinanationallevel.However,youmayrealizethatthesetheproblemssuchasaerialpollution,marinepollution,andglobalwarmingcannotbesolvedbyaneffortofa single country.Theseglobal issues requirecooperationamongstinternationalsocietyaslaws,economicsituation,andcustomsvarieswidelyfromcountriestocountries.

    IntheGDV,wewillfocusonavariousglobalissueandencourageScoutstolearnmoreaboutthem.

    Activity for JIJBecomemorefamiliarwithglobalissues,encourageScoutstofocusfromalocalperspec-tive.Forexample,byconsideringthefoodtheyeatandtheclothingtheywear,perhapsreferringtomediasuchasnewspapersandTV,createalistofingredientsofallthemealsyouhadthisweekandresearchwhere theycamefrom,howtheywereshipped,howtheyweregrown,andwhatlifeislikefortheproducersofthosefoods.Ifyouconsiderfish,youmaybeabletofocusonglobalissuessuchasoverfishing,theimpactontheecosystem,ElNinoandLaNina,andoceanicpollution.Ortakechocolate,thenfocusonthemajoringredient:cocoabeans,mayberelatedtoglobalchallengessuchasexploita-tionoffarmers,inequitabletradeandtariffs,andchildlabour.

    Nurturetheabilitytothinkgloballybyusingthisopportunitytolearnaboutglobalchal-lenges,thinkaboutpossiblesolutions,findouthowvariousorganisationsareworkingontheissues,anddiscusswhatScoutscandotohelptacklethechallenges.

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    OutlineofJamboreeProgramme

  • Procedure(1)Usingthefollowingsampletexts,inspire

    interest of Scout about Japan.ThesefiguresrepresentJapanesesocietyifweweretoreducethepopulationofJapanto100people.

    SampleText1. 49peoplearemen,51peopleare

    women2. 13 people are children, 87 people

    areadult. *32peopleoutof87iselderlypeople3. 98 people are Japanese, and 2

    peopleareforeigner4. 10 people live in Tokyo, 4 live in

    Hokkaido,and1liveinOkinawa.5. 11 people are self-employed, 5

    people are farmers, 6 people arenotinemployment.

    6. 62peoplehaveacomputer,and60peoplehaveacar

    7. Allpeoplearealmostliterate

    A village of 100 people

    GDV activity 1

    OutlineProvidetheopportunitytolearnaboutcountriesthroughthevariousindexesorperspective.AimBylearningaboutthetruenatureofthecountry,inspiretheinterestfortheircountry.

    ProcedureThisprogrammeisdesignedtoraiseaware-ness of Scout on global issues that arerelatedtothefoodweconsume.Dependingontheperspective,theissuewillchange.Discussoncurrentglobalissuesandfamil-iarizeScoutswiththeprogramme.

    Procedure(1)Makealistofingredientsofameal(2)Investigatewhere the ingredientsare

    produced(3)Investigate the recent domestic and

    foreign production outputs and themainplaceswheretheingredientsareproduced.

    (4)Think about the possible transporta-tionroutesoftheingredients.

    (5)Investigate the how the ingredientsareproduced

    (6)Imaginethelifeoftheproducersoftheingredients.

    (7)Reflectonyourlife.

    Food Link

    GDV activity 2

    OutlineLearnaboutglo-balissuesrelatedtodailylifeAimUnderstandthatdailylifeisrelatedtoglobalissues.

    Example of food relates to the global issue

    Rice:Economicissuesconcerningimportsand exports such as unfair trade, tariffs,exchange rates, ecological footprint,labour conditions of agricultural workers,wages,childlabours,fairtradesystem

    Fish: Overfishing, change in the compo-sition of marine populations, climatechange,ElNino,LaNina,marinepollution

    Water: Safety of drinking water, dysen-tery,watershortage

    Nutrition:Foodhunger,health,nutritionalbalance

    Others:Poverty,populationgrowth,emer-gencyfoods

    (2)Out of variousfigures, choose3 to5topicsineachgroupandresearchaboutstatisticsandratioaboutyourcountry.

    ExampletopicsPopulation, population ratio of menand women, age structure, popula-tionratioofeachprefectures,industry,occupation,religion,capacityofenergyproduction,carpossession,theratioofstudentswhogotoUniversity,literacyrate,birthrate

    (3)Presentationbyeachgroup.Eachpres-entations may use just one sheet ofpaper(e.g.A4sizeforeach),andmakeaslideforeachindexorratio.

    (4)After the presentation, you maycomparewithJapanorothercountry.

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  • Millennium Development Goals (MDGs)are the international common target inthe field of global development. BasicideaoftheMDGswerebuiltinSeptember2000,whenworld leaders came togetherat United Nations Headquarters to adopttheUnitedNationsMillenniumDeclarationto reduce extreme poverty and settingoutaseriesoftime-boundtargetswithadeadline of 2015. 8 MDGs includes suchaseradicateextremepovertyandhunger,achieve universal primary education. 14yearshaspassedsinceitsformation,andit is time for us to think about the nexttarget.Throughthisworkshop,ScoutswillfindoutwhatweneedtodotoachievetheMDGs and think about post-MDGs targetby participating the MyWorld, a globalvoteonthepostMDGsagenda.

    Step 1:EncourageScouts to learn the8MDGs,andtofindouttheirprogressandhowfarwearetoachievethegoals.

    Step 2: Prepare cards which are writtenwith16issuesfromtheMyWorldsurvey,andaskScoutstochoose6issuesmattersmost from the two perspectives: Whatare most important for you and yourfamily?andWhataremostimportantforourplanet.Scouts canchoose thesamecardsbothperspectives.

    A. BetterjobopportunitiesB. SupportforpeoplewhocantworkC.AgoodeducationD.Betterhealthcare

    E. AffordableandnutritiousfoodF. PhoneandinternetaccessG.BettertransportandroadsH.AccesstocleanwaterandsanitationI. ReliableenergyathomeJ. ActiontakenonclimatechangeK. Protectingforests,riversandoceansL. EqualitybetweenmenandwomenM.ProtectionagainstcrimeandviolenceN.PoliticalfreedomO.AnhonestandresponsivegovernmentP. Freedom from discrimination and

    persecution

    Step 3:Explain the reasons for choosingthe6cardsforeachperspective.Ifthereisanydifference in the issueschosen foreachperspective,discusswithotherpatrolmembers what might have caused thedifferenceintheissueschosen.

    (evenmore)Step 4:Vote fromthe MyWorldSurveyfor ScoutsWeb site,what are themostimportantforyouandyourfamily.URL:http://vote.mywo...