Facts and figures

Europe Region WAGGGS

  • one of the five WAGGGS region
  • 39 Member Organizations
  • 66 national Girl Guide and Girl Scout associations
  • over one million Girl Guides and Girls Scouts in Europe

Member countries of the Europe Region WAGGGS

Armenia. Austria. Belarus. Belgium. Cyprus.Czech Republic. Denmark. Estonia. Finland. France. Georgia. Germany. Greece. Hungary. Iceland. Ireland. Israel. Italy. Latvia. Liechtenstein. Lithuania, Luxembourg. Malta. Monaco. Netherlands. Norway. Poland. Portugal. Romania. Russia. San Marino. Slovakia. Slovenia. Spain. Sweden. Switzerland. Turkey. Ukraine. United Kingdom. 

Aims of the Europe Region WAGGGS

  • develop policies and guidelines to assist our Member Organizations to fulfil WAGGGS’ Mission
  • help Member Organizations develop Girl Guiding and Girl Scouting in their own countries
  • support Member Organizations to develop non-formal education programmes for our members and projects on WAGGGS themes
  • provide support and resources for groups seeking to establish Girl Guiding/Girl Scouting for the first time
  • provide information and promotional materials to help our members promote  WAGGGS and the international aspects of Girl Guiding and Girl Scouting
  • provide a contact point for Member Organizations to exchange ideas and learn
  • about each other’s projects and programmes  

European Guide Conference 

  • takes place every three years
  • is the highest decision-making body in the Europe Region
  • Member Organizations vote on the operational plan and elect the new Committee
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Europe Committee WAGGGS 

  • elected every three years at the European Guide Conference
  • carry out the resolutions and fulfil duties assigned by the European Conference
  • six members (volunteers), all from different countries, plus a financial advisor
  • each member has a different area of work
  • acts as an advisory body to any Member Organization requiring advice and assistance
  • supported by the Europe Office WAGGGS
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Europe office WAGGGS 

  • seven members of staff in Brussels
  • each has a main area of work but also work together on specific projects, meetings, events, etc
  • work together with one or several members of the Europe Committee WAGGGS