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World Organization of the Scout Movement

The World Organization of the Scout Movement is the supranational organization which governs most national Scouting movements.

The World Conference is the governing body and meets every three years.

The World Committee is the chief executive and is composed of elected volunteers.

The World Scout Bureau is the secretariat. It is headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland and has six regional offices.

See also:

List of WOSM members

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