Exhibitions & Hands-on Activities
Better World Tent
Better World Tent will be operated in collaboration with the WOSM/WSB Team, the Organizing Committee, and the Jamboree Planning Team. Including a multitude of exhibits, hands-on activities, lectures, and workshops, Better World Tent—name and concept are subject to change accordingly with the latest global conditions and post-pandemic transformation—is expected to serve as a place where Scout Spirit can come to life and where you can deepen your understanding of Scouting and Jamboree culture.
- Period / August 2-5, 7-11, 2023; closed on Sunday, August 6 (Culture Day)
- Hours of operation / 9:00-16:00
- Location / Global Youth Leader Center at Jamboree Delta
Recommended activities and new concepts may be further proposed by the WOSM/WSB Team.
- Messengers of Peace
- World Scout Environment Programme
- Outstanding Scout Award
- We Are the Earth Tribe
- Dialogue for Peace
Sustainable Development Goals
- Ban Ki Moon (BKM) Village
- Global Goals 2023 - (Global Village Development Zone) is about to be redesigned with more focus on the 17 Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations. Like before, the WOSM Team will take responsibility for supervision and monitoring, the Organizing Committee, for facilitation, and the Jamboree Planning Team, for support. We plan to regroup the 17 goals as follows.
- Food - Zero hunger (2), Clean water (6) Health - Good health and well-being (3), Sanitation (6) Economy - No poverty (1), Responsible consumption and production (12), Industry, innovation, and infrastructure (9), Affordable and clean energy (7), Decent work and economic growth (8) Growth - Quality education (4), Gender equality (5), Sustainable cities and communities (11), Reduced inequalities (10), Peace, justice, and strong institutions (16), Partnerships for the goals (17) Climate - Climate action (13), Affordable and clean energy (7), Life below water (14), Life on land (15)
The main project for the Sustainable Development Goals will be demonstrated at the Jamboree site, but some of the hands-on programs may be offered outside of the campsite.
- Display and Experience Center - A booth will be installed for each goal—which is called ‘Education Center’—to assist in understanding sustainable development. Smart actions or display screens may be included.
- Interactive Stand - Interactive Stand will be installed for each goal. Scouts will be able to speak about sustainable development with experienced assistants and consolidate their knowledge.
- Experiential Zone inside and outside the campsite - One or two hands-on activities will be provided for each of the Sustainable Development Goals to make learning fun, engaging, and effective.
We will convene virtual meetings with ministries, UN-specialized agencies, and nongovernmental organizations to ask not only for support for Display and Experience Centers and Interactive Stands but also for networking. We will inform them of the significance and impact of the Jamboree. NSOs can also join the initiatives for the Sustainable Development Goals by contacting us or through the World Scout Board (Bureau).
Jamboree Interreligious Faiths & Beliefs Center
During the 25th World Scout Jamboree, the Jamboree Interreligious Faiths & Beliefs Center will play a crucial role in nurturing the recognition and respect of world religions and grasping the meaning of faith in everyday life. Beliefs instill self-esteem in teenagers. Young Scouts will have the opportunity to continue religious practices with people of the same background.
The Steering Committee will take on spatial arrangement for the Jamboree Interreligious Faiths & Beliefs Center and compose a support group by religion acknowledged by the World Scout Committee—Protestantism (CPGS), Orthodox Church (DESMOS), Catholic Church (ICCS), Judaism (IFJS), Muslim (IUMS), Buddhism (WBSB), Won Buddhism, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Bahaism, Hinduism, Sikhism, and so on.
In close cooperation with the World Scout Board of the World Organization of the Scout Movement, the Organizing Committee will administer it.
For direct monitoring, the Jamboree Planning Team will organize the Jamboree Religious Facilitation Committee, comprised of the President, the Clerk, and a representative from each religion.
The Organizing Committee will allocate a headquarters and tent to participating NSO contingents, and the Jamboree Planning Team will manage them. These spaces shall be utilized to show each contingent’s Scouting activities and culture to other Scouts and daily visitors as well as hold a meeting with the Head of Contingent or other groups.