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|World Organization of Independent Scouts|
The World Organization of Independent Scouts is an international Scouting organization for traditional Scouting.
The membership badge for youth is a white Fleur-de-lis with two azure five-point stars on an azure background. The membership badge for adults is an azure Fleur-de-lis on a white background.
The World Organization of Independent Scouts was founded in 2010 by former members of the World Federation of Independent Scouts. The organization started with around 15,000 members.
The União dos Escoteiros do Brasil is the national Scouting organization of Brazil. Scouting in Brazil was founded in 1910 and was among the charter members of the World Organization of the Scout Movement in 1922. The União dos Escoteiros do Brasil itself was founded in 1924; it has 53,055 members as of 2011. The association is a member of the Comunidade do Escutismo Lusófono.
The Asociación de Scouts de El Salvador is the national Scouting organization of El Salvador. Scouting in El Salvador was founded in 1938 and became a member of the World Organization of the Scout Movement in 1940. The association has 2,820 members as of 2011.
The Asociación de Scouts del Perú is the national Scouting organization of Peru. Peruvian Scouting was founded in 1911 and was among the charter members of the World Organization of the Scout Movement in 1922. It has 4,852 members.
The Federação Escotista de Portugal is the national Scouting federation of Portugal. Scouting in Portugal started in 1911 and was among the founders of the World Organization of the Scout Movement in 1922. The present federation was founded in 1928. It serves 75,359 members of both sexes.
The Scout Movement in Spain consists of about 30 independent associations, most of them active on the regional level. Due to the regionalisation of Spain, even the larger nationwide associations are divided into regional sub-associations with individual emblems, uniforms and Scout programs.
The Scouting and Guiding movement in Mexico consists of several independent organizations.
The Asociación Nacional de Guías Scouts del Perú is the national Guiding organization of Peru. It served 6,100 members as of 2010. In 1916, the "Society of Girl Guides" was founded by the first Chief Guide, Elsa Hansen Daranyi. The coeducational organization founded in 1945 became an associate member of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts in 1960 and a full member in 1963.
Scouting in Chile is served by several independent organizations:
The Scout and Guide movement in Ecuador is served by
The Scout and Guide movement in Guatemala is served by:
The Scout and Guide movement in Paraguay is served by
The Scout and Guide movement in Peru is served by
The Scout and Guide movement in Portugal is served by several organizations:
The Comunidade do Escutismo Lusófono is the international community of Scouting organizations in the Lusophone countries. Its members are:
The Scouts of the World Award is an international Scout recognition administered by the World Organization of the Scout Movement. It was developed to give "young people more opportunities to face the challenges of the future" as identified by the United Nations Millennium Declaration in 2000. That declaration identified eight Millennium Development Goals and participation in the award helps one work towards those goals.
The International Catholic Conference of Scouting (ICCS) is an autonomous, international body committed to promoting and supporting Catholic Scout associations and to be a link between the Scout movement and the Catholic Church. Its headquarters is located in Rome, Italy.
The Scout and Guide movement in Guinea-Bissau is served by