Participate

Do you want to participate in Roverway 2018?

This is possible when you have the right age. If you were born between 3 August 1995 and 23 July 2002 you can join as a participant. If you were born on or before 3 August 1995 you can get involved as an IST member. Participants and IST members who would like to join need to contact their home countries’ MO/NSO to ask if they are forming a contingent. If that isn’t the case you can ask another contingent to join them.

Dutch Roverscouts who want to participate in Roverway 2018 will do so as part of the Dutch contingent, as they would for other international events. As this edition of Roverway is held in the Netherlands, there will also be a contingent management team for the Dutch contingent to make the event happen.


I would like to participate in RW18, how can I register?

Registration is going via your country’s contingent. Please contact them.

Can a non-European country participate in Roverway 2018?

 

Roverway 2018 is an European event by the European WOSM and WAGGGS regions. Scout and Guide commitment cannot be restricted by borders. Therefore, if you are non-European, please contact your NSO/MO as they are the ones who are able to start the contingent registration process. 


Which age do I need to be to participate in Roverway 2018?

CatagoryAge 
Participants 16-22 years Born between 3 August 1995 and 23 July 2002
IST, CMT, HOC > 22 years Born on or before 3 August 1995

I might need to have a VISA. Where can I find more information?

When you are from an EU-country, you can visit the Netherlands without a visa, but for other countries it might be required. We strongly advise you to check this beforehand. More information can be found on the website of the Government of the Netherlands.

I need an invitation letter to apply for a VISA. Can you send me this?

Please contact us via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to arrange the invitation letter.

What is the fee for my country? ... or I'm an IST member, what is my fee?

 The fee Roverway 2018 requests from you can be looked up here. Please remember that you also have to pay your contingent fee.

When is registration opening/closing for Roverway 2018?

Registration of participants, IST members and CMT members will go via the contingent. Please inform yourself at your contingents website for their registration deadlines.
The Hoc registration will be until the 1st September 2017. The registration of Rover Representatives will be from the 24th March 2017 until 1st October 2017. The registration of CMT, IST and participants will open the 1st of October 2017 till the 1st of May 2018. 

 

Volunteer

Can I be part of the planning team if I'm not from the Netherlands?


Yes you can. If you are interested in joining please get in contact with This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

We are sorry to tell there isn’t any financial support from our side.

Which age do I need to be to be part of the IS team and/or planning team members


You need to be older then 22 years at Roverway. This means that you are born on or before 23 July 1996.

Is there a limit of IST members?

For now there is no limit of IST members.

Will there be day care for young children?


Yes, we will have day care facilities for the children of IST, CMT and planning team members on site. More information on the costs and how this will be set up will follow.

 

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What does the logo entail?

The motto of Roverway 2018 is ‘Opposites Attract’. This motto is visually indicated by the signpost.

Both the signpost and the international ‘Y’ icon depict the Paths, which are essential parts of the Roverway 2018 programme.

The water and ‘lelievlet’ - a typical Dutch sea scouts’ sailing boat - reflect the fact we would like to offer a sailing experience to every Rover or Ranger during the stay at the International Scout and Guide Centre in Zeewolde.

The colours are based on our national Rover and Ranger badge, in which blue stands for the world as exploration base and orange stands for the Dutch national identity and the royal family. In addition, orange is the national ‘section color’ for Rovers and Rangers in the Netherlands.

The three points of the logo represent the three educational objectives (Character, Curiosity & Career).

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Opposites Attract

This Roverway edition
will focus on the personal
development of the participating Rovers and Rangers as part of their role in society. The Roverway will provide the environment in which Rovers and Rangers can interchange experiences, knowledge and ideas. This exchange of experiences will be encouraged through the three educational objectives, which all centralize around society and intercultural learning.  

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