Participate or volunteer for Roverway 2018

Do you want to participate in Roverway 2018?

This is possible if you have the right age. You can also get involved as a volunteer. More information will be announced in 2017.

The participants’ and volunteers’ contributions have not yet been determined. For the Roverway this will be decided on by both world organizations (WOSM and WAGGGS). As you might already know, his average fee will be categorized according to the GNP of the participating countries in coordination with the Regions. More information on contributions for participants and volunteers will be announced in 2017.

Dutch Roverscouts who want to participate in Roverway 2018 will do so as part as the Dutch contingent, as they would with other international events. In addition to the organization of the Roverway in the Netherlands, there will therefore also be a planning team for the Dutch contingent.


Registering will be possible starting in 2017 and extensive information will, of course, be made available in due time.

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. 


What does the logo entail?

The motto of the 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 an essential part of the Roverway 2018 program.

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

The colors are based on our national Rover and Ranger age section badge, where blue stands for the world as exploration base and orange stands for the Dutch national identity and the Royal House of Orange. 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.