Scouts et Guides Pluralistes de Belgique

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The Scouts et Guides Pluralistes de Belgique (SGP) are a Belgian scout association that is active in Wallonia and Brussels . It is interdenominational. More than 4700 scouts are active in it.

The association, based in Brussels, was created in 1992 through the merger of the Fédération des Eclaireuses et Eclaireurs and the Walloon groups of the Sea Scouts Of Belgium , both of which were formed in 1966 from the splitting of the Boy-Scouts et Girl-Guides de Belgique / Boy-Scouts en Girl- Guides van België had emerged. The sibling association in Flanders is FOS Open Scouting .

SGP is an indirect member of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts and the World Organization of the Scout Movement through its membership in Guidisme et Scoutisme en Belgique / Gidsen- en Scouts Moving in België .

The members' magazine is called "Le Mag".

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Individual evidence

  1. Scouts et Guides Pluralistes de Belgique: Le Mag. In: Retrieved March 26, 2017 .