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The Big Plan

The Big Plan 2008 - 2013 has now been replaced by the Bigger and Better Plan 2013 - 2018


Members of Woodcraft Folk decided on five main ambitions that the organisation should work towards, locally and nationally, between 2008 and 2013. Four cross cutting ambitions were also decided, which will help us achieve the main seven. Two more main ambitions were added in 2010. 

Media Inquiries Policy

Below is guidance for Woodcraft Folk members on dealing with the media. It doesn't include advice on actively seeking media coverage - you can find that on the District Media Guide page

Disputes and Complaints Policy and Procedure

Below is Woodcraft Folk's Disputes and Complaints Procedure for groups and districts. If you have any queries about this document, please contact the Woodcraft Folk office on 020 7703 4173 or info@woodcraft.org.uk. 

Drugs, Alcohol and Tobacco Policy

Below is Woodcraft Folk's policy on the use of drugs, alcohol and tobacco at or during Woodcraft Folk activities. If you have any questions about this document, please contact the Woodcraft Folk office on 020 7703 4173 or info@woodcraft.org.uk. 

Woodcraft Aims, Principles and Programme

Woodcraft Folk has nine Aims and Principles, listed below. These are shared by all members of the movement and inform all our varied activities. 

A Right to Refuge


Woodcraft Folk’s campaign for the rights of refugees and asylum seekers in the UK

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Refugee Week (every year in June) is the ideal time to take action in support of refugees and asylum seekers in the UK. Your group could:

Read about the impact Right to Refuge activities had in one Woodcraft District here.

Contact campaign@woodcraft.org.uk for more support.

PlayOut

PlayOut takes fun, co-operative activities to parks in London so that families can simply turn up and children can get stuck in - there's no cost and no booking needed.

Can I Come In?

You will need: Copies of the three role cards ‘Refugees’, ‘Immigration Officers’ and ‘Observers’. Copies of the information sheet ‘The right to asylum – international law’. Download these from the bottom of this page. 

This is a role play exploring the experience and rights of refugees seeking sanctuary in another country.

Divide everyone into three groups (they don’t have to be the same size),

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