Pioneers

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

Latest news:

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.

highgate and holloway test event

Event date: 
20 June 2010 - 4:48pm - 21 June 2010 - 4:48pm
Event location: 
crampton street

test event to see if the calendar filters by region

Pioneer Peace Pack Activity 6 - Positive About Peace

Aim of the activity:
To get question the idea that war is inevitable and to think about what a peaceful world could be like.

What you will need:
Pens and paper;
Flip chart sheet and marker pens;
Blutac;
Roll of drawing paper/poster paper or back of an old roll of wall paper;
Paints, crayons, felt tips etc;
Copies of the SEVILLE STATEMENT ON VIOLENCE (download from the foot of the page)
A copy of the STORY (download from the foot of the page)

Pioneer Peace Pack Activity 5 - Child Soldiers

Aim of the activity:
To explore the experience of child soldiers and the reasons why they have become involved in conflicts.

What you will need:
Two chairs;
Copies of the CHILD SOLDIERS STORIES
Flip chart sheet and marker pens
Pens and paper
Paints, crayons and poster paper

Suggested warm-up:

Pioneer Peace Pack Activity 4 - War Detectives

Aim of the activity:
The first exercise looks at bias in media reporting of conflict and war situations. The second is an open-ended opportunity for Pioneers to gain a deeper understanding of a particular conflict situation.

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