Register now for the events

Welcome to the registration system for the 42nd World Scout Conference and 14th World Scout Youth Forum. This system has been setup to enable you to easily register your delegates and observers for the upcoming events.


How to register

Registration is now open and will remain open until 15 July 2021. Registration for the World Scout Conference and Youth Forum is by invitation only through NSO Official Contacts as identified in the World Scouting Directory. Partners, special guests, Committee members and the WOSM Team may also attend by invitation only. NSO Official Contacts will be sent a special group registration invitation and instructions by email to register appointed delegates and observers through the online registration system.


Size and diversity of delegations

The Conference and Youth Forum will convene up to 3,500 participants. Up to 6 people per Member Organization (2 delegates, 4 observers) may register to attend the Youth Forum, and up to 20 people per Member Organization (6 delegates, 14 observers) may register to attend the Conference. Live-streaming will be available for all major sessions for more people to tune-in and follow the event.

Member Organizations are strongly encouraged to appoint a delegation that reflects the diversity of our Movement, including a balanced delegation in terms of gender, geographic and cultural representation, and young people under the age of 30 to ensure more youth involvement in decision-making. It is also strongly encouraged to register the Youth Forum delegation as part of the Conference delegation to ensure a strong involvement of young people in decision-making.

Each delegation to the Conference and Youth Forum should ideally include the following roles:

Head of Delegation

This person is responsible for leading the delegation and will receive guidance, training and credentials to access the Conference and Youth Forum e-voting system. Support will be provided to the Head of Delegation to deal with contingencies such as lack of Internet connectivity, in particular during the e-voting process.


These individuals form the core of the delegation with the right to take part in discussions and vote.


These individuals are able to participate in all aspects of the events and can join in discussions, but do not have the right to vote.


This person is a voluntary appointment and helps to ensure delegations are prepared to have an effective and meaningful participation in the events.


Fees to attend

The World Scout Committee has decided to make the cost to participate in the Conference and Youth Forum free of charge taking into account the economic impact of the pandemic. To support National Scout Organizations with their COVID-19 recovery plans, Member Organizations are encouraged during the registration process to make a voluntary contribution to the Re-energising Scouting Fund which will be facilitated through the Scout Donation Platform.


Online registration system

Through the online registration system, you will be able to update information about your delegation at any time before the events. Please enter your information carefully and accurately. If you have any questions, or need technical support with the registration process, please refer to the online FAQ or email


Contact changes and credentials

Changes to a Member Organization’s delegation will only be accepted through the registration system and all registered delegates and observers must be approved by NSO Official Contacts. The Conference Credentials Committee will address any matters that arise during the Conference concerning the verification of credentials of individuals representing their Member Organization (see Conference RoP Rule 3.f).   



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WSYF/ WSC Registrations Guide – Delegates

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WSYF/ WSC Registrations Guide – NSO Contact Person