World Conference

Held every three years, the World Conferences are the key part of policy making for WAGGGS

The first World Conference was held in 1920, in Oxford, UK, under the auspices of the International Council, which in 1928 became WAGGGS. World Conference takes place every three years.

All Member Organizations are invited to send two delegates who vote on WAGGGS policies for the following three years.

Previous World Conferences:

  • 2017: India
  • 2014: Hong Kong
  • 2011: Edinburgh, Scotland
  • 2008: Johannesburg, South Africa
  • 2005: Amman, Jordan
  • 2002: Manila, Philippines
  • 1999: Dublin, Ireland
  • 1996: Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada
  • 1993: Nyborg, Denmark
  • 1990: Singapore
  • 1987: Njoro, Kenya
  • 1984: Tarrytown, New York, USA
  • 1981: Orléans, France
  • 1978: Tehran, Iran
  • 1975: Sussex, UK
  • 1972: Toronto, Canada
  • 1969: Otaniemi, Finland
  • 1966: Tokyo, Japan
  • 1963: Nyborg, Denmark
  • 1960: Athens, Greece
  • 1957: Petropolis, Brazil
  • 1954: Zeist, The Netherlands
  • 1952: Dombås, Norway
  • 1950: Oxford, UK
  • 1948: Cooperstown, New York, USA
  • 1946: Evian, France
  • 1943: Adelboden, Switzerland
  • 1938: Adelboden, Switzerland
  • 1936: Stockholm, Sweden
  • 1932: Bucze, Poland
  • 1930: Foxlease, UK
  • 1928: Parad, Hungary
  • 1926: Briarcliff Manor, New York, USA
  • 1924: Foxlease, UK
  • 1922: Cambridge, UK
  • 1920: Oxford, UK

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