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Letzebuerger Guiden a Scouten (LGS)

  • Guiding Introduced Date Icon

    1915

    Girl Guiding introduced in Luxembourg

  • Number of Boys and Girls Icon

    3,163

    Number of Girl Guides in 2016

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    Member

    Full Member

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Contact us

International Commissioner (WAGGGS)
C/O 5, Rue Munchen-Tesch
L-2173 Luxembourg

Tel: +352269484
Fax: +35226948430

Email:  ic.wagggs@lgs.lu

Website: www.lgs.lu

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    E-mail

    ic.wagggs@lgs.lu

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    Phone / Fax

    00 374 1323183 / 00 374 1323183

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    Girls & Boys

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Guide/Scout Engagement Ech engagéiere mech, mäi Liewe sënnvoll ze gestalten a Verantwortung ze iwwerhuelen, méng Ëmwelt ze respektéieren a mech fir Fridden a Gerechtegkeet anzesetzen, mech dobäi u Jesus Christus ze orientéieren an nom Guide/Scoutsgesetz ze liewen.

Luxembourg Guide/Scout Promise: I promise: To give meaning to my life and to assume responsibility, To respect the environment and to act in favour of peace and justice, To let myself be guided in this direction by the Good News of Jesus Christ and to live according to the Guide/Scout law.

Luxembourg Guide Law

Guide/Scout Gesetz
  1. As zouverlässeg
  2. As éierlech a fair
  3. As bereet ze hëllefen
  4. As gut zu all Mënsch
  5. Mécht den éischte Schrëtt a setzt sech a fir Gerechtegkeet
  6. Respektéiert d‘Liewen an all sénge Formen
  7. Kann nolauschteren a Kritik erdroën
  8. Huet eng positiv Liewesastellung
  9. Ka sech organiséieren a mécht näischt hallef
  10. Hält sech kierperlech a geeschteg gesond
Guide/Scout Law (English)
A Guide/Scout
  1. Is conscientious
  2. Is honest and correct
  3. Is ready to render service
  4. Is generous to everyone
  5. Takes the first step and supports justice
  6. Respects life in all its forms
  7. Is able to listen and to bear criticism
  8. Has an optimistic outlook on life
  9. Is able to organize her/himself and does nothing half-heartedly
  10. Takes care of her/his physical and moral health

Development of the Movement

Guiding started in Luxembourg in 1915 and the following year the many different troops in the country were united in one Association. The Association des Girl Guides Luxembourgeoises was established in 1921 and was one of the founder members of WAGGGS in 1928. The Letzeburger Guiden (Catholic Luxembourg Girl Guides) was founded in 1938 by the Director of the Action Catholique Féminine Luxembourgeoise. 

In 1958 the two Associations were linked by the formation of The Bureau de Liaison des Associations Guides du Luxembourg. In 1960 the WAGGGS World Conference recognized the Bureau de Liaison des Associations Guides du Luxembourg as the National Organization of Luxembourg. 

In 1990 HRH the Grand-Duchess Joséphine-Charlotte of Luxembourg was officially introduced as Chief Guide of the Bureau de Liaison.


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