At the start of each Triennium, the Region engages with new volunteers to support our work. Each group has a particular focus to support the implementation of the Strategic plan.

Working Groups

The working group of volunteer for 2020-2022 are:

The Communications Team is tasked with driving and implementing a communications strategy to raise the visibility of Europe Region and improve our engagement and internal communication with Member Organisations. Working with our social media platforms and the Europe area on the WAGGGS website, this team aims to increase WAGGGS’ visibility and to showcase the Region’s work. The team also works jointly with WOSM Europe on running the WE Connect platform which shares opportunities, news, projects and resources of both organisations.

The Comms Team is made up of: Lilit (Committee); Lead volunteers Sue (UK) and Sam (UK); Alexandros (Greece), Hana (Slovenia), Marianna (Greece), Nanna (Denmark), Rosalyn (UK), Verena (Germany).

The External Relations Team represents WAGGGS Europe and pushes its agenda in European youth and women platforms. The focus remains to be following up and contributing to policy-making which has an impact on the well-being of young people in the Europe region, including the promotion of non-formal education, gender equality, violence against women, active citizenship and the UN Sustainable Development Goals. To be more vocal, the team aims at strengthening existing partnerships with other youth and women organisations and exploring new ones.

The External Relations Team is made up of: Stephanie (Committee); lead volunteers Eleni (Greece) and Vera (Netherlands); Alice (Italy); Dadi (Iceland), Giulia (Italy), Jemma (Ireland), Liv (Denmark), Rosalyn (UK), Sarah (Ireland), Venusia (Norway) and Victoria (UK).

The Member Organisation Support / Capacity Building Team (short MOCa team) helps Member Organisations (MOs) in Europe Region reach their fullest potential. The team offers support and training upon MOs’ requests in many different areas such as governance, programme and others mentioned in the WAGGGS Capacity Assessment Tool (CAT). The team also has a sub-group focused on supporting new and experienced International Commissioners in their roles. One of the areas this team will be working on this triennium is supporting Member Organisations to bring WAGGGS closer to their members.

The MOCa Team is made up of: Paula (Committee); Lead volunteer Ingeborg (Norway); Agnija (Latvia), Georgios (Greece), Jennifer (UK), Koraline (Netherlands), Monika (Poland), Regula (Switzerland), Yvonne (Ireland), Zuzana (Czech Republic).

The Sustainable Development Goals Team focuses on the environment and gender equality. The team are developing training materials on sustainability and supporting Member Organisations to run more sustainable events.

The Sustainable Development Goals Team is made up of: Petra (Committee), Lead volunteers Inês (Portugal) and Eszter (Iceland ); Selina (Austria), Ea (Denmark), Iiris (Finland), Christine (France), Anja (Germany), Mirta (Italy), Magdalena (Poland), (Spain), Ursula (Switzerland), Emma (UK), Anna (UK), Margrethe Grønvold Friis (Denmark).

The Human Rights and Refugees Joint Working Group collects and shares good practices from Member Organisations within Europe that run successful programmes that support Refugees. The group also advocates to create more of these initiatives within the Movement.

The Human Rights and Refugees team is made up of: Petra (Committee ), Martin (WOSM Committee) Lead volunteer Ilaria (IT), Andreas Tzekas (GR), Claire (UK), Martin (DE).

The Strategy and Joint Working Group targets the common topics and strategies of WAGGGS and WOSM.

The Joint Working Group is made up of: Agnes (WAGGGS Committee), Martin (WOSM Committee), Lead Volunteer Sander (NL), Agnieszka (PL), Anton (SWE), Ulkar Khanlarova (AZE).

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