How to Participate?

The first thing you need to do is to become a member of our wonderful site to start getting all the information about the Moot and to get to know lots of people who are also very interested in the Moot as you are.

On the homepage you can share your desire to be part of this adventure

This is your first step to Engage!

The second thing you want to do is to seek information from your National Scout Organisation about how to participate in your contingent.

So, what are the different profiles you can have during the Moot?

If you are a rover or a young leader and you are over 18 years old or under 26 years old at the first day of the Moot (ie, you were born between July 26, 1999 and July 25, 2007), you are eligible to register to the Moot as a Participant.

Participants will register individually and will be allocated a Patrol up to 10 people each, formed by rovers and young leaders from different countries. Each group of 5 Patrols will form a Tribe who will live the Moot experience together.

This is where you start Engaging others!

If you are older than 25 years old at the first day of the Moot (ie, if you have been born before July 26, 1999, you are eligible to register to the Moot as an International Service Team member (“IST”) or as a Contingent Management Team member (“CMT”).

If you are over 18 years old and you are available to help us on the amazing mission of putting the Moot together, you are eligible to become a member of the Planning Team. There will be an open call for you to enroll to the Planning Team, so keep posted for more news on this.

The Planning Team will select a sizable number of IST to act as Tribe Advisers, who will have the key role of assisting the Participants during the entire Moot experience.