How the Danish JOTA/JOTI committee works. JOTA / JOTI the Danish way. Danish scout/guide organisation. The four Danish scout/guide organisations work side by side organizing the annual JOTA/JOTI event, which is one combined event in Denmark. KFUM-Spejderne.
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How the Danish JOTA/JOTI committee works JOTA / JOTI the Danish way
Danish scout/guide organisation The four Danish scout/guide organisations work side by side organizing the annual JOTA/JOTI event, which is one combined event in Denmark
KFUM-Spejderne • YMCA-Scouts founded September 28th 1910 • WOSM founding member in 1922 • Lutheran association • co-ed in 1982. Both boys and girls in WOSM • Today there are more than 30,000 members and approximately 40% are girls Claus & tinge are members in this association
DDS - Det Danske Spejderkorps • The Danish Guide and Scout Association • Founded November 19th 1909 (boys) and October 10th 1910 (girls) • Merged January 1st 1973 • 1922 WOSM founding member 1928 WAGGGS founding member • Boys in WOSM, girls in WAGGGS • Non religious association • Today there are more than 30,000 members Niels Kristian is member in this association
De grønne pigespejdere • The Green Girl Guides (former YWCA Girl Guides) • Founded May 4th. 1919 • 1928 WAGGGS founding member • Lutheran association • Girls only • Today there are more than 8,000 members Marianne & Linda are members in this association
DBS - Danske Baptisters Spejderkorps • The Danish Baptist Guide and Scout Association • Founded (boys) July 2nd 1930, and (girls) July 6th 1932 • Accepted as scout/guide associations in 1948 • Merged in 1973 • Boys in WOSM, girls in WAGGGS • Baptist association • Today there are more than 1,500 members Laurits is member in this association
ScoutLink • The Internet Relay Chat network for scouts and guides worldwide • #scandinavia elected the first Region Coordinator (RC) in February 2001 • The #scandinavia Region covers all 5 Nordic countries • RC was invited to Danish JOTA/JOTI-committee in April 2002 • Scandinavian RC “adopts” channel #russian and region is expanded to Russia tinge is the ScoutLink Coordinator For Russia and the 5 Nordic countries.
Things the Danish JOTA/JOTI committee does • Plan a new opening station each year, and choose a person to make the opening speech on air and internet • Promote JOTI and JOTA as one single event, not two different ones • Maintain a web page for the event with online sign up. www.jotajoti.dk • Keep contact with participants, signup info, badges, payment, certificates • Send annual JOTA/JOTI rapport to all participants and organisations
Stuff the Danish JOTA/JOTI-committee do with others • Make annual badge with all 5 Nordic NJOs or committees • Make a new “puzzle-game” every 5th year to the participating Nordic stations • Participate in Nordic JOTA/JOTI seminar • Participate in European JOTA/JOTI seminar
Responsibilities, substance • The 4 scout- and guide organisations formed the “DSP” Council (Danish Scout- and Guide Programme Council) • the “DSP” is superior to the Danish JOTA/JOTI-committee • The single JOTA/JOTI-committee members ensure that their own organisations opinion is met in the JOTA/JOTI activities planned
Responsibilities, finance • The JOTA/JOTI-committee is self-sufficient financially • JOTA/JOTI participants pay a 10€ fee each group • The 4 organisations pay for travel expenses to their own committee members • The ScoutLink member is paid by his/her offline organisation, since ScoutLink is not an association in Denmark