Conférence Française de Scoutisme

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Conférence Française de Scoutisme
Conférence Française de Scoutisme
French Conference of the Scout Movement
Headquarters Paris
Country France
Founded 2000
Membership 35,000

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The Conférence Française de Scoutisme (French Conference of the Scout Movement, CFS) is a French Scouting federation, founded in 2000 and serving about 35,000 members of both genders. The CFS is not a member of either the World Organization of the Scout Movement or the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts.

Aims of the federation are the common use of its members' possibilities, the preservation of necessary public space for Scouting and the defense of Traditional Scouting developed by Robert Baden-Powell.[1]


The organization consists of three coeducational associations:

The Scouts unitaires de France are not a member of the CFS, but support its message aux familles (messages to the families) issued in 1999 and predating the foundation of the CFS.

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