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Les Scouts fédération des Scouts de Baden Powell de Belgique
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Foundation : 1912
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Founders :
Country : Belgium
President : Olivier Callant
Chiefscout :
Headquarters : 21, rue de Dublin, 1000 Bruxelles
Website :
members : 52000
Affiliated to :

World Organization of the Scout Movement

World Organization of the Scout Movement.
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Les Scouts – Fédération des Scouts Baden-Powell de Belgique, or simply Les Scouts, formerly known as Federation of Catholic Scouts (FSC) and Federation of Catholic Scouts Baden-Powell of Belgium, is the largest Scout association in francophone Belgium. Les Scouts is present in Wallonia and Brussels. His last name change, dated 1 September 2008, aims to better reflect its commitment to spiritual development is open to all.

Les Scouts is a member of the Guidisme et Scoutisme en Belgique (GSB, Guides and Scouts Movement of Belgium)


Les Scouts have nearly 52 000 children and adolescents, boys and girls distributed locally in about 415 units.

Programme Sections:

  • Les baladins (Beavers)- (ages 6 to 8 )
  • Les louveteaux (Cubs) - (ages 8 to 12)
  • Les éclaireurs (Scouts)- (ages 12 to 16)
  • Les pionniers (Explorers)- (ages 16 to 18)

See also

Scouting and Guiding in Belgium Guides and Scouts Movement of Belgium

External links

Les Scouts website