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''Like all Awards, this one can be transferred to the Scout Sash when the Cub moves up to Troop.''
 
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== Outcomes ==
 
== Outcomes ==
Individually or as part of a team, Cubs develop a broad and higher level skill and knowledge about the Canadian multicultural mosaic and Canada's role in the world community. <ref> Taken from [http://www.scouts.ca/media/documents/GenMeasuringSuccess.pdf MEASURING SUCCESS - THE SCOUTING WAY] </ref>
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Individually or as part of a team, Cubs develop a broad and higher level skill and knowledge about the Canadian multicultural mosaic and Canada's role in the world community. <ref>{{MeasuringSuccess}}</ref>
  
 
== Requirements ==
 
== Requirements ==
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To achieve the World Citizen Award you must complete the following:
 
To achieve the World Citizen Award you must complete the following:
  

Latest revision as of 18:04, 6 April 2012

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Like all Awards, this one can be transferred to the Scout Sash when the Cub moves up to Troop.

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Outcomes

Individually or as part of a team, Cubs develop a broad and higher level skill and knowledge about the Canadian multicultural mosaic and Canada's role in the world community. [1]

Requirements

Pre 2011 version

To achieve the World Citizen Award you must complete the following:

  1. Earn the Purple Star.
  2. Earn a total of three of the Canada and the World related badges as follows:
  3. Choose a current affairs topic of your choice and follow it in the news for at least one week. Report on what had happened and how people were involved.
  4. Participate in a pack meeting which highlights Canada's role in the United Nations, such as a U.N. night.

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References

  1. Taken from MEASURING SUCCESS - THE SCOUTING WAY