The 2015 Europe Region Workshop took place from 15 to 20 March in Pannonhalma, Hungary. 36 participants from 15 different European countries signed up for this workshop.
The theme was: Visibility and how to get new members
During the first day the participants had the opportunity to present themselves and to discuss the expectations of the workshop.
The second day Nana Gentimi, vice chairman of ISGF World committee shared the latest news from ISGF since World Conference 2014.
Michael Grüber from NSGF Austria presented a workshop about the Generations in the Guild.
A wide variety of questions and issues came forward as well as personal insights and experiences.
In the afternoon the participants visited the premises of the Pannonhalma Archabbey, one of the oldest historical monuments in Hungary, founded in 996 which building is on the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites.
On the morning of the third day, the participants visited the nearby town of Györ, Hungary six largest city.
In the afternoon Sara Milreu, member of the Europe Region Committee presented another topic focused on the generations in Scouting and Guiding,
On Thursday Doris Stockmann, vice chairman Europe Region Committee talked about the visibility and good relations with Scout and Guide organizations.
Practical sessions followed after a short introduction of how to design a flyer/folder with hands on presented by Leny Doelman, content manager of ISGF website.
Throughout the workshop, participants had the opportunity to get to know each other better and to hear about each other’s experiences and projects. The workshop was designed to introduce the participants to ISGFs problem of visibility.