Complete 6 activities from the list, two from each topic area.

If you have the Chief Scout’s Platinum Award you should complete four activities, and if you have the Chief Scout’s Diamond Award you should complete two. These should be different from the ones already completed for the other awards.

An activity cannot count for this requirement if is being used for any other requirement of the award (e.g. taking part in an international camp cannot be used for both Residential and an International requirement).

International

•    Complete your Explorer Belt, or be a mentor to an Explorer Belt Team.
•    Take an active part in a project with an overseas aid organisation, such as UNESCO. Present your experience to your unit / relevant audience.
•    Take an active part in a camp in another country, for instance, a Jamboree or Moot.
•    Present your experience to your unit / relevant audience.
•    Take an active part in an International Camp in the United Kingdom in a role other than "Participant".
•    Take part in a project at a campsite abroad, for example, as part of a Euro-Steps project or Camp America.
•    Organise a series of 6 evening programmes for your Unit on an international theme agreed with your mentor.
•    Organise a series of 6 evening programmes for another Section on an international theme agreed with your mentor.
•    Complete any activity of a similar nature agreed beforehand, and registered with your mentor.
•    Complete the Scouts of the World Award.

Environmental

•    Take an active part in an environmental project with another organisation. Present your experience to your unit / Relevant Audience.
•    Take an active part in an environmental project in your local community.  Discuss your experience with your mentor / Present your experience to your unit / Relevant Audience.
•    Choose a current environmental issue to research, and then present your findings to your Unit.
•    Complete an environmental impact assessment of an activity the Unit/Network is undertaking and act on your findings.
•    Organise a series of 6 evening programmes for your Unit on an environmental theme agreed with your mentor.
•    Organise a series of 6 evening programmes for another Section on an environmental theme agreed with your mentor.
•    Complete any activity of a similar nature agreed beforehand, and registered with your mentor.
•    Complete the Scouts of the World Award.

Values

•    Choose a current issue to research, such as health or crime, and then present your findings to your Unit.
•    Organise a series of six evening programmes for your Unit on a Values theme agreed with your mentor.
•    Take an active part in a project examining your own faith, for example a retreat. Discuss your experience with your mentor/present your experience to your Unit/relevant audience.
•    Take an active part in a project examining a faith other than your own.
•    Take a regular leading part in activities at your place of worship.
•    Organise a series of six evening programmes for another section on an values theme agreed with your mentor.
•    Complete any activity of a similar nature agreed beforehand, and registered with your mentor.
•    Complete the Scouts of the World Award.