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World Thinking Day, formerly known as Thinking Day, is an annual celebration observed on February 22nd by Girl Guides, Girl Scouts, and Scout and Guide organizations worldwide. This day holds significant importance as it promotes international friendship, solidarity, and reflection on key issues affecting young women globally


The primary purpose of World Thinking Day is to foster international understanding and friendship among members of the Guiding and Scouting movements. It serves as an opportunity for participants to reflect on the diversity of cultures, traditions, and experiences within their global community. Additionally, World Thinking Day encourages awareness and action on issues such as gender equality, environmental sustainability, and poverty alleviation.

Themes and Activities:

Each year, World Thinking Day is centered around a specific theme that reflects current global challenges and priorities. In 2023, the theme was “Our World, Our Peaceful Future,” with a focus on environmental awareness. Activities included engaging in discussions on climate change, organizing eco-friendly projects, and advocating for peace and sustainability.

For 2024, the theme is “Our World, Our Thriving Future: The Environment and Global Poverty.” This theme underscores the interconnectedness of environmental sustainability and poverty reduction. Participants are encouraged to explore ways to address these issues collectively, promote social justice, and create a world where everyone can thrive.

Fundraising and Support:

Since its establishment in 1932, the World Thinking Day Fund has played a crucial role in supporting the global Guiding and Scouting community. Through contributions from members worldwide, the fund provides financial support for various initiatives, including assisting fellow Guides and Scouts in need, funding WAGGGS activities, and addressing pressing issues within the movement.

Celebrations and Engagement:

On World Thinking Day, Girl Guides, Girl Scouts, and members of Scout and Guide organizations come together to celebrate diversity, friendship, and unity. Activities may include cultural exchanges, community service projects, educational workshops, and social media campaigns. These activities not only raise awareness but also inspire action and collaboration among participants.

Celebrations and Engagement:

Celebrate World Thinking Day: Empowering Global Change
Join your fellow Girl Scouts and Girl Guides from over 150 countries around the world to celebrate World Thinking Day! But here’s the exciting part: you don’t need to wait until February to get started. Begin your journey of exploration and action today!

Start Learning and Embracing Perspectives:
Begin by learning about the significance of World Thinking Day and embracing perspectives outside your own. Explore the rich diversity of cultures, traditions, and experiences within the global Guiding and Scouting community. Engage in conversations with fellow members to gain insights into different worldviews and perspectives.

Reflect on the Theme:
This year’s theme, “Our World, Our Thriving Future: The Environment and Global Poverty,” invites us to reflect on the interconnected challenges of environmental sustainability and poverty reduction. Take time to ponder how these issues impact girls and women in your communities and around the world. Consider the unique barriers they face and the opportunities for positive change.

Think and Act Locally:
Think critically about the root causes contributing to environmental degradation and global poverty in your community. Consider how factors such as access to education, healthcare, and economic opportunities intersect with these challenges. Identify small, tangible actions you can take to make a big difference in your local context. Whether it’s participating in a community clean-up initiative, supporting sustainable practices, or advocating for inclusive policies, every action counts!

Connect Globally:
Reach out to Girl Scout and Girl Guide groups from different countries to exchange ideas, share experiences, and collaborate on projects addressing the theme of World Thinking Day. Leverage technology to bridge geographical boundaries and foster meaningful connections with fellow members worldwide. Together, we can amplify our impact and contribute to positive change on a global scale.

As we celebrate World Thinking Day, let us commit to starting the journey of change within ourselves and our communities. By embracing diverse perspectives, reflecting on global challenges, and taking meaningful action, we can create a more inclusive, sustainable, and thriving world for all. So, what are you waiting for? Start thinking, start changing, and let’s make a difference together!

Syeda Sakina Abidi

Syeda Sakina Abidi

Organizing Secretary - Section Girls - Pak Hyderi Scouts

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