These badge requirements were updated on 26 January 2018. The previous badge requirements can still be used until 31 January 2019, to allow for transition where necessary.
- Draw or create the World Scout Badge. Explain the meaning of each of its parts and talk about the advantages of being part of a global movement of Cub Scouts.
- Make, build or draw something to represent a country. Include things like its currency, national dress, cultures, customs and languages.
- Explore another country’s traditions and culture around food and eating. What time do they eat? How do they eat? How do they sit? What do they eat?
- Take part in the activities of a celebration or festival that usually takes place in another country. Explore why the celebration or festival happens. What are the customs of the event?
For number 4, visiting a festival or holding a celebration as part of a Pack evening or Scouting event would be good. The festivals Mela, Holi, Mardi Gras and Chinese New Year are good examples