Comité de Enlace del Guidismo en España

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Comité de Enlace del Guidismo en España
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Joint Committee for Guiding in Spain
Country Spain
Founded 1955/1962
Membership 7,559
Affiliation World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts
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The Comité de Enlace del Guidismo en España (Catalan: Comité d'Enllaç del Guiatge a Espanya; Joint Committee for Guiding in Spain) is the Spanish national Guiding association. Guiding was introduced to Spain in 1929. The Comité de Enlace del Guidismo en España became a full member of World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts in 1969. Guiding has actually 7,559 members in Spain (as of 2008).[1]

The member organizations are:

  • Federacion Española de Guidismo (FEG)
  • Federació Catalana d'Escoltisme i Guiatge (FCEG, only in Catalonia)

Both member organizations are umbrella federations. Their members are:

All Spanish Guiding associations are interreligious, except the Catholic MEG, and are coeducational.[citation needed]

The Catalan FCEG is also an associated member of the Federación de Escultismo en España and so affiliated to WOSM.

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  1. ^ "33rd World Conference Document No. 11" (PDF). World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2011-07-22. Retrieved 2008-10-27. 

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