Pigespejdernes Fællesråd Danmark

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Pigespejdernes Fællesråd Danmark
Country Denmark
Founded 1923
Membership 22,090
President Princess Benedikte of Denmark
Affiliation World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts
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Pigespejdernes Fællesråd Danmark (PFD, The Joint Committee of Girl Guides in Denmark) is the national Guiding federation of Denmark. Danish Guiding started in 1910, the PFD was founded in 1923 and was among the founding members of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts in 1928. The federation serves 18,893 Guides (as of 2008).[1]

Member associations[edit]

Full members of the federation are

Observer status within the federation have:

Jamboree Denmark 2012[edit]

A Jamboree took place near Holstebro in July 2012, run jointly by member organizations of the PFD as well as the Danish Scout Council.[2] 35,000 Scouts are expected to attend.[3]


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