The 2nd Joint meeting of the GCC Ministerial Committee forThe GCC Ministerial Committee for Culture and Tourism held the 2nd joint meeting on Thursday, 10 October 2019, in Muscat, Oman. The meeting was chaired by, HE Read more 10October2019Share this news...tweetThe Meeting of the GCC Ministerial Committee for CulturThe GCC Ministerial Committee for Culture held the 23rd meeting on Thursday, 10 October 2019, in Muscat, Oman. The meeting was chaired by, HH Sayyid Haitham bin Read more 10October2019Share this news...tweetThe Secretary General of the Gulf Cooperation Council participatesUnder the patronage HH Sayyid Haitham bin Tariq Al Said, Minister of Heritage and Culture of the Sultanate of Oman and the GCC Ministers of Culture, the Secretary Read more 10October2019Share this news...tweetThe 16th Meeting of the GCC Supreme Military Committee ofThe GCC Military Committee of the Chiefs of Staff of the Armed Forces held the 16th meeting on Thursday, 10 October 2019, in Muscat, Oman; with the participation of the Read more 10October2019Share this news...tweetThe Secretary General of the Gulf Cooperation Council launchesThe Secretary General of the Gulf Cooperation Council Dr. Abdullatif bin Rashid Al-Zayani launched the Spatial Platform for the GCC Sustainable Development Goals Read more 09October2019Share this news...tweet News Events No content found More Events Menu عربي ×News × Events ×Employees Mail × . . × × HomeAbout GCC Member StatesThe CharterOrganizational StructureObjectivesLogo Secretariat General Secretary GeneralAssistant SecretariesTendersJobs GCC AchievementsCurrently selected AchievementsProjects Statements Supreme CouncilMinisterial Council Data Events And Competitions EventsCompetitions Cognitive Sources Laws and RegulationsAgreementsDigital LibraryGCC Statistics Media Center GCC NewsAdvertisingMultimedia LibraryMailing ListLinks Contact US Contact USOffices Search Employees Mail Cooperation in the field of Human and Environment Affairs Cooperation in the field of Human and Environment Affairs الرئيسية›Home›GCC Achievements›Achievements›Cooperation in the field of Human and Environment Affairs›Joint Youth Action Cooperation in educationScientific and Technical CooperationCooperation in the field of employment and social servicesJoint Social ActionEnvironmental CooperationCooperation in the Filed of HealthJoint Municipal ActionJoint Action in the Field of HousingJoint Youth ActionCurrently selectedJoint Sport Action ObjectivesThe Joint Youth Action within the framework of the GCC aims at achieving specific objectives such as: Achieving close relationship between the GCC citizens through organizing joint meetings Achieving equality between GCC citizens Nationalizing jobs Coordination of GCC positions at the international forums Achieving vocational development and exchange of expertise Encouraging studies and research in the field of youth and sports Cooperation with the regional and international organizations and groups Developing joint frameworks in the field of youth, sports and scouts Unification of the designations, frameworks, structures and specializations at the youth and sport administrations and institutions Developing a strategy for common action Fields of the Joint Youth and Scout ActivitiesJoint activities in youth and scout fields occupy a significant position in the GCC process towards integration and cooperation. These activities include three main areas: Youth activities, Scout activities and Female Guide activities. The following GCC committees run these activities:1. Committee of the Ministers of Youth and Sport: Five subcommittees branch of this committee: the Committee of Deputy Ministers and the following Technical Committees: The Youth Committee, The Leaders Training Committee, The Sport for All Committee and the Youth Hostels Committee.2. The Committee of the Heads of Scout Societies and Organizations: two subcommittees branch of this committee: the Technical Committee and the Training, Programs and Community Development Committee3. The Female Guides’ CommitteeAchievements in the Field of Joint Youth ActivitiesIn line with the GCC objectives in the field of joint youth activities, the following achievements have been attained over the past 25 years:(1) Joint Framework The joint sport and youth framework that outlines the principles and grounds envisaging youth activities has been adopted. The joint scout framework sets out the implementing prospects of the common activities and the rules governing the relations between the scout societies and organizations. Scout curricula have also been adopted in all scout stages. The principle of equal treatment of all GCC citizens, which enables GCC citizens of utilizing the youth and sort services at any Member State, has also been adopted.(2) Programs and Activities Many meetings, festivals, exhibitions, work camps and social, scientific, scout, information and educational meetings as well as several courses, studies, research and forums are organized every year. These programs and activities are organized among GCC States on an alternative basis; some sixty activities are organized every year. Many external joint camps, exhibitions, educational festivals, scout and scientific trips and hostels trips as well as external sport participations are organized at the external representation level, in addition to the cooperation with the regional and international organizations and groups for organizing many joint activities. Completion and unification of the designations, frameworks, structures and specializations at the youth and sport administrations and institutions is currently underway, in addition to developing youth welfare strategy within the framework of the GCC Comprehensive Development Strategy.(3) Laws and LegislationPrinciples of the youth and sport activities in the GCC States (1983) were identified. The GCC has also adopted the framework of the joint youth activities as well as the implementing frameworks of the joint youth activities. Moreover, many designations, frameworks, structures and specializations at the youth and sport administrations and institutions have been unified. In addition to the legislation for encouragement of creative, inventive and gifted youth by granting them relevant patents and incentives.(4) GCC Educational and Social RelationshipsMany meetings, festivals, work camps and social, scientific, scout, information and educational meetings have been organized. Thousands of participants have participated in these activities that have an indirect influence on all categories of the GCC community.(5) Relationships with the Arab and International SocietiesGCC States have Participated in many meetings and educational and scientific festivals such as Tokyo Educational Festival (1986), Scientific Inventions Exhibition (France, 1995), Educational Festival (France, 1998) , the scientific visit to China, and the meeting of the GCC youth with their counterparts from other countries (Hungary, Oct. 2008).The interest in organizing working camps and environment and community services in the Arab countries has increased; six camps were organized at Somalia (1985), Sudan (1986), Syria (1993), Egypt (1995), Lebanon (1999) and Jordan (2001). Many projects have been completed through those camps, such as afforestation, leveling of agricultural lands, building study chambers, installation of water pipelines, girls’ training centers for sewing and embroidery and reconstitution of schools, scientific centers and youth facilities. (6) Training of Cadres and ExpertiseIn this connection, participation in the training courses organized by the Training, Seminars and Workshops Committee during which youth activities are organized has been increased. Qualified members possessing required experience and skills have been appointed at the technical committees.