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Prestonian Lecture, "Scouting & Freemasonry: two parallel organisations?"

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W Bro. Tony Harvey examines the current and potential future relationship between Scouting & Freemasonry.

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The Prestonian Lectureship is the oldest Masonic lectureship in the world and the only one sponsored by the United Grand Lodge of England.

In his 2012 Prestonian Lecture, Bro. Harvey identifies the considerable parallels between Scouting & Freemasonry, two membership organisations that share the same values. He explains how Scouting successfully navigated a change process to modernise the organisation without changing or compromising its core purpose or values and suggests how Freemasonry can learn lessons from Scouting’s experiences.

He proposes local as well as national collaboration between the two organisations to create mutual benefit.

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