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The Baden-Powell Scouts' Association (B-PSA) is a youth organisation found in the United Kingdom, with affiliations in various countries. Baden-Powell Scouting focuses on the importance oftradition in the Scout movement. Ireland, Japan, Argentina, Malaysia, Germany, Denmark, Ghana, Canada[1] and The United States[2] have traditional organisations that are affiliated to theBaden-Powell Scouts' Association (B-PSA).

The Baden-Powell Scout Association shares the heritage of the youth Scouting Movement, however they believe in a more traditional way of Scouting whichclosely follows the program set out by Baden-Powell in his book: Scouting for Boys. They are not a historical re-creation society.

It was formed in the United Kingdom in 1970 when it was feltthat rest of the Scout Movement was abandoning the traditions and intentions set out by General Robert Baden-Powell in 1907. The Baden-Powell Scouts retain the belief that essence of the movementshould be based on outdoor activities related to the skills of explorers, backwoodsmen and frontiersmen.

It is a voluntary, non-formal educational charity movement for young people. It isindependent, non-political, non-military, and open to all without distinction of origin, race, creed or gender, in accordance with the purpose, principles and method conceived by RobertBaden-Powell.

As an independent Scout Association, they are members of the World Federation of Independent Scouts (WFIS). The WFIS was formed in Laubach, Germany, in 1996 by Lawrie Dring, Presidentof the B-PSA, a British Scouter with the independent Baden-Powell Scouts' Association (B-PSA). This is a world body that recognises Independent Scouts Associations in countries across the globewhich teach traditional Baden-Powell Scouting values. Their aim is to improve the standard of our future citizens with the object of using their efficiency for service for their fellows.[3]