(1) Have an elementary knowledge of geography, history and of at least two countries other than his own.
2) Have corresponded regularly for not less than one year (at least six letters) with a Scout of some other country either individually or as part of a Patrol or Troop “link up”
(3) Have some knowledge of the Organisation and activities of the World Organisation of Scout Movement.
(4) Have done at least two of the following:
(i) Have kept an album or scrap book for at least one year giving illustrated information of Scout activities, sports, culture, home life and national affair of another country.
(ii) Know purpose and organisation of the United Nations, functions of its principal subsidiary agencies and be able to explain these in simple terms.
(iii) Have taken part in some practical activity of an international character such as the collection and distribution of relief supplies, reception and settlement of new immigrants or assisted in some project of a non-partisan organisation for promotion of World Brotherhood.
(iv) Camp or hike for at least seven days with a Scout or Scouts of another country (either in our country or their country) and produce a log book covering this event to include his impressions and knowledge gained of the visiting Scouts and country or countries.