Discussion of inclusive practices in school and work life is an ever current issue. However, inclusion does not stop there, and for persons with disabilities to be able to actively participate in every aspect of society, organizations like the scouts must also do their part. This thesis is based on the main research questions What characterizes the inclusion of children and youth with disabilities in the Norwegian scout association Norges KFUK-KFUM-speidere? The thesis is based on the fundamental pedagogical principles of learning by doing and personal development. Lines are also drawn from pre-existing information from research done on persons with disabilities participation in organized activities in general. However, while the ground rules of Norges KFUK-KFUM-speidere make general inclusion statutory, there is little on the inclusion of children and youth with disabilities specifically. In the organization s publications – web pages, scouting handbook, etc. – there is little information on how to adapt scouting activities to suit persons with disabilities. Based on the low amount of pre-existing information, it seemed most interesting to get a wider, generic picture of the current situation, and decided to conduct a survey by sending out a questionnaire to scout leaders across the country. From the results of the survey it seems that the implantation of the basic method of scouting is already adapting to the various developmental levels of children and youth. As such, adaptations to children and youth with disabilities should not be many steps away. And though leaders have concerns about several practical issues, none of the concerns seem utterly insurmountable, and the general attitude is one of wanting to give everyone a fair chance to see if scouting is an activity for them. In general one could say that the foundation is there, but that there is still room for improvement.