The first Pan-Homenetmen Conference for Chief Scouts was held from February 1982 18 to 21, in Athens, with an agenda of drafting a Homenetmen Scouting Charter and Bylaw and planning a special program for the General Pan-Homenetmen Jamborees. The conference also discussed creating an educational guide that would combine scouting knowledge with elements of Armenian education. The guide was to be prepared by each Homenetmen region, to best serve its local needs.

The second Pan-Homenetmen Conferencefor Chief Scouts was held from June 26 to July 5, 1988, in California. The agenda was packed with discussions about educational and scouting issues, as well as a series of lectures on topics related to the Armenian Cause.

The third Pan-Homenetmen Conference for Chief Scouts was held from December 14 to 23, 1996, in Sydney and mainly focused on discussing the publication of scouting textbooks and guides. It also discussed the possible ways of coordinating scouting activities between the regions and creating new paths to further strengthen the connection between the scouts.

The fourth Pan-Homenetmen Conference for Chief Scouts was held from August 9 to 14, 2004, in Tsaghkadzor - Armenia, following an eight-year hiatus. It reviewed the state of Homenetmen scouting and discussed ways of adapting it to modern needs and expectations. New educational programs targeting the Armenian national and scouting education of the young scouts were developed. Representatives from the Ararat Armenian Cultural Association in Iran also attended the conference.

The fifth Pan-Homenetmen Conference for Chief Scouts was held from August 24 to 29, 2008. It reviewed of the knowledge necessary to obtain the Certified and the Araradian Ranks, defined the curriculum for chief scouts’ training sessions, and prepared a detailed outline for the activities of girl and boy cub scouts. Representatives from the Ararat Armenian Cultural Association, as well as Nayiree and Sipan Associations in Iran, were also in attendance.

The sixth Pan-Homenetmen Conference for Chief Scouts was held from August 20 to 24, 2012, in Tsaghkadzor, Armenia. It revised the Homenetmen Scouting Charter and Bylaw and the scouting textbooks. The agenda also included discussions on scouting activities planned for the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide. Representatives from the Ararat Armenian Cultural Association in Iran were also in attendance.

The seventh Pan-Homenetmen Conferencefor Chief Scouts was held from July 27 to 31, 2016, in Yerevan. The agenda focused on discussing and planning all scouting activities dedicated to the 100th celebrations of Homenetmen and reviewed the scouting textbooks and their methodologies, the requirements for obtaining an Araradian Rank, as well as the organizational issues of the 11th General Pan-Homenetmen Jamboree. A representative from the Ararat Armenian Cultural Association in Iran took part in the conference.

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