Flemish scouts. It's good to see that there is one place where traditional values of order, discipline, obedience, respect, and shorts are still upheld.
In fact, when I was living in Belgium I often noticed many little ways in which it was like being in a rather charming timewarp.
When the British official scouts introduced a new uniform of long trousers in 1970 and banned the wearing of shorts, it was a disastrous capitulation to the whim of fashion purely in order to look trendy. It didn't do them the slightest good: UK scouting has continued its steep decline. One very rarely sees them here nowadays.
In Belgium, on the other hand, where they have maintained their traditions, you see boy scouts all over the place, town and country, doing good works and enjoying themselves.
And, incidentally, keeping out of trouble. You don't see very much teen yobbery or binge drinking in Brussels.