The International Activity Badge - In Memoriam
The International Activity Badge was a three-inch diameter multi-colored patch worn on the right pocket of the uniform to recognize participation in unit, council, and world scouting international activities.
The International Activity Badge was initiated in 1962 by the Transatlantic Council, BSA and General Bruce Clark. The patch was awarded to any Cub Scout, Boy Scout, Varsity Scout, Sea Scout, Venture Scout or Scouter who met the eligibility requirements set by the council. There was no time restriction for earning the International Activity Badge.
This award could be earned by Tiger Cubs, Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Sea Scouts, Varsity Scouts, Venture Scouts and Scouters. It has been replaced by the International Spirit Award (for more information click here). Scouts and Scouters who started working on the International Activity Badge may continue to do so until December 2013 or as supplies are no longer available - whichever comes first.
Here is a handy guide to the requirements for all parties (link).
Download the application itself here.