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What if we started thinking about Rotary as more than a collection of service clubs and started thinking of ourselves as a global peacebuilding force?
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What if together we wage peace?
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By Charlotte Alfred, April 27, 2016, published in the World Post After months of delays, South Sudan’s opposition leader Riek Machar returned to the capital city of Juba on Tuesday, a day after his military chief of staff General Simon Gatwech Dual returned, pictured above.JOK SOLOMUN/REUTERS South Sudan’s leaders
April 27, 2016, published in International Peace Bureau “The world is over – armed and peace is under-funded.” -UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon Bringing together a wide variety of experts, advocates and speakers from around the globe; Including talks, presentations, roundtables, panel discussions, workshops, information booths, exhibitions, cultural activities; High point
By Joshua S. Goldstein and Steven Pinker, April 21, 2016, published in The Boston Globe DAVID BONAZZI FOR THE BOSTON GLOBE QUIETLY, AMID the carnage and chaos in the daily news, 2016 is shaping up as a good year for peace in the world. You read that right. A
As coeditors and contributors, Dr. Harry Anastasiou, Executive Director of the Rotarian Action Group for Peace, and Dr. Pamina Firchow, a Rotary Peace Fellow and Assistant Professor at George Mason University, have initiated and led the publication of a multi-authored book entitled Practical Approaches to Peacebuilding: Putting Theory to Practice.