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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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Serve as a resource to Rotarians, Rotary clubs and districts by supporting the peace work of Rotarians worldwide.

What if together we wage peace?

Just imagine, Rotarians building a world beyond war. Learn more about our organization and how you can join us as ‘We Wage Peace’.

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1708, 2018

Peace Days Festival to Premier Film Dispelling Idigenous Stereotypes

Published by PeaceDays.ca

First Contact is a film series that is part of the Rotarian and Friends inspired 9th annual Peace Days Festival of Peace and Compassion that launches September 11, 2018. Peace Days begins with a raising of the Peace Days Flag with the Mayor at City Hall in Winnipeg at 9:00 AM, and culminates on September 21st,  the International Day of Peace 2018. Rotarian inspired and co-created with Indigenous Peoples, Honouring Indigenous Peoples (HIP), and the Rotary Club of Winnipeg, they are using this transformative education film series to be a catalyst and inspiration for an informed dialogue between Rotarians, friends, supporters of Rotarian service, and Indigenous Peoples in Canada and beyond. The goal is to build understanding, goodwill, and peace. And to inspire others to do the same. 

1308, 2018

Open World Program Makes Impact in Ukraine

By Wes Granger and Christopher DiRosa, Published in Rotary International

In June 2017, with the help of the Rotary Club of Longmont in Colorado, USA, and in partnership with the non-profit, The Inclusion Collective, we along with three other community members from Colorado volunteered in Kiev, Ukraine, in specialized settings for children with disabilities. By every measurement, this project was a success. This opportunity never would have happened without the life changing support of Rotary members.

608, 2018

Rotarians use Music Camp to Break Barriers

By Sharon Bay, Published in Rotary International

I had only been a Rotarian for a year, and was eager for another opportunity to serve, when I was asked by the committee chair of District 5340’s Music Camp Youth Exchange if I would be interested in hosting two talented musical students for three weeks that summer. My husband and I had hosted an exchange student from Bolivia several years prior and had enjoyed the experience. This would only be for three weeks, and we felt we knew what to expect, so we enthusiastically said yes. 

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1506, 2018

Rotary Highlights RI Toronto Fellowship Events

By Rotary Service and Engagement, Published in Rotary International Rotary offers endless opportunities to connect with others who share similar passions within your club and district. Every year, many Rotary Fellowships meet at the Rotary International Convention to reconnect with old friends a make new ones while participating in an activity or exploring a shared interest! If you are attending the 2018 Toronto Convention, be sure to visit the House of Friendship to network with these groups. Visit RAGFP in the House of Friendship booth 317. Download the Convention Events and Booth Exhibit Guide to find Rotary Fellowships that share your interests and expertise. 

202, 2018

RAGFP Presents Rotary’s Peace Vision to Palestinian Community Leaders

By Rotarian Action Group For Peace, February 2, 2018

The new year provided dynamic opportunities for Rotarian Action Group For Peace to share Rotary's vision of peace. In January, RAGFP Executive Director Reem Ghunaim conducted a whirlwind "peace tour" in her home country of Palestine. RAGFP's mission of supporting Rotarian peacebuilders was both accepted and appreciated in a part of the world that is "hungry for peace." 

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