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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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1801, 2019

In Mexico’s migrant shelters, a Rotary scholar puts his education into action

Story and photos by Levi Vonk, January 3, 2019, Published in Rotary International

In 2015, shortly after finishing his studies as a Rotary Foundation global grant scholar, Levi Vonk went to Mexico to work with migrants. He has written about what he saw, and about the experiences of migrants themselves, for Rolling Stone, The Atlantic, and National Public Radio. For Rotary Foundation Month, we asked him to describe what he has done and learned. Vonk studied at the University of Sussex, England, sponsored by the Rotary clubs of Shoreham & Southwick, England, and Charleston Breakfast, S.C. His master’s degree in the anthropology of development and social transformation led to his becoming a 2014-15 Fulbright fellow to Mexico. He is now a doctoral candidate in medical anthropology at the University of California at Berkeley.

1401, 2019

20 years of ‘service beyond borders’

By Frank Bures, Published in Rotary International

When Rajendra Saboo finished his term as president of Rotary International in 1992, he started thinking about how he could continue to help people. And by 1998, after serving as Rotary Foundation trustee chair, he knew he wanted to do something hands-on. “When I was Rotary president, my theme was Look Beyond Yourself,” says Saboo, a member of the Rotary Club of Chandigarh, India. “I was thinking about service beyond borders. So I thought, ‘Is there anything that India can give?’ I realized that medical science in India is fairly advanced, and there are doctors — Rotarian doctors — who could give something to Africa, where the medical needs are tremendous.”

1001, 2019

Webinar: Resisting Oppression Through Nonviolence

January 10, 2019, Published in MediatorsBeyondBorders.org

As we continue to witness the ripple effect of the impact of our work, we invite you to welcome another year of peacebuilding by joining us in a conversation on “Resisting Oppression Through Nonviolence” by Mel Duncan, Nadine Bloch, and Daryn Cambridge on Wednesday, January 16, 2019, at 2 PM Eastern Time.  

Highlights

2910, 2018

RAGFP Statement of Nonviolence

“As a peace-promoting organization, the Rotarian Action Group For Peace condemns all acts of violence and violation of human rights and international humanitarian laws by all parties at all times."

1109, 2018

New Book Features Meditations on Peace

Published in FieldsofPeace.org

Soft as Water is a book of 52 meditations on peace--- peace within ourselves, peace in our relationships, and peace in our world.  Each meditation consists of a one-page reading followed by a brief commentary.  The readings are excerpts taken from many voices and sources---movies and memoirs, novels and history, folk tales and anecdote. The book is endorsed by Rotarian Action Group For Peace Co-Founder Harry Anastasiou. 

2908, 2018

Author Provides Book of Values to RAGFP Members

Published in PaulaFellingham.com

Dr. Paula Fellingham is a best-selling author and has written 7 books. As a Rotarian, she is pleased to make The Book of Values for Children of All Ages available for download for RAGFP members and Rotarian Peacebuilders. The Book highlights 76 values that deal with peace and sound principles of building ethical relationships in our society.    

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