1709, 2019

RAGFP Peace Day 2019 Webinar

September 17th, 2019|Categories: |

September 16, 2019, By Rotarian Action Group For Peace

Celebrate International Peace Day with the Rotarian Action Group for Peace! Get inspired and learn from RAGFP's exclusive webinar event for Rotarians and Peacebuilders on successful peace projects. Learn from our expert panel of inspiring RAGFP members and volunteers. The panel will be hosted and facilitated by RAGFP Executive Director Reem Ghunaim. Tickets are discounted for International Peace Day at $10! Don't wait -- We only have 100 seats. Register today to reserve your spot. Once you're registered, you'll receive a Zoom Meeting invitation for the Webinar event. Proceeds support the RAGFP's mission to educate, engage, empower and support Rotarian Peacebuilders worldwide. Register Now

1709, 2019

Mediators Beyond Borders 2019 International Congress

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September 16, 2019, Published in Mediators Beyond Borders International 

Conflict-transformation is a key leadership skill, especially in today’s increasingly complex world. In this ground-breaking leadership conference, Mediators Beyond Borders International invites trailblazers, risk-takers, and change-makers in the mediation and conflict-transformation space. They will share experiences, practices, and processes, so we can each work to create positive socioeconomic change into the next decade. Mediators Beyond Borders International (MBBI) is proud to be one of eight Rotary Service Partners, and is working in collaboration with Districts 3410 and 3420 to organize a groundbreaking International Peace Congress in Bali, Indonesia November 6 -8, 2019. This event is uniquely designed to transform the lives its participants.

1609, 2019

My mother’s dream

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September 13, 2019, By Reem Ghunaim, Published in Rotary Voices

I am a Rotary Peace Fellow from Palestine. My mother is a Palestinian refugee who fled her home with her family in 1948. My father’s entire village was displaced for two weeks in 1967. In fact, nearly half of my family are Palestinian refugees. I was born and raised in Tulkarem, home of two refugee camps that still exist from the Nakba of 1948. One camp is beside my former high school in the middle of downtown. The other is located at the Eastern entrance of my city. This refugee camp is the first thing I see every time I return home to visit my family. Read More

1309, 2019

Nominees for the 2019 Santa Barbara Peace Prize

September 13th, 2019|Categories: |

September 12, 2019, Published in UN Association of Santa Barbara and Tri Counties 

The Santa Barbara UNA Peace Prize was created by the United Nations Association of Santa Barbara and Tri Counties (UNASB). The chapter is the oldest one in the United States, having formed in 1947, and spans San Luis Obispo, Ventura, and Santa Barbara counties. From our President Barbara Gaughen-Muller: "We have received seven simply stunning nominations this year for the Peace Prize. We are so excited to honor the individuals in this community that are doing amazing work in the world."

1109, 2019

Rotary leads Hurricane Dorian relief efforts

September 11th, 2019|Categories: |

September 4, 2019, By Dave King, Published in Rotary Great Britain and Ireland 

Former Rotary International President Barry Rassin has called for Rotarians to help provide financial aid to the hurricane-devastated Bahamas, where at least seven people have been killed – and with the death toll expected to rise. With sustained wind speeds over 160 mph and gusts of more than 220 mph, the category 5 Hurricane Dorian hovered over Grand Bahama for more than 30 hours, after causing catastrophic destruction in the neighboring island of Abaco. Bahamian Barry Rassin, has been using social media to appeal for help. He wrote: “The Bahamas Rotary Disaster Committee has already had meetings and is ready as soon as possible to help our country. They have an account set up for donations."

909, 2019

Rotary and Open World

September 9th, 2019|

September 2019, Published in Rotary International

The Open World Program (a program funded by the Congress of the United States) that offers Rotary clubs in the US a unique opportunity to enhance international understanding and peace by hosting emerging leaders from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Mongolia, Russia, Serbia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan. Rotary clubs host Open World delegates in their homes. Through this cultural exchange, delegates experience American family and community life, and the Rotary hosts broaden their international understanding. Learn More

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