Women are the main survivors in the Colombian conflict. Even in the most adverse circumstances they play a crucial role in their families' vital material and symbolic reconstruction. They are burdened with the pain of their losses, fear, family rupture, and righteous anger at seeing their bodies transformed into military targets. They reconstruct territories and
Host Rotary Clubs in Colombia: 1- Bogotá Centenario, 2- Ibagué Ciudad Musical y 3- Armero Ibagué Site: Two vulnerable communities in Colombia: Soacha and Ibagué Why work in peace projects in Colombia? The eldest guerilla in Latin America is that of Colombia. Colombian government and the guerilla are close to signing a Peace Agreement next march.
Conflict Prevention and Peacebuilding (CPPB): Tolerance and Peace before, during and after Elections.
Civilian Based Peace Process in Southern Thailand: Educational and Humanitarian Training of Rotarians in the Deep South conflict
Rotarians engaged in the Civilian Based Peace Process in Southern Thailand
World Peace Forum connecting peacemakers
Rotary World Peace Conference 2016 will bring together experts with solutions to the root cause of societal problems endemic throughout the world. Conf
Be a Peace Maker. All are invited to share by posting their thoughts and ideas on a community Peace Wall,
Together we can create a more peaceful, just and healthy planet. Be part of something great – join us at the 9th International Youth Media Summit!
Do you live in a city that has been divided by conflict? This project focuses on “coaching cities” who have overcame issues that divide them, and are committed to ongoing dialogue and reconciliation. Rotary Clubs are a welcome and valuable partner on these peace projects.
Reconciliation and peace-building in Cyprus through youth education.