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
The aim of the conference is to establish a framework that enables youth to meet and discuss the latest topics on the international agenda with the final goal of sending a youth message to the UN
44 Posters showing people of many faiths and beliefs. Sponsored in the US by Rotary District 7490
On 6 Oct 2014, the Rotary Clubs of Alpharetta and Milton-Windward dedicated the Peace Pole at Freedom Park, Milton Georgia to the brave men and women of our Armed Forces.
Be a Peace Maker. All are invited to share by posting their thoughts and ideas on a community Peace Wall,
A week long celebration at Norwalk Community College with the theme "Education for Peace" that culminates on September 21, International Day of Peace.
The PeaceJam Rotary collaboration works because of a powerful triangle between 1) Rotarians 2) the PeaceJam Curriculum and 3) Peace Fellows/Scholars who work directly with the young people and enable them to make better choices.
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.