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Peace Through Service Part 1 of 3

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Peace Through Service Part 1 of 3

  1. 1. Advancing World Peace through Rotary Service Al Jubitz Sydney – June 3, 2014
  2. 2. RI President Sakuji Tanaka Peace through Service
  3. 3. In 1914, at the onset of the first World War, delegates to Rotary’s international convention in Houston adopted a resolution that called for the convening of an international peace conference.
  4. 4. At the 1921 convention in Edinburgh, Scotland, Rotarians agreed to incorporate peacemaking into Rotary’s constitution and bylaws.
  5. 5. Waterton-Glacier Int’l Peace Park 1932 - 80th Anniversary - 2012
  6. 6. Rotarians adopted a resolution calling for “freedom, justice, truth, sanctity of the pledged word, and respect for human rights.” At the 1940 convention in Havana, Cuba,
  7. 7. Human Rights
  8. 8. In 1942, British Rotarians convened a conference to plan a world at peace. Chaired by Past RI President Sydney W. Pascall, and attended by ministers of education and observers from around the world, the conference led to the establishment of UNESCO* four years later in 1946. *United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization.
  9. 9. In 1945, 49 Rotary members served in 29 delegations to the United Nations Charter Conference.
  10. 10. Today, Rotary maintains close relationships with many UN agencies. RI’s representatives to the UN host an annual Rotary UN Day to celebrate this partnership for peace.
  11. 11. 2002 -Rotary Peace Centers and Fellowships • FULL FUNDING (tuition, room & board, transportation) • 50+ MASTERS DEGREES each year offered in peace studies, conflict resolution, international relations, sustainable development • 50 – 3 Month Certificates each year in same fields of study every year • APPLY through local Rotary Club (January - May) Applications due each spring
  12. 12. Join us - sign up sheet on table 2012
  13. 13. 2013 TRF New Grant Model Peace & Conflict Prevention / Resolution Disease Prevention & Treatment Water & Sanitation Maternal & Child Health Basic Education & Literacy Economic & Community Development • AIDS • Blindness Prevention • Blood Donation • Dental • Diabetes • Health Fairs • Hunger & Malnutrition • Malaria • Multiple Sclerosis • Polio Survivors • Population & Development • RAG for Hearing Six Areas of Focus • RAG for Peace • WASRAG • RFPD • Literacy RAG • Micro Finance RAG
  14. 14. 28 Trends in the Global Peace System
  15. 15. Social Change Trends Eleanor Roosevelt
  16. 16. Conflict Transformation Trends University of Uppsala, Sweden
  17. 17. Global Collaboration Trends The United Nations
  18. 18. WHAT CAN YOU DO NOW 1. Start a Peace Committee in your Club 2. Recruit Peace Scholar Candidates 3. Find a conflict – start a conversation – facilitate the solution. 4. Start a peace project 5. Join the Rotarian Action Group for Peace The Rotarian Action Group For Peace is not an agency of, nor controlled by, Rotary International.
  19. 19. North Kohala World Peace and Other 4th Grade Achievements
  20. 20. IF I HAD A WISH FOR ROTARIANS
  21. 21. “There is nothing impossible for Rotary now.” Paul Harris, 1915
  22. 22. JOIN US - SIGN UP SHEET ON TABLE

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