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ROTARY IS THE LARGEST AND LONGEST SERVING PEACEBUILDING NONPROFIT IN THE WORLD
 
Proclaimed in 1917, Rotary’s goal of worldwide peace and tolerance has been an unwavering pursuit: conducting global forums, hosting international peace symposiums, advancing peace through its 60-year collaboration with the UN, as well as grassroots initiatives such as the Rotarian Action Group for Peace.
In order to become a peace builder club, the committee has created the following requirements:
 
  1. Form a peace committee (two or more members) involved in becoming educated on Rotary International’s focus on peace making and peace building and conducting education session(s) on peacemaking 
  2. Involve youth (Youth Service)
 
PLUS - Choose at least two of the following:
 
  1. Integrate peace into a club service project and/or partner with groups outside of Rotary
  2. Submit a prospective candidate for a Rotary Peace Fellowship 
  3. Participate in peace projects that other clubs are involved in 
  4. Join the Rotarian Action Group for Peace (not necessary, but strongly recommended)
 
Peace is linked to all of Rotary’s Areas of Focus. There is an intrinsic link between peace and the environment, Rotary’s new area of focus. The District 7080 Peace Committee would like to tell you more. With our presentation, one of the committee members will be happy to appear at your club as a guest speaker. Please contact peace@rotary7080.org to arrange.