Posted on Feb 28, 2018
Do you, members of your club or people in your community know someone who has a passion for more peace in our world and is committed through their vocation to make a difference as a peace builder and change agent? Find and nominate a Rotary Peace Fellow candidate from your community.
Rotary’s overarching focus on Peace and Conflict Prevention and Resolution is offered through 6 Rotary Peace Centres in 7 universities as Masters programs and Professional Certificate programs.
The Rotary Foundation offers up to 100 fellowships to eligible candidates every year and our dollars are well spent on these programs as investments in our future. There are now more than 1,100 Rotary Peace Fellows working in over 100 countries as peace builders and change agents.
Listening to the Rotary Peace Fellows share what they are currently doing at the recent RI Presidential Conference on Environmental Sustainability and Peace was an inspiration, reminding us of the amazing Rotary Peace Fellowship opportunities available.
Our clubs are encouraged to look for and screen potential candidates to participate in this amazing Rotary opportunity, at no financial cost to your club, unless you choose to place ads to attract candidates. For more information including description of the programs and eligibility criteria 
Potential candidates can apply through your club well in advance so that you can screen them for qualifications and eligibility. Any candidate acceptable to your club will then have to submit their application online by May 31st to our District 5040 for endorsement.
The Rotary Peace Centers' staff has organized a webinar on Tuesday March 6th from 8am-8:30am. Register here
Any questions? Contact Peace Fellowship Chair, Gloria Staudt at or 604 518 3650