13 January 2014 — Rotary Peace Centers, an E-Tour








Rotary Peace Fellowships are advanced degree programs for qualified applicants who will be trained in peace and conflict resolution.  At five Peace Centers around the world, carefully selected scholars (their tuition and fees, room and board, round-trip transportation, and all internship/field study expenses covered by the Rotary Foundation grant) pursue graduate-level studies.

This week, take a look at the promotional video first–it’s a promotional video, but still highlights the program and its potential impact on the world–and then we’ll have a chance to explore four of the five peace centers via their websites.  (Unfortunately the link to the fifth, as provided on the Rotary International website, is incorrect.)


(If the embedded video does not work here, you will find it on the Duke/UNC page.)

Duke University and The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, US

International Christian University, Japan

University of Bradford, UK

University of Queensland, Australia

(And Uppsala University, Sweden.)  EDITOR’S NOTE: The Rotary Peace Centers office at Rotary International provided the correct website address to us on 17 January, and we now provide the link for posterity, future visitors, or repeat visitors!  CLICK HERE.


3 responses to 13 January 2014 — Rotary Peace Centers, an E-Tour

  1. Very interesting and international. Hope this program will bring more peaceful time to the world.

  2. What a great program!

  3. Look forward to seeing how we can connect with them – club or otherwise.

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