Posted on Sep 22, 2017
Meet Rotary's Champions of Peace

November’s Rotary Day at the United Nations, in Geneva, Switzerland, will focus on one of Rotary’s top humanitarian priorities: peace and conflict resolution. Six honorees, including four Rotary members and two alumni of Rotary Peace Centers, will be recognized for their commitment to and work on behalf of peace projects in their communities. Their diversity reflects the varied ways that Rotary members address underlying causes of conflict.

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Why enter the 2017 Interact Video Awards?

If your club sponsors an Interact club, encourage members to enter our annual Interact Video Awards. Winning clubs are eligible to receive $1,000 for their next service project. Last year’s winner, the Interact Club of Constanta, Romania, shares how the process of producing a video strengthened the club.

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End Polio Now
Little-known polio facts

In Syria, ice cream factories have joined the fight against polio. Find out how they're helping and more you might not have known about the polio campaign. In anticipation of World Polio Day this October, study up and share knowledge with your communities and networks. The more people know about polio, the closer we get to wiping it out for good.

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How to help disaster victims

Severe storms, an earthquake, and hurricanes are wreaking havoc across the globe from the United States and Mexico to South Asia and Africa. The Rotary Foundation and Rotary clubs in affected areas are helping bring emergency aid to battered communities.

Have an idea for a breakout session?
Organize a breakout session at the Toronto convention. Breakout sessions help attendees polish their leadership skills and get new ideas for projects, fundraising, or membership recruitment. Submit a proposal online by 1 October