Meet Peace Fellow Bol Maywal! He shares some highlights from his first 6 months at the Rotary Peace Centre - University of Bradford
Bradford Peace Fellows Jess, Kate, Natalia, and Zach joined other University students and staff for a multi-day Crisis Game experiential education retreat in Haworth, England. Over the weekend they explored simulations on humanitarian aid emergencies, military coups, contested elections, and power-sharing agreements at the domestic and international level. http://p.ctx.ly/r/736e
Happy 50th birthday to Rotaract! Congratulations on 50 years of taking action, leading communities, and changing the world.
Recent Rotary Peace Fellow graduates from the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health are leading projects in community-led water and sanitation, maternal and child health in developing countries, and developing tools for refugees in Europe to access health care. http://p.ctx.ly/r/70fj
Rotary's Peace Fellowship program offers not only academic opportunities, but a cross-cultural experience!
Check out ProFellow's post on the benefits of choosing a fellowship abroad http://p.ctx.ly/r/6ygn
The best essays are intriguing, honest, specific, well-organized, not repetitive, grammatically correct, and clearly answer the questions being asked. Demonstrate that you’ve done your research on the program and that you are a perfect fit!
A peace fellow offers these 3 tips; Clearly map our your career "thread" for the reader, explain why you need this fellowship (how is it essential to advancing your career goals), and show that you know Rotary and explain how your work aligns with Rotary's work.
Check out these additional ProFellow essay tips: http://p.ctx.ly/r/6zxf
#InternationalWomensDay is being celebrated today throughout the world. Sakun Gajurel (Duke-UNC 2017-19) shares insights on the "Need for a Paradigm Shift" in her recently published article.
International Women’s Day is being celebrated today throughout the world through various initiatives by governments, international development agencies, univers...ities, schools and civil society organizations. Read the recently published article on the "Need for Paradigm Shift", by Sakun Gajurel Class 16 Rotary Peace Fellow. #IWD2018
Watch 3 Rotary members share their inspirational stories and projects during a celebration of International Women’s Day at the World Bank in Washington, D.C. on March 7 from 10:30 to 12:00 ET http://p.ctx.ly/r/6yx1
A single act of charity turned into a project that has provided thousands of refugees with medical care and shelter. http://on.rotary.org/BerlinRefugees
University of Bradford Peace Fellows Cin Thia Gon Calez and Lydia Kah spent the past two weeks in Ethiopia as part of the Africa Study Visit module. http://p.ctx.ly/r/6xz1
Rotary Peace Fellows Cin Thia Gon Calez and Lydia Kah have spent the past two weeks in Ethiopia as part of the module Africa Study Visit at the University of Bradford. In the following video, Cinthia talks about their Ethiopian experience: