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Rotary World Peace Fellowships


"Those for whom PEACE is no more than

a DREAM are asleep to the FUTURE."

Jack DuVall, Founding Director

International Center for Nonviolent Conflict


The District 5790 RWPF Committee has oversight responsibility for recruitment and nomination to two Rotary Foundation's educational programs.  These are:

Rotary Centers for International Studies and Rotary Peace and Conflict Studies


Rotary Centers for International Studies


Where?              Duke/ University of North Carolina-USA; International Christian University-Japan; University Del Salvador-Argentina; University of Bradford-England; University of Queensland-Australia


What?                Graduate study toward a master's degree


How many?        60 master's degree fellowships


Who?                Chosen on ability to have a significant, positive impact on world peace and conflict resolution during their careers


When?              Applications for 2011-2013 program are due now to club, club to district then to Rotary Headquarters by July 1, 2010.



Rotary Peace and Conflict Studies


Where?           ChulalongkornUniversity, Bangkok


What?              3-month intensive course of professional development certificate



How many?      Up to 25 fellows are assigned to each session


Who?               Adults and professionals working in conflict resolution


When?             2 cycles - January-April and June-August



District 5790 Rotary World Peace Fellowships Committee

                        DG Paul Lucas

IPDG John Miller

DGE Sharron Miles

PDG Dan Morales, Foundation Chair

Lisann Peters, RWPF Committee Chair

PDG Paul Geisel

Jim Quick, IPRWPF Chair

Contact Lisann Peters, lrpeters@tx.rr.com   817-.465-1692 for information