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Rotary World Peace Fellowships

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"Those for whom PEACE is no more than

a DREAM are asleep to the FUTURE."

Jack DuVall, Founding Director

International Center for Nonviolent Conflict

2020 APPLICATION TIMETABLE for Rotary Clubs in District 5790 

January - March

  1. Identify outstanding Peace Fellow candidates.
  2. Encourage prospects to complete an application 
  3. Club interviews their candidate.
April - June
      4. Submit application and endorsement to District by 15 April.
      5. District committee reviews applications for qualification 
      6. District committee interviews all fully qualified applicants.
 
June 2020
       7. District committee will endorse or decline by June 30.       

 

District World Peace Fellows Sub-Committee

The District 5790 RWPF Sub-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?

          1. Duke/ University of North Carolina-USA;    
          2. International Christian University (ICU)-Japan;
          3. The University of Bradford-England;
          4. The University of Queensland-Australia;
          5. Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden.
 

      What?                  Graduate study toward a master's degree.     

      How many?        50 master's degree fellowships

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

      When?                 Deadlines for 2012-22 Applications, 

  • Club interviews and endorsements must be submitted to District by April 15.
  • District interviews and endorsement must be submitted to The Rotary Foundation before July 1.   

Rotary Peace and Conflict Studies

    Where?           Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok

    What?              3-month intensive course of a professional development certificate program

    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 Sub-Committee

                        DG    Peter Scott

PDG  J. Paul Lucas, District Rotary Foundation Chair

PDG  Sharron Miles

Peace Fellow  Jeff Whitfield

Peace Fellow Kirk Driver

Jim C Quick, Peace Fellows Chair

Contact Jim C Quick, jquick@uta.edu, 817-272-3869 for more information.
 
 
 
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