Monthly Archives: October 2012

What Will You Do In The Name Of Malala?

Editor’s Note: The following opinion piece is from a special issue of the RGHF Rotary Foundation newsletter which can be viewed here. by K J Dell’Antonia Too often, the news leaves me speechless. Stops me in my tracks, occupies my … Continue reading

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Gender Reconciliation As Path To Diversity

By Past District Governor Jimmy A. Cura, Rotary Club of Rizal West, Philippines Rotary International, D3830; Distinguished Peace Fellow 2012 conferred by WAVES For Peace, Why The Topic? The topic assigned to me by the convenor and producer of this … Continue reading

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My Rotary Moment: Discovering Service

by Sakuji Tanaka, RI President Every Rotarian is different. Every Rotarian was drawn into Rotary for different reasons, and many vividly remember their first “Rotary Moment” – the moment when they went from being members of their Rotary clubs to … Continue reading

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The Vocational Training Team: a new and additional approach to vocational service and training

by Wilfrid J. Wilkinson, Rotary Foundation Trustee Chair In 2013, all districts will have the opportunity to support Vocational Training Teams (VTTs) with Rotary Foundation grants. These teams of Rotarian and non-Rotarian professionals will travel abroad to meet a humanitarian … Continue reading

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