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To tolerate discrimination against women is to doom Rotary to irrelevance

By K.R. Ravindran, President 2015-16 Some years ago, in the Kano plains of Kenya, a well-meaning development agency took on the task of improving water availability to a rural community. Committees were formed, meetings were held, and the local people … 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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It’s Time for a Woman President in 2014-15!

by John Borst Sometime around now, a committee is about to meet within Rotary to decide whom to nominate as the 2014-15 President. Last year’s announcement of the 2013-14 President, Ron D. Burton (Pres.-elect 2012-13) was made on 8 August … Continue reading

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How diverse is your club?

Making sure your club reflects your community Ten years ago, the Rotary Club of Cupertino, California, USA, had about 100 members — nearly all of them white men. Today, it boasts a growing membership that better reflects its predominantly Asian … Continue reading

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