Rotary International District 5550 inc. World Peace Partners (“WPP”) inspires, promotes and facilitates in collaboration with other organizations locally, regionally and globally grassroots understanding, goodwill, peace and compassionate actions through education, example and service above self. District 5550 is an evolving international centre for peace building human rights and compassionate action.
The Rotary Adventure in Human Rights program (RAHR) is a collaborative effort of Rotary District 5550 World Peace Partners with the Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR). We have now completed four years of RAHR programing. By all reports, the program has been an outstanding success.
The Emerging Issues in Human Rights (EIHR) formerly referred to as AGC (Adventures in Global Citizenship) is a 6-credit university course at The University of Winnipeg Global College
This initiative is a program with a middle school in Winnipeg connecting virtually with a middle school in Cleves Ohio. The 2nd year had a focus on citizenship in USA. In the third year the students will learn how one becomes a Citizen in Canada.
Peace Days evolved, and in 2015 became a two week-long festival with community events spanning from September 11 through to the International Day of Peace on September 21.
Rotary Peace Fellows are leaders promoting national and international cooperation, peace, and the successful resolution of conflict throughout their lives, in their careers, and through service activities
Peace Literacy is a new approach to both peace and education, informed by three models:
Peace Literacy builds on the strengths of these three models:
Click to link: https://www.peaceliteracy.org/
Paul K. Chappell discusses the movement to create a peace literate world. Peace literacy is a movement of educators and concerned citizens who want to empower people with the training, skills, and understanding needed to heal the root causes of our problems, rather than merely addressing surface symptoms. A peace literate world is a secure, just, and prosperous world. You can learn more at www.peaceliteracy.com
West Point graduate and Iraq War veteran Paul K. Chappell speaking to 1200 people at the outdoor Hall of Philosophy of the Chautauqua Institution about realistic hope, the need for peace literacy, the myth that human beings are naturally violent, and the possibility of ending war between nations.
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