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Welcome to World Peace Partners

Rotary International District 5550 inc. World Peace Partners (“WPP”) inspires, promotes and facilitates grassroots understanding, goodwill, peace and compassionate actions through education, example and service above self. We are proud to do this in collaboration with other organizations locally, regionally and globally.  As District 5550, we are an evolving international centre for peace building, human rights and compassionate action.

 

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Current Initiatives

Peace Building 365

Peace Building 365 Promotes Positive Peace and Peace Literacy Education in action.  It also inspires Clubs in the District to create a Peace committee in each of their clubs and create actionable projects to be a Piece of Peace.

Rotary Peace Fellowship in Peace and Development

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

Honouring Indigenous Peoples (HIP)

Honouring Indigenous Peoples (HIP) has a mission to catalyze societal change by inspiring Indigenous & Non-Indigenous relationship building, strengthening community well-being and advancing the next generation of leaders.

UNESCO Associated Schools Project Network (ASPnet) and Peace Education

This is an incredible international way of having students in schools from two different countries dialoguing with each other.

Emerging Issues in Human Rights (EIHR)

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 summer intensive course runs for two weeks in summer and explores global issues using the city and province as a living human rights classroom

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In the News

Shaping Peace through the Arts

Students March for Peace

CityNews report on the over 500 students who joined together for a march trhough the Canadian Museum of Human rights.

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Upcoming Events

21 May

Walking Winnipeg Rivers 34 Rosewood Place

2 Jun