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.
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.
In an effort to create a more peaceful and just world, peace literacy will equip students and educators with the tools to build strong communities, peacefully confront the root causes of problems, navigate change and uncertainty, teach responsible digital citizenship, with the end goal of creating peace that is resilient and sustainable allowing us to thrive as human beings.
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.
This is an incredible international way of having students in schools from two different countries dialoguing with each other.
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
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
Honoring Indigenous People
From Nuclear Zero to Global Peace?
The role of the Rotarian Action Group for Peace in the quest for nuclear disarmament.
Making the world a better, safer place
REC students tackling nuclear proliferation