District Goals - Create a District Peace Committee

  - Provide resources and liase with Club Peacebuilder Members

  - Current Goal - 10 Peace Builder Clubs  


How to Become A Peace Builder Club

Choosing the designation of “Peacebuilder Club” begins with a declaration of commitment to  promoting Rotary’s focus on Peace and Conflict Prevention/Resolution.


Peace Builder Clubs’ Commitments

  • Designate at least two members (one to serve as Chair) who will coordinate the club’s peace-related activities and programs
  • This person will serve as club’s contact person for Peace related communications
  • Ensure that at least one Club program/education is Peace-focused
  • Involve Youth in Peace-focused activities
  • Promote Rotary Peace Centre and ScholarshipsPromote with your community your Club’s commitment to Peace, Goodwill and Understanding (Peace Poles)
For more information contact Arlette Utton, District Peace Chair.