1. Raising the profile of peacebuilding in Rotary and beyond.
RAGFP is committed to raising the profile of peace and peacebuilding around the world. We are dedicated to building a strong community of peacebuilders made up by Rotarians, Rotaractors, Clubs, and non-Rotarians who are passionate about making peace possible. We have engaged a strong global network of nearly 15,000 peacebuilders from over 80 nations. Our programs demonstrate the power of Rotarian grassroots peace action, both elevating their incredible peace work internationally, as well as educating fellow peacebuilders about their efforts. Between building a strong peacebuilding community alongside educational peace content and peace awareness, RAGFP empowers peacebuilders with the tools and resources to take action for peace by leading through strong definitions of peace.
2. Supporting Rotary Clubs and Districts’ peace action.
RAGFP’s programs are designed to support the work of Rotary Clubs and Districts to pursue sustainable peace action. We provide content that engages, educates, inspires, and advances peace action to our members and clubs. We work with our global members to facilitate connections between Rotary Clubs, districts, Peace Fellows, and other peacebuilders to empower strong partnerships for peace collaborations. We believe in the power of our collective action for peace. By sharing our peace accomplishments and building new connections for peacebuilders, we are creating catalysts that accelerate the power of peace.
3. Providing and facilitating Peace education to the Rotary network
RAGFP promises to create educational materials that enhance peace action. Our monthly newsletters, Together for Peace webinar series, workshops, Activate Positive Peace workbook, and the Peace Primer are just a few examples of how we strive to provide educational content that engages peacebuilders, new and old, with the latest peace strategies and inspiration to build more peaceful communities around the world. Every educational material is created to empower the peacebuilders who use them to build lasting positive peace.