What is the Rotary Action Group for Peace?
The Rotary Action Group for Peace is an action-driven group of Rotarians, Rotarians’ spouses and Rotaractors working together for the purpose of advancing peace and preventing wars throughout the world. The Rotary Action Group for Peace was formed in 2012 as a group of Rotarians, recognized by Rotary International, focused on providing a network and resources to further the peace and conflict resolution work of Rotarians around the globe.
The Rotary Action Group for Peace is an official entity that empowers and supports the peace work of Rotarians by offering structure, guidance and resources to further their peace efforts. Rotary International has a very strong commitment to peace efforts around the world. One of the objectives of The Rotary Action Group for Peace is to forge a path for existing Rotary peace programs, such as the Rotary Peace Fellows, to become involved directly with Rotarians and their activities.
The Rotary Action Group for Peace provides a global network for its members to partner with:
- Rotary Peace Fellows
- Rotary Youth Exchange Participants
- Group Study Exchange
- New Generations
- Rotary sponsored program participants
- Civil society organizations around the world
- Other peace-minded citizens
What is a Rotary Action Group?
A Rotary Action Group (RAG) is an autonomous, international group, recognized by Rotary International, with a passion for a particular type of service. Rotarian Action Groups provide assistance and support to Rotary clubs and districts in planning and implementing service projects in their respective areas of expertise.
Learn more about Rotary Action Groups here.