The program of the Rotary Centers for international studies on peace and conflict resolution supports the Mission of the Rotary Foundation promote peace and understanding at the global level.
the purpose of the program is:
support and promote research, education, dissemination and practical application of knowledge related to the consecuciónde peace, goodwill, the causes of conflicts and global understanding.Motivate people to work for peace and tolerance while they reinforce their capacity, knowledge and talent for the job, generating interaction between those who receive formal training and practice.Offer a program of educational opportunities expanded in the field of peacemaking and conflict resolution.Establish a program whereby the Rotary Foundation and Rotarians can promote tolerance and cooperation between lospueblos of the world to achieve world understanding and peace.The Rotary peace centers program focuses on international relations, peace and conflict resolution, and in individuals who already have experience in these areas and demonstrate potential to influence positive worldwide. Candidates should have in mind these objectives prior to request for Rotary Peace Fellowship and be prepared to explain, in a report written and relevant interviews, how can support the objectives of the programme. In particular, they must demonstrate their dedication to humanitarian in the local and international community service and the achievement of peace.
General requirements for the scholarship RotaryLos candidates for Rotary peace fellowships must: demonstrate interest and dedication to the promotion of peace and world understanding, through his involvement proven in personal service activities within the community, or through academic and professional achievements.Possess a university degree equivalent to the bachelor in EE.UU. or equivalent experience, with outstanding academic performance.Have a minimum of five years of full-time work experience, a position of level of medium or higher in a relevant field (diploma programme), and be employed at the time of application.Have a minimum of three years of experience working with full-time, paid or voluntary, in a relevant field (for the master's program).Master a second language (for the master's program) or master the English (diploma programme).Possess excellent leadership skills.Destinations in the scholarship Rotary
Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, TailandiaDuke University and University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, USAInternational Christian University, Tokyo, el Salvador JapónUniversidad, Buenos Aires, ArgentinaUniversity of California, Berkeley, USAUniversity of Bradford, West Yorkshire, UnidoUniversity Kingdom of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia