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ICC Chairman Presentation at the Annual Brealfast Meeting

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Presentation by Toni Polsterer, Chairman of the ICC Executive Council

Presentation by Toni Polsterer, Chairman of the ICC Executive Council

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  • 1. ICC Executive Council Meeting with focus on ICC activities in the Americas: Agenda
    8:30 Introduction     Toni Polsterer   
    8:45 Short presentations by each National Coordinator from Europe/Middle East/Africa
    - Number of ICCs overall. ICCs with American countries, plans for new ICC in the Americas. Project examples                                
    9:20 Introduction of the ICCs in the USA followed by presentation of ICCs: Dana Moldovan plus others   
    9:45 Coffee break
    10:00 USA continued
    10:20 ICCs in Spanish speaking South America : Celia Giay  
    10:35 ICCs in Brazil    Carlos Gueiros  
    10:55 Presentation France and Mexico and signing of Charter Document Mexico-France:
  • 2. The Inter-Country Committees: A Road to Peace
  • 3. Country basedactivity for bilateralhumanitarian and peace efforts, using programs and initiatives fittinginto the RI Strategic Plan
    The Role of ICC in Rotary
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  • 7. The Role of ICCs
    Focus on long term relations between Rotarians of two countries
    Common activities and service projects
    Special focus on team building projects
  • 8. Value added of ICC
    • Know how build up through longer term commitment
    • 9. Combine efforts and project knowhow of Rotarians, their clubs and their districts – who all have real interest in the other country
    • 10. Section with local expertise in each of the two countries
    • 11. Encourage more clubs and districts to join – bring new ideas
    • 12. Manymoreyou will find out
  • Rotary Code of Policies
    37.030. Inter-country Committees Guidelines
     
    Inter-country committees promote contact between districts and clubs in two or more countries and increase fellowship and intercultural understanding among the people of various nations.
    Rotarians are encouraged to create new inter-country committees to foster stronger ties between Rotarians, clubs, and districts from different countries and establish networks across borders, continents, and oceans. Inter-country committees should be promoted at RI, district and club meetings. (June 2007 Mtg., Bd. Dec. 281)
  • 13. www.rotary-icc.org
  • 14. Peace and the Role of ICCs
    ICC are bilateral activities of countries and their districts
    ICCs can help in creating a climate for peace between countries in the same region and far beyond
    Humanitarian projects can help to provide an environment for alleviating internal tensions: “Reach within to embrace Humanity”
  • 15. Organizing an ICC
    Agreement from the District Governors in each of the countries
    Identify interested Rotarians, clubs and districts
    Approval of both sections = ICC
    Charter celebration
  • 16. 37.030.2. Establishing an Intercountry Committee
    Intercountry committees should involve districts in two or more countries and act only in an advisory capacity to the governors. Qualified Rotarians in each interested country
    should form a planning committee to establish an intercountry committee. The
    responsibilities of the planning committee include inviting district governors from each
    district in the country to participate, identifying potential projects, and organizing a planning meeting. After the planning committee has completed these tasks, a national section should be developed in each participating country with the approval of the national coordinator and at least one district governor.The name of an intercountry committee shall be taken from the names of the participating countries. (June 2007 Mtg.,
    Bd. Dec. 281)
  • 17. Rotary Code of Policies
    37.030.3. National Sections
    An intercountry committee is comprised of the national sections that represent the districts in each participating country.
    National sections coordinate the activities and projects of the intercountry committee within one country.
  • 18. Rotary Code of Policies
    37.030.6. Relationships with Districts
    Intercountry committees shall function under the direction and with the close cooperation of the respective governors.
    Districts participating in intercountry committees should appoint a Rotarian to serve as the district liaison to the national section chair. (June 2007
  • 19. How Inter-Country Committees Work
    National Section in each of the two Countries
    Membership: Rotarians, spouses, Rotaractors, clubs and districts
    ImportanceofEmpathyandcomprehension
  • 20. Workshop: PeaceandConflict Resolution andPreventionthrough Intercountry Committees
    Date and Time: Tuesday 24 May, 09:00-10:00
    Location: Room 276, Ernest N. MorialConvention Center
    Intercountry committees, or ICCs, areoneofRotary’smanypathstofosteringgoodwillandpeaceamongnations. ICCs arenetworksofRotarians, Rotary clubs, ordistricts in twoormore countries workingtogether on a national level. Jointhisdiscussiontolearnhow Intercountry Committeesworkwithinthisareaoffocus.
  • 21. Rotary International Convention
    New Orleans2011
    The Inter-Country Committees: Bridging Countries and Continents