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Completing the Circle: Bringing Peace Fellow Alumni and Rotary Clubs Together Through Global Grants

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Are you a Rotarian, Peace Fellow, or RWPF alumnus with a desire to work on a project that promotes peace? Learn how to successfully apply for a Rotary global grant in peace and conflict resolution.

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Completing the Circle: Bringing Peace Fellow Alumni and Rotary Clubs Together Through Global Grants

  1. 1. A PAGE FOR BIG BOLDBULLET ITEMS Completing the Circle: Bringing Peace Fellow Alumni and Rotary Clubs Together Through Global Grants Discussant: Kristin Post | 01 June 2018 1
  2. 2. Participants Rebecca Crall Area of Focus Manager- Peace & Conflict Resolution Jorge Meruvia A Stronger Mexico: Pillars of Peace Anne Kjaer Riechert ReDI School of Digital Integration Michael Burger Experiential High Ropes Park for Conflict Solutions 2
  3. 3. • Learn about PCR global grants from successful applicants • Understand the global grants process • Imagine future grant opportunities & partnerships Goal for this session 3
  4. 4. Peace Fellow alumni are likely to have personal networks and the necessary expertise to build a successful peace and conflict global grant project. 70%Percentage of Peace Fellow Alumni who reside outside the United States 4
  5. 5. The Rotary Global Grants match funds raised from Rotary clubs and Districts and are used to support sustainable endeavors that meet local needs, including promoting peace. $73 million Rotary dollars spent on global grants 5
  6. 6. Questions for the panel 1. Tell us about your global grant- where/why/when/how? 2. Why a Rotary global grant? 3. What is one thing an applicant should know before starting? 4. Describe how the “matching funds” process has worked in terms of reaching your funding goals? 6
  7. 7. 7 ReDI
  8. 8. 8 MexicoMasFuerte
  9. 9. 9Youth Academy Walberberg
  10. 10. A PAGE FOR BIG BOLDBULLET ITEMSBreak-out groups GROUP 1: YOUR TRIBE Go to the table that best describes you Rotarians Peace Fellows with global grant experience Peace Fellows Rotary staff & others 10
  11. 11. Discussion: What do you still want to know about global grants for peace? 11
  12. 12. A PAGE FOR BIG BOLDBULLET ITEMSBreak-out groups GROUP 2: MIXED TRIBES Mix it up! Distribute yourselves as evenly as possible at each table. Peace Fellows with global grant experience Peace Fellows Rotary staff & others Task: Build a global grant strategy Decide: + what is your plan + relevant skills and knowledge? + process for getting matching grants? + communication strategy? + what do you need from Rotary International? + what will your biggest challenge be? + what will be fun? 12
  13. 13. Project presentation & final thoughts 13
  14. 14. THANK YOU! Rotary Global Grants website : https://my.rotary.org/en/take-action/apply-grants/global-grants Contact info: Rebecca Crall: rebecca.crall@rotary.org Kristin Post: kspost@gmail.com Jorge Meruvia: jormerp@yahoo.com Anne Riechert: anne.riechert@redi-school.org Michael Burger- rotary@vmag.de 14
  15. 15. This presentation and others from throughout the convention are available through the convention mobile app and on SlideShare at www.SlideShare.net/Rotary_International. 15

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