This article is supplied by Rotary International - the link to the full article appears at the end of this extract. Kathleen Rose attended the International Convention in Hamburg and presented on being a change maker - here is her article, published on the Rotary International blog site: "If ever there were a time to … Continue reading Attributes of women leaders
We are grateful to UN for this article Since nuclear weapons testing began on 16 July 1945, nearly 2,000 have taken place. In the early days of nuclear testing little consideration was given to its devastating effects on human life, let alone the dangers of nuclear fallout from atmospheric tests. Hindsight and history have shown … Continue reading One day there will be no nuclear weapons
The Rotary Clubs of Templestowe and Warrandyte-Donvale have shared the hosting of Lea Rohner, our Rotary Exchange student, on exchange for twelve months July 2018 - June 2019, from Switzerland. During her Lea attended Templestowe College Lea was presented with a certificate of completion which highlights the ambassadorial role of the exchange program, at the … Continue reading Sharing the pride….
At a local commemorative service, in Surrey Hills, the following was read as part of the service. The alignment to the ideals of Rotary, resonates throughout the work. I Dream A World I dream a world where man No other man will scorn, Where love will bless the earth And peace its paths adorn. I … Continue reading From ANZAC Day…
The question of how to measure development and human well-being has attracted the attention of economists, policy-makers, researchers, and other social scientists for decades. For example, the Human Development Index produced by the United Nations seeks to measures a country’s achievements in three specific areas: living standards, health, and education. But what about peace? How … Continue reading Peace – how do we measure it?