- About Rotary
- Get Involved
- Our Causes
- News & Media
Each year, Rotary supports professionals in peace and development to study at one of our Rotary Peace Centres around the world. These are:
Through academic learning, practical implementation, and networking opportunities, Rotary Peace Fellows become global leaders in peacebuilding and conflict prevention and resolution.
The Rotary Peace Fellowship is designed for leaders with work experience in peace and development. The fellowships cover tuition and fees, room and board, round-trip transportation, and internship and field-study expenses.
Candidates can and submit applications each year from February through May. Learn more about applying for a Rotary Peace Fellowship >
More than 1,700 fellows have graduated from the programme, with many completing the programme at the Rotary Peace Centre based right here in the United Kingdom at the University of Bradford.
Peace Fellows go on to bring about change all across the world through their work in national governments, nongovernmental organisations, education and research, peacekeeping and law enforcement agencies, media and arts, international organisations such as the United Nations, and so much more.