Rotary magazine Editor Dave King gives a reminder of the behaviour expected from those who join Rotary and why it’s important to treat each other with respect.
Garth Arnold – Rotary GB&I Chair of the Board Column
Garth Arnold gives an update on how the Rotary GB&I Board plan on encouraging more collaboration between Rotary districts whilst increasing membership.
Jennifer Jones – Rotary International President’s Column
Rotary International President Jennifer Jones shines a light on the work Rotarians are doing in the bid to eradicate polio.
Nicki Scott – Rotary International Director’s Column
Rotary International Director Nicki Scott reminds us what Rotary GB&I can do to help cross the finish line in the fight against polio.
In her first Rotary Magazine column as Rotary International President, Jennifer Jones highlights the need to make Rotary accessible to diverse communities.
Rotary International Director Nicki Scott celebrates the work done by Rotary members to help those who have suffered from the conflict in Ukraine.
Our magazine covers a wide range of fascinating features, exclusive interviews and inspiring human interest stories from across the world of Rotary.
K.R. Ravindran – Trustee Chair’s Column
K.R Ravindran reflects on how we are the only species that bears the responsibility of protecting the environment for future generations.
Tony Black – Rotary International Director’s Column
Rotary International Director, Tony Black, discusses the rolling out of the covid-19 vaccination across Great Britain and Ireland.
Why can’t it be Christmas every day?
Rotary Great Britain and Ireland President, Tom Griffin, asks the question ‘why cant it be Christmas everyday?’
Rotary editor Dave King questions how can Rotary be enlightened if it hides in the shadows?
Rotary International Director, Nicki Scott, shares her three-year action plan for the future of Rotary.
A question of value
Rotary Great Britain and Ireland President, Tom Griffin questions what is Rotary? and the value it holds as an organisation.
Rotary International Director, Nicki Scott explains the many benefits of Rotary’s vast network of members.
That was the year, that was
And what a year! By the end of February last year, my diary was full of interesting engagements and opportunities to see what Rotary was achieving. All, of course, became victims of Covid, and in the last 13 months I have hardly left the house.
Here’s a challenge. Pick a topic you know something about – maybe Rotary. Then, stand up in front of a mirror, with minimal preparation, speak about that subject for a minute.
Brynmawr Rotary is the ‘Super’ club of Rotary, they are everything Rotary should be and with their innovation, dynamic personality and selflessness, they are the club to lead by example.
Rotary editor Dave King gives his thoughts on some of the recent feedback received about Rotary Magazine.
Holger Knaack – Rotary International President’s Column
Rotary International President, Holger Knaack is sharing his magazine column with Rotary members from around the world. Here he reflects on the year 2020 and shares the thoughts of other Rotary members.
Don’t mention the F-word
Shekhar Mehta – Rotary International President’s Column
Rotary International President Shekhar Mehta shares his opinion and experience on December being Disease Prevention and Treatment month and how such disease has been affecting our lives.
Ian Riseley – Foundation Trustee Chair’s Column
Rotary Foundation Chair Ian Riseley discusses how the work done by the Foundation helps the image and visibility of Rotary Great Britain and Ireland.
Rotary International Director, Nicki Scott, tells an inspiring story to show how Rotary can bring people together in the modern age.
David Ellis – Chair of the Executive’s Column
The Chair of the Executives, David Ellis, shares plans for a new board as Rotary navigates into life post COVID 19.
Rotary President Shekhar Mehta speaks up about empowering women and the Each One, Bring One campaign.
As Earth Day approaches on the 22nd April, Rotary International President, Holger Knaack reflects on how Rotary clubs can protect the environment in their communities.
The Chair of the Executives, David Ellis, shares his excitement for a new major investment made to improve Rotary’s service.
K.R Ravindran talks about the lessons we can learn from the classic Christmas tale, ‘A Christmas Carol’ by Charles Dickens.
Rotary International President, Holger Knaack discusses ways to make Rotary flexible and adaptable in 2021.
Amanda Watkin – Rotary GB&I General Secretary Column
Rotary GB&I General Secretary Amanda Watkin reflects on some recent monumental changes in the Rotary world, including the new Rotary GB&I Board.
John Germ – Trustee Chair’s Column
Foundation Trustee Chair John Germ reflects on Rotary’s year-end goals and how we need to work as a collective to achieve them.
In his first column for Rotary Magazine, Chair of the Rotary GB&I Board Garth Arnold discusses how the new Board plans to take advantage of the foundations for growth that have already been laid out.
Chairman of the Executive for Rotary GB&I, Dave Ellis, discusses the desire for change in Rotary clubs across the country as well as an exciting new environmental project.
Amanda Watkin – General Secretary’s Column
Rotary GB&I General Secretary, Amanda Watkin, shares how Rotary clubs are navigating their way to normality post COVID 19.
Seize the moment
In his column, John Germ gives an example of a Rotary project that perfectly demonstrates what supporting the Rotary Foundation can achieve.
K.R Ravindran discusses how The Rotary Foundation has supported COVID related projects during the pandemic.
Rotary International President Shekhar Mehta reflects on his final presidential conference, lessons he has learned from Rotarians around the world, and the difference Rotary is making in Ukraine.
There’s no time like the present
In his column, Rotary Foundation Trustee John Germ reflects on Rotary’s achievements in the past year and what still needs to be done.
K.R Ravindran discusses how The Rotary Foundation has played a vital role during the pandemic.
Rotary GB&I General Secretary, Amanda Watkin explains the benefits of the new and exciting Rotary Global Hub.
Rotary International Director, Tony Black discusses plans for the future as we head into 2021, and what the new year could hold for Rotary.
Rotary International President, Shekhar Mehta discusses ways to increase Rotary membership with his new initiative Each One, Bring One.
Magazine Editor Dave King predicts that Rotarians need to be prepared for the long-term need for humanitarian aid that will come as a result of the war in Ukraine.
Rotary International Direcor, Tony Black, discuss the Rotary International COVID-19 taskforce, and how they are supporting pandemic relief.
Rotary International President, Shekhar Mehta discusses how your club can help build and sustain local economic growth.
Thank you Rotary, from Ukraine
Editor of Rotariets, Ukraine Mykola Stebljanko gives a personal thank you to Rotary Great Britain and Ireland’s response to the conflict in Ukraine.
Rotary International Director, Tony Black, reflects on his two years of service and looks towards Rotary’s future.
Magazine Editor Dave King shares his opinion on a recent fashion trend amongst Rotarians which he believes is holding back Rotary events.
General Secretary of Rotary GB&I Amanda Watkin considers how Rotarians can make changes to reduce our carbon footprint.
John Germ discusses the Rotary International President Shekhar Mehta’s call of Each One, Bring One initiative.
Foundation Trustee Chair, John Germ, discusses how Rotary’s battle against polio is not yet over ahead of World Polio Day.
Editor Dave King recalls his experience at COP26 and explains why climate change is something no one can afford to ignore.
INSIDE THIS ISSUE
Rotaract: The Present & Future of Rotary
December - January 2023
Queen Elizabeth II 1926-2022
October - November 2022
Poliovirus in the UK - should we be concerned?
August - September 2022
Homes for Hope - Giving shelter to Ukrainian families
June - July 2022
We stand with Ukraine
April - May 2022
Saving the children of Medellín
February - March 2022
It's time to wake up to Climate Change - Rotary at COP26
December - January 2022
What hope for polio in Afghanistan
Rotary lends a helping hand
HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh: a friend of Rotary
Shaping the road to recovery
Living in the Plastic Soup
Peace Advocate Project: A step in the right direction
December 2020-January 2021
Africa's Finest Hour: Historic milestone reached in global battle to wipe out polio
October - November 2020
Captain Tom: A nation salutes an inspiration
COVID-19: Saluting Rotary's Heroes
Being Frank about mental health
Australian bushfires: How Rotary is helping to rebuild from the flames
Scavenging to survive
December 2019-January 2020
Why should a child go hungry?
Winning the hearts and minds of organ donors
From source to sea: The fight against plastic pollution
Modern slavery: It's closer than you think
My son was groomed online and murdered
War & Peace: How Rotary's future was shaped by the Great War
December 2018-January 2019
Rotary behind bars: Rehabilitation or punishment?
Dementia: Why it is Britain's biggest killer
Golden Eboni Lights up Gold Coast
Dolly in Dreamland
Sammi's bid for Games glory
How Hollywood is tackling the issue of polio
December 2017-January 2018
It's Strictly Dementia
Martin Bell: Back on the frontline
The lasting legacy
Feeling the love
Born Free: Saving our Endangered World
December 2016-January 2017
Crazy mad dreamer
Literacy opens the world
The Prince's Trust
The fight against the Zika virus
Facing the Floods
Bringing World Peace to Nations
December 2015-January 2016
Africa Polio free for one year
Helping the Children of Nepal
Out of the dirt and into the classroom
Transforming Lives with Safe Water
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