Presidential Peace Conference
Georgia World Congress Center
Friday afternoon-Saturday morning, 9-10 June | $126.50
Peace is the topic of this special event. We’ll celebrate our successes as we look back at our history of making peace a priority, through our Peace Centers and our work on the underlying causes of conflict: poverty, disease, and illiteracy. We’ll also highlight the roles that Rotarians, Rotary program participants, and alumni have played in contributing to peace and international understanding. And we’ll look ahead to what we might accomplish during the next 100 years.
The program will include internationally recognized keynote speakers, breakout sessions, and networking events that explore Rotary’s commitment to peace. Check back often for program updates.
Dr. Bernice A. King, chief executive officer of The Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change and the youngest daughter of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King
Amina J. Mohammed, deputy secretary-general for the United Nations, has worked to protect the environment and promote sustainable development through positions in Nigeria and with former Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the African Women’s Millennium Initiative, Girl Effect, 2016 African Union Reform, and the ActionAid International Right to Education Project.
Who can attend?
The event is open to the public and all preconvention and convention attendees, including:
- Rotary members
- Peace fellows
- Rotaract and Interact members
- Rotary Foundation and Rotary program alumni
- Rotarian Action Group members
- Group Study Exchange and vocational training team participants and alumni
- Rotary Volunteers
- Humanitarian and global grant sponsors and participants
- Ambassadorial and global grant scholars
How to register
If you plan to attend the Rotary International Convention and the peace conference, you can register online.
If you are attending the peace conference only, or are a member of the public, email email@example.com to register. (Note: The public can register only for the peace conference. A member of the public who wishes to attend the convention must do so as the guest of a Rotarian.)
If you’ve registered for the Youth Exchange Officers or Rotaract preconvention, you do not need to register again for the peace conference. However, registering for the peace conference does not register you for the Youth Exchange Officers or Rotaract preconvention.