The Rotary Peace Centre in Bradford hosts and supports ten fully-funded MA Rotary Peace Fellows from around the world each year and is based in the Division of Peace Studies and International Development (PSID) at the University of Bradford.  The Division of Peace Studies and International Development (PSID) is the world’s largest university centre for research and courses on peace studies, conflict resolution, and development.

Rotary Peace Fellows are offered a variety of Master degree courses that examine issues such as peace, conflict, security and development locally and globally. The programmes provide opportunities for students to engage in analysis, decision-making, and problem-solving around real-world practice-based scenarios, developing capacities for informed judgement, critical thinking, and effective engagement with international and local practitioner communities.

The 2022 Rotary Peace Fellowship application is now available, and we need your help finding the next cohort of global peace and development leaders.

Candidates have until 15 May 2021 to submit applications to their Rotary districts.

Districts have until 1 July 2021 to submit endorsed applications to The Rotary Foundation.

The District can endorse an unlimited number of qualified candidates at no cost. Candidates meeting the criteria will be interviewed before District decides to endorse the application, using Zoom video Conference.

If you need assistance please contact PDG Brian Hellin, Rotary District 1200 

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