We are a team within RCTHM dedicated to promoting activities that support the theme of “Peace and Justice” or “Vrede en recht”, which lies at the heart of The Hague muncipality.
Our activities include fund raising for Peace and Justice related organisations or initiatives. Our most recent project included sending funds to our colleagues in Rotary Kyiv International in order to support “internally Displaced Persons” in Ukraine with basic needs such as housing and food.
We actively promote the Rotary Foundation Peace Fellowships and participate in the selection process for applicants. For more information on Rotary Peace Centres, where Rotary Peace Fellows study, please see the following link:
Visiting organisations related to Peace and Justice is also one of our regular activities. In 2023 we look forward to planning a visit to Eurojust ( European Union Agency for Criminal Justice Cooperations.)
Peace Fellowship Applications for 2023:
Rotary International are now accepting Rotary Peace Fellowship applications for the 2024-25 academic year. Candidates have until 15 May 2023 to submit applications to The Foundation. Eligibility criteria are clearly stated in the link below and are strictly adhered to. A rigorous selection process is followed, and successful candidates are informed in November 2023.
Candidates have until 15 May to submit applications to The Rotary Foundation.
Every year the International Project team raises a substantial amount of funds towards a chosen charity which needs support. This year we are raising funds for a Cancer Care Centre in Tirippur, India. If you wish to help us please contact Dr. Ajay Sharma via email@example.com
You can support the project using the following link:
Rotary International is the world’s first service club organization. More than 1.2 million members volunteer their time and talent to further the Rotary motto, Service Above Self.
The Rotary Clubs in the Netherlands are part of the worldwide network of Rotary International (RI). The Netherlands is divided into 7 districts, each of which is headed by a governor. Rotary in the Netherlands has close to 500 clubs and over 20,000 members.
There are 74 clubs in District 1600
Founded in 1995 the club meets at The Hilton hotel Amsterdam every Monday evening for dinner. The Club consists of around 40 prominent men and women, leaders in their fields and captains of industry united in their camaraderie and desire to assist those less fortunate than themselves.
Established in 2005 Rotary Club Utrecht International is a young,dynamic and enterprising club. Currently consisting of 23 members, the club’s meetings are informal and contacts between members are very close.
Meets on Wednesday at 18:30 at the Evoluon, Noord-Brabantlaan 1A, 5652 LA Eindhoven