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Culture

‘Inspiration’, RAM trucks, Service, MLK, & Advertising

by John Borst, PP Rotary Club of Dryden, ON ‘Inspiration’, RAM trucks, Service, MLK, & Advertising: who could have guessed that those words in combination could be so toxic. I live in an area of Canada, north of the State… Continue Reading →

A new look at global ethics and The Four-Way Test

By RI Director-elect Lars-Olof Fredricksson Moral codes and ethics give us tools but also raise questions to be answered: How should we live? What is morally good and bad, right and wrong? Shall we aim at happiness or knowledge? Virtue… Continue Reading →

Why a woman will not be Rotary President anytime soon

Or Barriers that make the glass ceiling so thick! By John Borst with the assistance of 14 other Rotarians* Barriers exist to a woman becoming RI President in both the bylaws and particularly the undefined practices of Rotary. They make… Continue Reading →

Why a woman will not be Rotary President anytime soon

Or Barriers that make the glass ceiling so thick! By John Borst with the assistance of 14 other Rotarians* Barriers exist to a woman becoming RI President in both the bylaws and particularly the undefined practices of Rotary. They make… Continue Reading →

Backfire!

Editor’s Note: The following is an edited commentary from the District 5320 website. By George Cooper, Rotarian International Service projects in the many lands Rotarians attempt to help can easily backfire if the culture of a particular area is ignored… Continue Reading →

Cultural Awareness Must Temper The Goal of Sustainability in Rotary’s Work

Kalyan Banerjee, President, Rotary International In the first message, last July, I quoted Mohandas K. Gandhi, who said, “You must be the change you wish to see in the world.” And in the months since, I have had incredible opportunities… Continue Reading →

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