EVANSTON, Ill. Aug. 24 /U.S. Newswire/ -- Amid today's headlines of war, suicide bombings, and violent crime emerges some much needed positive news: Rotary International has named a new class of World Peace Fellows to study peacemaking and conflict resolution at the seven Rotary Centers for International Studies in peace and conflict resolution.Launched in 2002, this innovative approach to world peace is a one to two-year, master's degree-level program aimed at helping the next generation of government officials, diplomats and humanitarian leaders develop the skills needed to reduce the threat of war and violence. The Rotary World Peace Fellows are selected each year in a globally competitive selection process based on their professional and academic achievements.
New Class of Rotary World Peace Fellows Announced
The seven Rotary Centers for International Studies are located on the campuses of Duke University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, N...