a). Indigenous reconciliation matters.

b). Family violence.


a). Peace Produces Economic Benefits.

b). Humanitarian assistance.


a). Business and human rights law.

b). How to engage in peace building project.

Plenary Session

How can we strengthen network opportunities to implement ideas and plans for a more peaceful world?



Be an agent for change

Take advantage of the opportunity to network with peace professionals and practitioners, Rotary Peace Scholars, Victorian Police Peace workers, and other key paticipants in the program. The sessions offer practical ideas for potential peace and conflict resolution programs that could be implimentated by you and your organisation.

Who is this for?

The Future of Peace Leadership will appeal to Rotarians, academics, business professionals, lawyers and law enforcement personnel, humanitarian and not-for-profit agencies, community members and leaders, students, and practitioners and experts from the region.


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If you wish to contribute to the symposium, please contact Professor Rob Helme (Rotary Melbourne) at: [email protected].




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