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Cooperation and Collaboration = Transformation
RCNY’s President Dr. Cowin personally supports Computers For Schools Burundi through the RCNY Foundation as she believes that computers and mobile devices have become almost ubiquitous in society. Yet, improving student learning can depend on where you live and access to computers. This gap in equality has generated talk of a new digital divide. “We have moved from the ‘haves’ and ‘have-nots.’ says Leslie Wilson, founder and chief executive officer of the nonprofit One-to-One Institute in Michigan.
Emmanuel Ngendakuriyo, Director, Computers For Schools Burundi from Bujumbura-Burundi heads this local non profit organization registered in republic of Burundi. The principal objective is to modernize the Burundi education system through the use of Information and Communications Technologies(ICT) in the Schools, Universities and Community. The organization achieves this by providing computers to schools and train the teachers on how to use the equipment and software,and later,the teachers facilitate the ICT curriculum for students in the classes.
Apr 18, 2018 8:30 AM – 10:00 AM at the UN Church Center – 10th floor
at 777 United Nations Plaza, New York, NY 10017 RCNY’s featured speaker will be: Jonathan Granoff, President of the Global Security Institute, Sr. Advisor & Special Rep. to the U.N. for the Permanent Secretariat of the World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates, and Chair of the Task Force on Nuclear Nonproliferation of the International Law Section of the American Bar Association, among other offices.
About Jonathan Granoff
Mr. Jonathan Granoff, President of the Global Security Institute, Senior Advisor and Special Representative to the United Nations for the Permanent Secretariat of the World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates. Chair of the Task Force on Nuclear Nonproliferation of the International Law Section of the American Bar Association, and Ambassador for Peace and Security of the Parliament of the World’s Religions. Focuses advocacy efforts on the legal, moral, political and spiritual dimensions of peace with a particular emphasis on the rule of law and elimination of nuclear weapons. On numerous advisory and governing boards such as Nuclear Age Peace Foundation, Lawyers Committee on Nuclear Policy, Middle Powers Initiative, Parliamentarians for Nuclear Nonproliferation and Disarmament, and the Jane Goodall Institute. Fellow in the World Academy of Arts and Science and recipient of numerous awards such as the Arthur E. Armitage, Sr. Distinguished Alumni Award of Rutgers University School of Law. Award-winning screenwriter of The Constitution: The Document that Created a Nation, and has articles in more than 50 publications and books including: The Sovereignty Revolution, Toward a Nuclear Weapons Free World, Imagining Tomorrow, Analyzing Moral Issues, Perspectives on 911, Toward a World In Balance, Reverence for Life Revisited, and Hold Hope, Wage Peace. Featured guest and expert commentator on hundreds of radio and television programs, and testified as an expert in the US Congress, Parliaments of the UK and Canada, and at the UN numerous times. Nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 2014.
On February 21, 2018, the Rotary Club of New York, Host Club #6, hosted the Permanent Representative to the United Nations of the Republic of Latvia, Ambassador Jānis Mažeiks at the United Nations International Breakfast meeting. The honorable Ambassador also spoke about the Security challenges in the Baltic region and answered many questions about the status of Latvia in the region, its economic qualities and challenges with Russia and in general. In addition, the Ambassador spoke about Latvia’s promotion of multicultural educational integration to avoid minority ghettos. Latvia’s government sees language as a central element of identity and 60% of their classroom teaching is bilingual with 8 languages taught in their school system. RCNY’s newest member Laura Cristanelli, who also arranged for the Ambassador to speak at the RCNY meeting, was inducted at the beginning of the meeting.
We walked to raise awareness for our Club, enjoy fellowship, raise money for a good cause and do something for our health! Thank you to everybody who joined.
The Installation Lunch of the new President Dr. Jasmin B. Cowin for the Rotary Club of New York, Host Club#6, guest speaker, Dr. Belinda Miles, President at Westchester Community College. The Union League Club, NYC on July 13th, 2017
Start: October 14th, 2017
Central Park, NY and around the world!
All Rotary Clubs, Rotaract Clubs, Interact Clubs are welcome – it’s a big world! Invite your friends, bring your family, activate your neighbors, reach out – Let’s do a global walk to create better visibility of our Rotarian values and goals, increase visibility, see what other clubs are doing, and enjoy great fellowship!
# Rotary Walks – around the World, will be the common bond, goal, and outlet for Rotary members combined philanthropic energy waiting to be unleashed, creating global visibility to the Rotarian foundational core values. Each club picks their own time, route, distance and project they want to feature. THEN: Post your walk pictures, project and how far your Club walked so we can tally the miles – around the globe to this link: PeopleMovers, the Community Network
by Dr. Jasmin B. Cowin, President Rotary Club of New York, 2017-2018
Presidential Motto for 2017 – 2018
Cooperation + Collaboration = Transformation