**The inaugural District 5400 Peace Conference is included in your District Celebration registration**

Friday, May 17th

Boise Centre 

Each year, Rotary selects up to 100 professionals from around the world to receive fellowships to study at the RI peace centers. Through academic training, practice, and global networking opportunities, the Rotary Peace Centers program develops leaders who become catalysts for peace and conflict prevention and resolution. These fellowships cover tuition and fees, room and board, round-trip transportation, and all internship and field-study expenses. In 2019, District 5400 will have its first-ever Peace Conference track, featuring Rotary Peace Fellows and a lineup of leaders who are experts in their peace-promoting fields.




Kick-Off Luncheon with David Lamotte, Peace Fellow and Entertainer 
  1. Introduction to the Peace Institute 
    • Welcome Message
    • Goals for the afternoon
  2. Peace Panel, facilitated by Gemma Gaudette, Idaho Matters
    • Rabbi Daniel Fink
    • Brian Farr, J.D., Rotary Action Group for Peace
    • Ashley Orme, Associate Director - Dispute Resolution Department at Boise State University
    • Carol Barkes, Neuroscience Based Conflict Resolution Consultant/Mediator, Public Speaker, Best-Selling Author
    • Vincent Kituku, Certified Professional Speaker, Mentor and Coach
  3. Video message 'What is Possible' from Zach Tilton, D5400’s Peace Fellow 
    • Envelope Instructions
    • Resources for attendees and Clubs
  4. Facilitated Break Out Groups
    • Human Trafficking - Marie Elena Schubin
    • Environment - Laurie Zuckerman
    • Anti-bullying - Carol Barkes
    • Conflict Resolution - Ashley Orme
    • Starting a Peace Building Club - Mason Fuller
    • Polarization & Division in Society - Brian L. Farr