Rotary Representatives: What they do?
-Serve as Rotary’s “ambassadors”
-Educate international community about Rotary
-Organize promotional events
-Support Rotary public relations campaigns
-Update Rotarians about international activities.
Selected each year by the RI President,
Representatives serve as Rotary’s unofficial “ambassadors” to governments, international institutions and other civil society organizations.
-“Eyes and Ears” on the ground
-Update Rotarians about UN and other national/international initiatives such as the Post 2015 Development Agenda (follow-up to Millennium Development Goals)
-Initialize and maintain ongoing contact with key local, national and international influencers.
-Coordinate key events such as Rotary Days at the UN, UNESCO, and the White House or President Burton’s Lecture of the America’s presentation at the OAS.
-Educate Rotarians about Rotary’s role in the international community at sessions like this.
-Assist with Rotary public relations initiatives such as translating PR materials into local languages or supporting End Polio Now lightings and public events
[extract from the ppt presentation posted on "SlideShare.net" ]
Rotary and the United Nations RI’s Representative Network
3 Famous panellists:
-DG Peter Kyle will serve as Primary Representative to the World Bank beginning 1 July 2014,
-PDG Knut J. Johnsen serves as an Alternate Representative to the United Nations/New York ,
-Rotary Public Image Coordinator Ayoub M. Ayoub serves as Rotary Representative to the Arab League
Panel conducted by DG Kyle at the International Convention at Sydney, Australia
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