Rotary UN Day- Part 2 (Aired on AM on Dec. 27 & on FM on Dec. 29)

Rotary UN Day

Rotary UN Day

Each year on Rotary UN Day, which celebrates the role Rotary had in founding the UN and their continuing relationship, RadioRotary conducts onsite interviews with Rotarians and others attending the event. In this program, the interviews included deal with water purification and desalination, developing a new generation of leaders around the world, the Rotary youth exchange program, and dealing with technological obsolescence. The final interview in the series is with Rotary International President for Rotary year 2013-14 Ron Burton, whose motto—“Engage Rotary, Change Lives”—sums up how Rotarians and the United Nations work together.

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Water Treatment
Water Supply Crisis
Young Global Leadership Organization
Rotary Youth Exchange Program
Connecting Businesses around the World
President Ron Burton

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