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On her recent trip to Japan with her husband Mike, Immediate Past President Susan Weaver had the opportunity to meet with members of our first "Twin" club the Rotary E-Club of Tokyo Peace Wing.  At that gathering of Rotarians, Susan had the pleasure of meeting two Rotary International Peace Fellows who are studying at the International Christian University (ICU) in Tokyo.
 
One of those Peace Fellows was Madeleine Logan from Brisbane Australia.  Madeleine was nominated for her Peace Fellowship by the Rotary Club of  Ashgrove-The Gap near Brisbane and she is a M.A Candidate in Peace Studies.
 
You are going to love learning about Madeleine and the intercultural educational project called Safarni.
 
 
 
 
Madeleine Logan worked for UNICEF in West and Central Africa for four years before being awarded a Rotary Peace Fellowship. Her most recent posting was in the Central African Republic, where she joined the humanitarian crisis response in 2013. She began her career as a journalist, and has reported in both Australia and the UK. During her Masters at ICU, she has focused on the relationship between peace and education. She is currently in Cairo, completing her thesis research on the intercultural education project called Safarni. She will speak to Rotarians today about Safarni, which runs simulated travel adventures for children so that they can connect with humans from across the world.
 
 
 
(If you cannot see the video below on your device, click here).
 
 
For more information and to learn how you can help, visit the Safarni website.
 
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