|Rotary for tomorrow.pdf (444 kB)
QUESTIONS FOR THE FUTURE
CLIK UP HERE THE PICTURES TO FIND THE MEMBERSHIP SITUATION IN ZONES 17/18:
Worldwide membership is 1,227,017 as of 28 February 2018. The figure is going up as total in the Rotary world but in our Zones 17 and 18 the loss is about 4,5 percent from 1 July 2017 to date.
Globally main loser is the American continent (both north and south), except Caribbean area and the greatest winners come from India. Australian membership as also African are falling and the European figures are in the middle; better in UK than other part of Europe. Scandinavian figures are deteriorating as mentioned above.
Social change refers to an alteration in the social order of a society. Social change may include changes in nature, social institutions, social behaviors, or social relations often in relation to time.
In the days of birth (1905) Rotary with its young members formed a homogenous entity having a leader status. Those days the society was stable and more coherent. Rotary had its hegemony from United States and the next Rotary countries followed that mode but not any more.
Big Worldwide exceptional circumstances as wars and depression had its effect to all ordinary life but Rotary increased its membership steadily. In the late 1990 came the turn and recession to nowadays figures. Why, what has happened in the old Rotary world?
When we are longing for new members a new analyze is needed for the membership processes especially when looking for new dynamic (young) once with many social and family obligations. It is more or less a guest of relevance and priorities!
We provide service to others, promote integrity, and advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through our fellowship of business, professional, and community leaders.
Our core values
Our values are an increasingly important component in strategic planning because they drive the intent and direction of the organization’s leadership.
Lars has been a Rotarian since 1985 serving D1390, Finland, as governor 1999 and several years as District Trainer.- Rotary International Lars served as RI Director (2008-10), PR task force member, zone coordinator and several other task forces. He has also been COL representative 2007 and NMRCP country representative. Lars has visited, with his wife Nina, 12 District Conferences as President’s Rep. and 12 RI Conventions, latest in Seoul. As RI Director he managed two RI Institutes (Tampere 2008 and Warsaw 2009).
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