Rotary Intercountry Committees

Intercountry committees, or ICCs, are one of Rotary’s many paths to fostering goodwill and peace among nations.

Rotary Intercountry Committees

ICCs provide an ethical and cultural blueprint for the advancement of peace

Rotary Intercountry Committees

ICCs enable the expansion of Rotary service to carry out large-scale projects and take an active role in expanding positive peace.

Rotary Intercountry Committees

More than 400 ICC sections all over the world provide significant support to all programs of Rotary and its Foundation.
They help increase the effectiveness of the international service in our seven areas of focus.

Rotary Intercountry Committees

ICCs help Rotarians and Rotaractors to put into practice Rotary’s message and build bridges of friendship between different cultures and nations.

Rotary Intercountry Committees

With their experience in international service, strong ties and friendly relations with partner countries, and clubs,
ICCs are an extremely valuable asset for our clubs and districts.

Rotary Intercountry Committees

More than 400 ICC sections all over the world provide significant support to all programs of Rotary and its Foundation.
They help increase the effectiveness of the international service in our seven areas of focus

Mission of Intercountry Committees

To promote peace and international understanding while improving cross-cultural awareness,

engaging diversities, and bridging communities

International service is a high priority for Rotary. It supports all of our strategic priorities and is an Avenue of Service that promotes international understanding, goodwill, and peace.

Rotary Inter-country Committees (ICCs) promote relationships between two or more international districts or countries to increase the fellowship and intercultural understanding among the people of the various nations; foster stronger ties between the members, clubs, and districts from different countries; and establish networks across borders, continents, and oceans.

Today, more than 400 ICC sections from all over the world provide significant support to all programs of Rotary and its Foundation. They help increase the effectiveness of the international service in our seven areas of focus.

About Rotary ICCs

ICC History

ICC Leadership

ICC Conferences

International action

Peace initiatives

Rotary Development

Twinning

ICC and the Rotarian action group for peace

ICC and the Rotarian action group for peace

The Rotarian action group for peace (RAGFP) serves as a resource to the Rotary community and is on a mission to engage, educate and empower the Rotary network to advance peacebuilding worldwide. The...

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