The Rotary Club of Stockholm International is a young, vibrant member of the Rotary International family. Started in May 2003, the club is located in Stockholm, Sweden’s capital city, and is the only Rotary club in Stockholm that conducts meetings in English. The membership is international, culturally diverse and has representatives from several embassies as well as from the business, professional, vocational and artistic sectors.

 

RCSI adheres to the vision, mission and principles of Rotary International. Being the only English-speaking club in Stockholm we also welcome non-Swedish speaking Rotaract members from other countries and who are living in the Stockholm area to join our club or simply participate in our weekly meetings on a regular basis.

Recent RCSI News
söndag den 12 mars 2017
Fundraising Event for Togo
 
tisdag den 20 september 2016
Rotary – We’re for Communities
Here’s a video produced by Rotary International In Great Britain & Ireland that gives a great introduction to the work Rotary clubs all over...
 
onsdag den 11 maj 2016
A beautiful beginning
 
lördag den 9 april 2016
The 2016 SIRC Ron Pavellas Award for Community Service – Seeking nominations
SIRC is now seeking nominations for the 2016 SIRC Ron Pavellas Award for Community Service. The guidelines and nomination form can be found  HERE Last...
 
tisdag den 9 februari 2016
Water Purification and Management system project at an orphanage in Myanmar–Project succesfully completed
In 2014 & 2015 our club worked with two other Rotary clubs in Stockholm on one of the first international projects in Myanmar involving Swedish Ro...
 
fredag den 30 oktober 2015
Therapy Dog Research Project–Fund Raising Event, October 2015
On Friday 23rd October, 2015 our club organised a fund raising event at The Historical Museum in Stockholm in aid of a therapy dog research project th...
 
tisdag den 13 oktober 2015
Our Leadership Academy Program (Update)
 
torsdag den 1 oktober 2015
What one former Rotary Scholarship student learned from Rotary
Carolina Gonzalez Rivas, formerly a Rotary scholarship student and now a Rotarian, reflects on the rewards of helping others.
 
Recent Rotary News
tisdag den 28 mars 2017
From Rotary Scholar to Peace Corps
By Jasmine Segall, former Rotary global grant scholar I have heard a variety of interesting stories about why the rural Costa Rican town I live in as ...
 
fredag den 24 mars 2017
Meet my vibrant club
By S. David Chang, Rotary Club of Seoul, Korea Our club, The Rotary Club of Seoul, was established in 1927 as the first club in Korea. We are unique i...
 
onsdag den 22 mars 2017
Create ‘Twitter volunteer’ opportunities
By Doug Vincent, a past district governor and member of the Rotary Club of Woodstock-Oxford, Ontario, Canada Recently, I attended a great presentation...
 
fredag den 17 mars 2017
Being the oxygen that fuels the flame (of service)
By Bill Smyth, Rotary Club of Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina, USA It’s not every day that an eighth-grade student’s essay rivets a teacher&#...
 
onsdag den 15 mars 2017
Boost membership with an e-newsletter
By Melissa Ward, Rotary Club of Twin Bridges, Southern Saratoga, New York, USA, a past district governor, and chair of the Rotarians on Social Network...
 
måndag den 13 mars 2017
What has Rotaract done for me?
By Emily Wood, Rotaract Club of South-West Brisbane, Australia I’ve been a member of Rotaract — Rotary’s community service and professional developmen...
 
fredag den 10 mars 2017
Why host an outbound-only youth exchange?
By Eric Cowcill, governor-elect of District 1285 The Rotary clubs of Sandbach, United Kingdom, and Macau have worked together for several years to pro...
 
onsdag den 8 mars 2017
When more women work, economies grow
By Annemarie Mostert, a member of the E-club of Southern Africa On International Women’s Day, 8 March, it is important to reflect on the milestones wo...
 
tisdag den 7 mars 2017
The future of women in Rotary
International Women’s Day, 8 March, celebrates women and their social, economic, political, and cultural achievements around the world. This year’s ca...
 
fredag den 3 mars 2017
Good news for Ghana sanitation efforts
By Mohamed Keita, RI staff, Administrative Coordinator, Areas of Focus, Programs and Grants In January, a new government came into office in Ghana and...
 

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Rotary är en organisation för samhälls-engagerade personer med olika yrkesbak-grund, kön, ålder, religion och etnisk till-hörighet, som gör humanitära insatser och arbetar för att främja samförstånd, good-will och fred i världen.

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KONTAKTINFORMATION

E-post: stockholm-international@rotary.se


MÖTESINFORMATION

Ordinarie mötesplats:

Hotel Hellsten
Luntmakargatan 68
113 51 Stockholm

Ordinarie mötestid: Torsdagar 18:00

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RCSI Meeting - "Her self"
2017-03-30 18:00