Peace Building and Conflict Management by Interact Club of Chelsea International Academy

Peace Building and Conflict Management is an area of study that focuses on how
violence and conflict management are viewed, addressed and solved. Project: Peace
Building and Conflict Management was introduced as it has become a necessary tool in
this contemporary society with violent people.

Project: Peace Building and Conflict Management
Theme: Crucial Tool of Contemporary Society 

Brief Details:

Date: October 31, 2022
Club: Interact Club of Chelsea International Academy 
Venue: Google Meet 
Hosted/participated: As a host club
Joint/ Individual Project: Joint Project



Peace Building and Conflict Management is an area of study that focuses on how
violence and conflict management are viewed, addressed and solved. Project: Peace
Building and Conflict Management was introduced as it has become a necessary tool in
this contemporary society with violent people.

 It was an online event organized by Interact Club of Chelsea International Academy and Co-host Club Interact Club of GoldenGate Int’l College. It was an effort to help interactors know how conflicts can be resolved peacefully through a hypothetical conflict situation that was provided to them which they had to solve in a group. The event helped interactors understand and learn about the topic, Rotary’s four way test, current conflict situation between countries as well as help them work in a group.


1.To help teenagers know how important conflict management is.
2. To make attendees realize peace is what makes us stand united.
3.To make them understand anger makes you lose many things in life.
4.Promote knowledge of Peace Building and Conflict Management.

Project summary:

On the occasion of Interact Week, ‘Peace Building and Conflict Management’
was organized on October 31 2022 and formally started at 8:10 P.M. Itr.
Sumeena Lama from ICGGIC acknowledged the guests and welcomed the guest
speaker as well as introduced him to the attendees. Then, Itr. Sarthak Lekhak
from ICCIA delivered the welcome speech. Rtn. Raju Sarkar, member of Rotary
District 3292 ‘Peace and Conflict’ sub-committee, was the guest speaker for this
event. He explained to us about active and passive violence. Active violence has
mobilization of weapons such as guns and is obvious to see even from the
outside. However, passive violence isn’t obvious from the outside. It seems like
peace but people can’t actually enjoy peace due to the presence of issues such as
discrimination. This passive violence, if not addressed, will go on and eventually
become a full blown war. We also learned about the 4 types of conflict:
pathway, mutually exclusive goals, distributive conflict and value based and the
stages of how a normal situation becomes armed conflict. At the Q & A session,
Rtn. Raju Sarkar answered the questions from the attendees. After the Q & A
session, a token of love was presented to the guest speaker and we moved on to
the breakout session. For the breakout session, the attendees were divided into
5 groups and each group worked together to solve the given scenario: “Imagine
that you’re working in a group along with 4 other members where you’re
assigned as the leader. The team has been assigned a group project which must
be submitted within a week. Every member of the team is assigned a specific
task by the teacher. This project is important for all to get good grades as yet
final grade will be determined to the extent by how well the group project is
One of the group members, Ocean, has been causing some problems. From the
start, s/he rarely attended the group meeting. Talking to people who have
worked with s/he has shared that s/he never completed the assigned task in
prior terms. Among the members of your group, Ocean is the only person who is
creating this problem.                                                                                    

Suppose the group project is due in 2 days. Ocean has again skipped today’s meeting in which the group has planned to put together the final draft of their work. Everyone is furious and wants to confront Ocean about the situation as this is a really important project for everyone. What should you as a group leader do?”

After the breakout session, each group presented their answer. Then, the ‘Most Enthusiastic Interator’ and ‘Most Outstanding Group’ were announced to be Itr.Nishant Giri from ICGGIC and Group A moderated by Itr. Resman Basnet. Itr. Nischal Dahal from ICGGIC then provided the event summary and Itr. Ashim Sapkota from ICCIA presented the vote of thanks. The event formally ended at 10:36 P.M. and we had a fellowship session afterwards.

Feedbacks of Attendees:
1.They were very happy about the event. They further added that many
people talk about guys having to be powerful and should put up a fight
rather than solving it with peace talks. So, they were happy to know
peace is much more valuable than to fight without cause.

2.They were happy to hear Rtn. Raju Sarkar talks about this as he is a
well-known speaker who stands for Human Rights.


This project turned out to be more magical than we thought of it. As the event
kept going many people opened up with their queries which were out of this
world to hear. Listening to people wanting to change themselves it gave us a lot
of encouragement. Our Aim for this event was nothing more than to let people
know you are not going to be weak if you don’t fight physically while standing
for peace.

Pictures from the event

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Message from Rtn. R. Gordon R. McInally

Dear Interactors,

It is my pleasure to send greetings to you! I hope that this website connects you with partners in service—your fellow young leaders and Rotary members within District 3292. At Rotary, we are fortunate to have some of the best youth programs in the world. When you join with us in acts of service, you help make the world a better place and gain leadership skills for life. Throughout the year, we will be focusing on all the ways that Rotary creates hope – and I can think of nothing more hopeful than a new generation of enthusiastic young leaders, eager to build a brighter future. Rotary needs you – and the world needs you. We want you to feel empowered to help build peace through your acts of service and by offering genuine friendships through Interact. Everything you do in Interact helps bring generations together and creates lasting change. But most of all, we have lots of fun along the way! Thank you for joining us to Create Hope in the World.

Warm regards,

R. Gordon R. Mcinally
President, Rotary International 2023-24

Message from Itr. Biplob Thapa

Dear fellow Interactors,
I would like to express my heartfelt congratulations to Itr. Itr. Beepin Subedi and the entire team on the successful completion of a remarkable year filled with the power of selfdiscovery and exploration.

In harmony with Rotary International President Rtn. Gordon R. McInally’s theme of ‘CreateHope in the World’ and Interact District’s theme ‘Interact For Impact’, I am filled with optimismto have seen dedicated leaders embark on the noble path of service, creating a milestone impact. Every single Rotarian, Rotaractor, and Interactor is to be equally thanked and praised for how far the interact movement has come. By embracing opportunities, leading by example, and fostering fellowship, I am confident that the Interact movement has flourished magnificently, serving as a source of inspiration and cherished lifelong experiences.

The accomplishments of District 3292 in the past years have been truly inspiring and noteworthy. Through impactful service projects and active involvement, District 3292 consistently strives to make a positive difference, setting a remarkable example of what Interact stands for. Looking ahead, I firmly believe that Interact District 3292 and the entire Interact movement will continue to prosper and have profound significance.

This year, I am sure to see the same enthusiasm and leadership and its impact on the entire Interact movement. I strongly encourage all the Interactors to wholeheartedly embrace the new challenges and opportunities that await them with an open mind and a positive outlook. I urge Interact clubs to continue their tradition of excellence and strive for an even greater impact. The dedication and devotion showcased by Interactors should not be limited to a confined space; rather, it should transcend boundaries and create a significant impact on communities and the whole Interact Movement.

I would like to once again extend my warm regards to everyone who enthusiastically geared up to strengthen the roots of the Interact movement. Certainly, the unyielding dedication and strong commitment of the Interactors will make the Rotary movement stronger and have a strong impact on the Interact movement. I am eagerly looking forward to making a meaningful impact, driven by the unwavering belief in ‘Interact for Impact.’ I wholeheartedly believe that by standing united, we possess the strength and capability to mark extraordinary impacts.

Yours in Interact,

Itr. Biplob Thapa
District Interact Representative 2023-24
Rotary International District 3292- Nepal & Bhutan

Message from Rtn. Rajendra Prasad Dhoju

Dear Presidents and Interactors,

First of all, I would like to congratulate you and your district team for RY 2023-24 and would like to offer my best wishes to you, your dream team and all the members of your district and club for a successful tenure.
I feel immense pleasure for getting an opportunity to express my views and happiness through this club Souvenir of RY 2023-2024. This Souvenir is one of the important documents and covers the information. I hope this Souvenir will definitely give more information about the team members to make strong coordination and communication to make better world.
Rotary International President of RY 2023-2024, R. Gordon R. McInally called for members to capture the world's attention and lead the way toward possibilities far beyond our current expectations. McInally, revealed the 2023- 24 presidential theme “Create Hope in the World”. He urged members to promote peace in troubled nations, help those affected by conflict, and maintain the momentum of initiatives begun by past leaders.
We must understand that we engage ourselves in service projects for the poor and needy communities and we can change the lives of those who are suffering. Rotary leadership, despite the fact that lasts only for one year, can be life changing if we can use the potential of our team and members of the club.
The theme of RI District 3292 for Rota Year 2023-24 is “Light of Hope”. Hope your club will go out all the way to achieve the RI Theme "CREATE

With regards,

Rajendra Prasad Dhoju
District Governor 2023-2024

Message from Rtr. Roshan Karki

Dear District Interact Representatives Itr. Biplov, and Fellow Interactors,
Warm greetings and a heartfelt Namaste to each and every one of you.
With immense joy and deep emotion, I extend my sincerest congratulations to Itr. Biplov Thapa on his appointment as the esteemed Interact District Representative (DIR) of our Interact District 3292 for Rotary Year 2023-24. Biplov, your unwavering dedication and passion for service shine brightly, and I am confident that under your visionary leadership, our Interact clubs will flourish and leave an indelible mark on our communities. Your commitment to making a difference serves as a powerful inspiration to us all.

I would also like to express my heartfelt congratulations to all the Interact Club Presidents for stepping into your new roles. Each one of you brings unique talents and perspectives that will undoubtedly enrich our joint efforts in serving humanity. As you embark on this new journey, please know that your unwavering dedication to service touches the lives of countless individuals in profound ways.

As we move forward together, let us embrace the true spirit of collaboration and open communication. The bond between Rotaract and Interact is not merely a formality but an essential force that drives meaningful change in our world. Together, we have the power to create a stronger, more sustainable impact and inspire positive transformation in the lives of those we touch.

I urge all Interactors and Interact Club Presidents to reach out and connect with their respective Rotaract clubs. Our Rotaract members eagerly await the opportunity to collaborate with you on projects and initiatives that align with our shared mission. By working hand in hand, we can foster a spirit of service that transcends boundaries and brings hope to those in need.

In the pursuit of our collective goals, please remember that your ideas, projects, and dreams matter immensely. Share them with us, and together, we shall explore innovative ways to amplify our impact and leave a lasting legacy of service that reverberates for generations to come.

Dear friends, the power of Rotary lies not only in our ability to unite but also in the profound emotional connections we forge through service. Let us carry the torch of compassion and empathy, touching lives with love and making a tangible difference in the world.

Once again, congratulations to DIR Itr. Biplov Thapa on his well-deserved role, and I wholeheartedly look forward to an exciting and impactful year ahead. Together, let us weave a tapestry of service that leaves an everlasting impression on the lives we touch.

With heartfelt gratitude and warm wishes,

Rtr. Roshan Karki
District Rotaract Representative (DRR) 2023-24
Rotary International District 3292

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