Interota 2011 – Hurghada, Egypt (18-22 November)

This triennial worldwide meeting of Rotaractors is hosted by the Rotaract clubs of Egypt. The program includes workshops on Rotaract-related topics, a project promoting peace, visits to historical and cultural attractions, and numerous social events.

What is Interota?
Interota is a worldwide Rotaract meeting, held every that is organized and sponsored by Rotaractors every three years. It provides Rotaractors with a forum for sharing ideas, concerns, and experiences with other Rotaract club members around the world. Participants are also treated to sightseeing and other cultural events throughout the weeklong event.
Although Interota is not an official Rotary International meeting, the RI Board of Directors recognizes its value and supports the event by approving its program content and by ensuring representation of RI leadership.
This triennial meeting offers workshops, discussions, and speakers on topics of interest. It is also an opportunity to network and socialize with fellow Rotaractors from around the world. At the meeting, delegations from various countries present conference proposals for the upcoming Interota, and participants then, vote to select the next meeting site.

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