Background checks for friendship exchange

I would clearly state all the reasons that requiring members to submit to background checks is wrong. I would strongly encourage all members to refuse to submit to a background check. They are not required by the US Department of State so they should not be required by a Rotary Club.

Rotary Voices

By Rotary staff

A friendship exchange.

Your club members have generously volunteered to host Rotarians from a district in another country as part of their Rotary Friendship Exchange program. Your club’s Rotary Friendship Exchange committee wishes to require all host families and visiting families to complete a background check as a precautionary measure of security. Other club members protest that only individuals of good standing become club members, so a background check is costly and unnecessary. What would you do?


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Published by Ahmed Zaki

My name is Ahmed Mohamed Zaki. I am 41 years old. I live in Cairo/Egypt. I am fond of helping others who are in need, and I am a good follower of Humanitarian efforts & philanthropy in media and social media. I try to be in help and to write about charitable and humanitarian efforts.

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