Come celebrate 100 years of Inner Wheel friendship and service.
19th International Inner Wheel Convention
7th to 10th May 2024
Get the latest details of the biggest Inner Wheel event of the year, 7 to 10 May 2024. Visit the 19th International Inner Wheel Convention website.
The 19th International Inner Wheel Convention 2024 is now open for registration.
Download the Convention Brochure.
The Margarette Golding Rose
The Rose has been developed to mark the centenary of Inner Wheel. Its development was initiated by Past Association Presidents Zena Coles and Thelma Pacsoo, bred by Philip Harkness of Harkness Roses, and launched at the Chelsea Flower Show on 25 May 2023. Read more about the launch.
IIW holds consultative status in the United Nations
Member Clubs provide information on their projects which support the UN commissions, particularly on UN’s Sustainable Development Goals concerning Human Rights, Rights of the Children, Conditions of Women, the Family and the Elderly, and Substance Abuse, focusing on Health, Education, Empowerment and Opportunity. Six Inner Wheel representatives in the UN follow and assist the work sessions of these commissions. This is the advocacy, the work and recognition of International Inner Wheel since 1972. We share this compelling United Nations video.
Karin Rivollet returns as the UN Representative in Geneva. IIW welcomes Karin.
Karin sits on committees on the Rights of the Child. There are three sessions a year for the Committees. During each session of three weeks, the Experts of the CRC receive delegations of high representants of State parties and study their reports on application of the Rights of the Child in their countries. 193 countries signed the Convention in 1989 and report every 5 years to show prove of progress and their hard work in giving children a better world.
IIW currently has seven UN Representatives accredited at the United Nations offices in Geneva, Vienna and New York (e-brochure).
The Margarette Golding Award
This special honour by International Inner Wheel is given to a person in recognition of highly commendable personal service in a community, involving a great deal of commitment regularly over a long term or great personal sacrifices for the benefit of others. The high standard set for the award makes it highly regarded. Please fill in this MGA form to nominate a candidate of your choice, and submit through an Inner Wheel Club, District or National Governing Body.
Tweets from around the world