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What We’re Watching: A Brief History of the Women's Donor Activist Movement


Did you know that the first major gift by a woman to the women’s movement wasn’t made until 1882? Neither did we.

Check out this video by World Pulse partner, the Women’s Funding Network, for an entertaining and inspiring look at women donors throughout history. It’s been a long road to the recent breakthrough of women investing in women on a massive scale. Watch. Learn. And celebrate the women who put their money behind their movement. Read More »

What We’re Watching: The International Tribunal on Crimes Against Women of Burma Report

On March 2, 2010 a landmark event, the International Tribunal on Crimes Against Women of Burma, was held in New York—one step towards accounting for atrocities commited under Burma’s military regime. Read More »

Be Published in World Pulse Magazine!

World Pulse announces a call for “My Story” submissions for the fall edition of our magazine. Read More »

Kenyan AIDS Activist Speaks about World Pulse in BBC Interview

Leah Okeyo is a living testament to the power of the internet. In a recent BBC interview, Leah recounts how internet access, and specifically the connections she has made on PulseWire, have empowered her as a woman living with AIDS in a rural Kenyan village. Read More »

PulseWire Member Wins Grant for Community Health Project

More accolades for Sunita Basnet, Voices of Our Future correspondent and valued member of the World Pulse community! Read More »

PotoFanm+Fi: Rebuilding Haiti

World Pulse is excited to provide the platform for women leaders on the ground in Haiti, in grassroots communities, and within the international arena, to come together and organize the rebuilding of their nation. Read More »

Meet K-lee Starland

Meet International Human Rights Advisor and PulseWire member K-lee Starland, who draws from her education and personal liberating journey to empower women worldwide. Read More »

VIDEO: World Pulse Correspondents Speak About the Power of Media at One Young World Summit

Congratulations to Voices of Our Future correspondents, Gifty Pearl Abenaab and Sunita Basnet, who were two of only six speakers to present plenaries on the topic of The Changing Power of the Media at the One Young World inaugural youth summit held in London this year. Read More »

Meet Subhadra Khaperde

Meet woman's rights activist and PulseWire member Subhadra Khaperde. A Dalit woman from the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, Subhadra empowers rural women to challenge oppressive societal norms. Together they have won many battles including securing forest and water rights and shutting down dozens of illegal liquor stores that feed alcohol abuse among their husbands. Read More »

World Pulse Founder at Bioneers 2009

World Pulse Founder at Bioneers 2009

Watch World Pulse founder Jensine Larsen's speech from the October 2009 Bioneers conference. Read More »

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PAKISTAN: They Went to School and Never Came Back

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Announcing Our Prize Winners!

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