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EMAGAZINE: Creating the World We Want to See

As 2013 comes to a close, we can think of no better way to celebrate than to honor women and men in our global community who give us glimpses of what the future can hold. They are guided by huge visions, while shining light on small acts that matter: gestures of solidarity, patient mentorship, authentic living, and deep listening that can transform our world. And they present a revolutionary kind of friendship—the friendship that flourishes despite distance and can sustain a person through the devastation of civil war. What will the future look like? Read on and revel in the possibilities. Read More »

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Celebrating the 2013 Voices of Our Future Graduating Class

The 2013 Voices of Our Future Program has come to a close, but our journey together to empower and lift one another's voices continues. Read More »

Let's Take Back the Tech!

November 25 begins 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence. Women and men around the world are coming together now to call for the elimination of all forms of violence against women. This year World Pulse is focusing on the power of technology to create awareness and take action on this issue. We are partnering with the Association for Progressive Communications to bring you the 2013 Public vs. Private: Define Your Line. Shape Your Space. Take Back the Tech Campaign. Here are several actions that YOU can take today. Choose one (or four!) and share your experience in your World Pulse journal by December 13. Read More »

Highlights from Our 10-Year Anniversary Event

What a night! World Pulse celebrated 10 years of connecting for impact this month with our hometown community in Portland, Oregon, and our global community online. To those of you who attended in person—and those who stayed up late or woke up early to watch the live stream in different time zones—a heartfelt thank you! Read More »

EMAGAZINE: Rewriting Congo's Story

The Democratic Republic of the Congo has become known as the “worst place in the world to be a woman.” But for the women of the DRC, this is far from the last word. From a courageous citizen journalist in Goma to a bustling women’s Internet cafe in Bukavu, women across the country are writing an alternative story. Today the DRC is one of the most active regions in World Pulse’s global network, as women log on and use our online platform as an advocacy tool. Read More »

Counting Down to the International Day of the Girl

As the International Day of the Girl approaches, we are keeping the conversation alive. Every day this week we will be highlighting community members who are advocating and innovating for girls’ education. Read More »

Hillary Clinton Announces Partnership Between World Pulse and Intel

The volume is rising! Last week at the Clinton Global Initiative annual meeting, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton announced our partnership with Intel to bridge the digital divide for five million women and girls in Africa. World Pulse and Intel will collaborate on the ‘She Will Connect’ program, Intel’s initiative to reduce the significant gender and technology gap around the world, a fact highlighted in the company’s “Women and the Web” report released last January. Read More »

World Pulse LIVE: You Can Participate!

The powerful connections from last year's World Pulse LIVE speaking tour convinced us we needed to enable even more people to participate this year! Our 10-year anniversary event in Portland, Oregon on October 9 will be available globally via live streaming (watch for details soon on the World Pulse LIVE page). Not only will you be able to watch the event from anywhere with an Internet connection, but you will have an opportunity to pose your questions to the speakers ahead of time! Select questions will be read from the podium and addressed by our panel at the event. Read More »

Follow World Pulse LIVE Across the US This Fall!

This year we are bringing World Pulse LIVE voices to more stages and conferences year round! As we eagerly count down days to our big 10-year anniversary event in our birth city of Portland, Oregon, World Pulse is on the move and making waves at the world’s most forward-thinking and solutions-oriented summits and conferences. You can find World Pulse community leaders advocating for women-powered new media technology, partnering on a women’s climate action agenda, speaking their truths, and sharing their visions for combating some of the world’s greatest challenges. Read More »

EMAGAZINE: Dispatches from the Zambian AIDS Epidemic

This July, World Pulse Managing Editor Corine Milano traveled to Zambia as an International Reporting Project Fellow to cover health issues from the epicenter of the HIV/AIDS epidemic. With one of the highest HIV infection rates in the world—14.3% of the adult population—the Zambian people face an uphill battle. Read More »

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Inside Congo's Growing Sisterhood

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Face to Face with the U.S. Special Envoy to DRC

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WWW: Women Weave the Web

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World Pulse Voices of Our Future

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Highlights of the 2014 World Pulse LIVE Tour

Highlights of the 2014 World Pulse LIVE Tour

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Nobel Women's Initiative

Nobel Women's Initiative