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UPDATE: Iran Hiker Sarah Shourd Released From Prison

Sarah Shourd was released from prison in Iran on humanitarian grounds September 14, 2010. Read More »

UPDATE: Kiana Firouz Granted Asylum In the UK

On June 18th, after two rounds of rejection by UK authorities, Kiana Firouz’s application for asylum was finally granted. Read More »

Remind World Leaders to Prioritize AIDS Orphans

Today there are over 15 million children who have lost parents to AIDS. The world these children will grow up in will be shaped by the commitments we make today. Read More »

Take Action for a New Economy

It’s hard to resist feeling powerless as we watch economic systems collapse around us. The leading economic thinkers who lent their voices to the Summer/Fall ’09 issue of World Pulse Magazine remind us that those systems can be re-envisioned. Read More »

Join the One Million Women Campaign to Cut CO2 Emissions

The One Million Women Campaign has a goal of empowering 1 million Australian women to cut 1 million tons of carbon dioxide, the main greenhouse gas pollutant triggering climate change. Read More »

Help Fund Community Wells with Charity Water

In many countries, women spend an average of two hours a day walking for water. You can help reduce the burden by fundraising to build a well for a community in need. Read More »

Plant for the Planet: the Billion Trees Campaign

Nobel Peace Prize laureate Wangari Maathai recently stated that what we really need to do is plant a billion trees. Having planted 30 million trees herself, Maathai has inspired a movement. Read More »

Haiti: Help Women's Leadership Rise

Women have not only been disproportionately affected by Haiti's 7.0 magnitude earthquake, but they hold the key to Haiti's future. Read More »

Help Defeat Uganda’s Anti-Gay Bill

The piece of legislation that has become known as Uganda’s anti-gay bill is slated to come before the Ugandan parliament in late February or early March. If the legislation passes, it would not only reinforce the criminalization of homosexuality in Uganda but it could punish homosexuals with life imprisonment or even death. Read More »

Pressure Sudanese Government to Repeal Inhumane Laws

You first heard the story of Lubna Hussein’s struggle from PulseWire correspondent and citizen journalist, Halima Mohamed Abdel Rahman. Now you can sign a petition and take action to support Lubna, Halima, and the Sudanese women who are demanding their rights. Read More »

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