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At World Pulse, we recognize the need for ongoing learning—for you and for your community! Our toolkits aim to provide the resources you need to advance your social change work.

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Comment on our proposal TODAY and help World Pulse grow

Dear World Pulse community leaders,

World Pulse submitted a proposal in the Knight News Challenge, an international media innovation contest. The challenge seeks projects that use the best of existing software and platforms, already integrated into people's lives, to find new ways to convey information.

Our proposal is focused on upgrading the platform to provide you—our incredible community of outspoken women leaders—with greater tools to broadcast your stories, needs, and solutions. This grant would allow us to incorporate the features you have asked for, including cell-phone reporting capabilities, multimedia functionality that doesn't slowdown your network, improved translation services, and increase the ability for readers, international publications and networks to access your writing and connect directly with you to support your vision.

The contest is running through March 17 on Tumblr, and we invite you to show your vocal support for our project by "liking" our submission and posting a comment that expresses both your experience as a vocal participant in our online community, and how a major upgrade of our platform could improve your ability to report as a citizen journalist, network globally, or realize your vision for change. We ask that if you have any questions, please bring them to the World Pulse team via email or on PulseWire and refrain from asking questions on the Knight News Challenge Tumblr site.

Please note that in order to "like" our submission you will need to register a Tumblr account, which is a quick process but involves a couple of steps. You can comment without registering a new account. With a Tumblr account you can explore a new option for creating your own blog or social action page.

Help us build a better and share your enthusiasm with the Knight News Challenge to help us win the contest!

Read our submission on Tumblr and leave your comment by March 17:

Thank you for your support!

Scott, Rachael and the entire World Pulse team


amiesissoho's picture

It is impressive and good

It is impressive and good luck.


jadefrank's picture

Great support, thank you!

Thanks everyone for all your wonderful comments so far, keep them coming!

In gratitude,

usha kc's picture

yeah,, good luck,, may our

yeah,, good luck,, may our home-World-Pulse- be granted!

Stella Paul's picture

From my experience...

Dear Scott and other colleagues

My last office - Video Volunteers - was a winner of the Knights News Challenge. As their Comms Director, I remember being in the same state that you are today - a bit nervous and a lot excited. Anyway, from my experiences, World Pulse deserves every bit of that award. In fact as I was writing my comment there, I felt tempted to go on and on!

With all my best wishes and good luck!

Stella Paul
Twitter: @stellasglobe

katina maria's picture

Need more time

I need more time to learn and read more .we never have computers at school I learn it few years ago from my daughter after she finnish high school,at this moment I have my own laptop for three months and my most used web is PULSE WIRE I still have to learn a lot.I cant go to internet its to expensive.I am register on a spacial program its only working from midnight till 6hoclock in the morning ,than I have to perepare for children for school,at 9hoo clock I have to be at the project,which I can used it for cheaper so my friends iff you dint hear anything from me know I dont have the 3U$ to register for a week and that make me sick.
Love you all

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