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Digital Empowerment Toolkit Now Available!

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.

We are excited to introduce our Digital Empowerment Trainers’ Toolkit, a dynamic resource to help you bring the benefits of connecting online to women in your community. Check it out today! »

Starting my journal

My sisters, my daughters, my friends ― find your voice

Three women fought injustice, dictatorship and sexual violence, received Nobel Peace Prize 2011. … Read More»

Syrian Cinderella

I have to tell you the Syrian version of Cinderella story I heard today, it is ironically funny, and it is real. … Read More»

Mrs. Dictatorship, criminals are not stylish

I was moved by an article I read about how the efforts of Human Rights Watch led to cancel a planned fashion show by Uzbekistan dictator's daughter in New York Fashion Week. … Read More»

Killing children as a systematic act by Syrian regime

Yesterday, tens of thousands of mourners in the Syrian capital Damascus participated in a massive protest during the funeral of a 10 years old boy Ibrahim Al Shibani who was killed on Friday by Syrian … Read More»

The right to be

I used to believe in the usual sayings about life like I must search for a meaning for everything and I must look for my soulmate. … Read More»

Nothing is impossible

In my society, traditions plan our lives, but the beauty of specific cultural costumes might be mutilated by number of inherited prejudice doings against members of this society especially women and c … Read More»

For our beloved children

A group of children ages between 10-12 in Syria affected by the Arab spring in Tunisia and Egypt they were watching on TV, at school next day they innocently wrote this phrase on the blackboard: The n … Read More»

Shaking off fear

I was a chubby little girl, with a curly hair and dark skin, rebellious and wanted to do things my way. … Read More»

Crime under the protection of Law

Zahra Ezzo, was a 16 years old girl, in 2005 she ran from her parents' house to Damascus-Syria. A civil community and juvenile correctional institution saw her and took her in. … Read More»

Web 2.0, who said women can't?

As content creator platform, web 2.0 opens a path of unlimited choices for societies and women in particular. … Read More»

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