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2013 VOF Week 1

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Count Me In!

“When a woman rises up in her glory, her energy is magnetic and her sense of possibility contagious.” -Marianne Williamson … Read More»

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Access to Freedom - Web 2.0 A Journey to Emancipation

This is a story of emancipation – Web 2.0. The world has been revolutionized by the trading of ideas that internet access has facilitated. … Read More»

Rahmana Karuna's picture

Maternity care must evolve to the right of all women having absolute self authority

This is very exciting for me. What a community of amazing womyn we are here on World Pulse! I long to write and express myself. … Read More»

Nelly Bassily's picture

Moving from an online space to a global offline campaign to fight sexual assault...

This was my Facebook entry on February 1, 2013: “ :'( This happened!!! (! … Read More»

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Women and the role of Media

By Zephaniah … Read More»

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Web 2.0 What kind of ancestor will I be?

What excites me most about Web 2.0 is getting to connect and learn from other women that are passionate about issues that impact the health and well being of women and girls throughout the world. … Read More»

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Digital Media as an equalizer

I started blogging in 2004 when blogging was not so popular, and MySpace was the “coolest” platform for socializing. … Read More»

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Empovernmet of Web 2.0

While doing my research project about cultural and religious influences on Human Rights in MENA region, I found a video of the Egyptian woman, telling her personal story of sexual violence on the stre … Read More»

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The Wondrous Web 2.0 Experience.

I still recall the first time I sat in front of a computer. I was impressed by the colors and forms that materialized when I started typing bluntly, without any order, letters at the keyboard. … Read More»

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Wielding Web 2.0 as a Weapon in the Digital Revolution

A few years ago, a colleague forwarded an email to me containing a video clip of a school-girl having sex on a public bus with a boy, assumed to be her schoolmate. … Read More»

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