Community Update

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! »

Welcome to My World

Barriers to Coexistence

Last week, I went to the beach with a friend. While we were there, we ran into two of her friends. We sat together enjoying the sun, a small picnic, and the peacefulness of the sea. … Read More»

An Old Friend

Everyone has a talent. Some people discover theirs early, while others talents remain hidden only to be found after much searching. I was lucky to discover mine early on. … Read More»

Demonstrations of Change

The Arab Spring, which began in December 2010, confirmed the power of Web 2.0. I remember watching the news about Tunisia, the country where the revolutions began. … Read More»

A Prisoner in One's Own Land

by: Noreen Sadik A PRISONER IN ONE'S OWN LAND Like Hani Amer, generations of Palestinians are suffering due to Israel’s settlement policy, writes Noreen Sadik … Read More»

child sexual exploitation - a petition

I just received this in an email. Dear Friends, … Read More»

God's Plan

GOD'S PLAN “I don’t dream anymore” – Yousef, 13, Palestinian beggar … Read More»

His Mother's Eyes

A poem about a mother's love, loss and the resulting pain. It is not about anyone in particular. … Read More»

Change Should Come From Within

I invited two friends to join a coexistence class with me. It’s for women in the Jewish and Arab sectors in Israel, and is based on learning the techniques of photography. … Read More»


This is about women and sisterhood.. It could even be about us World Pulsers! A good friend sent it to me. I have no idea who wrote it or where it came from. Enjoy! … Read More»

Feelings of the Heart

Two days ago, my son traveled to Europe to attend university. At the age of 17, he is not a boy, but also not yet a man, but he felt it was time to be on his own. … Read More»

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