Join World Pulse LIVE 2011
...in welcoming World Pulse’s award-winning Voices of Our Future citizen journalists as they inspire audiences across the nation.
This October, three amazing women representing the energy and optimism of the World Pulse community will come to the US for the first time to lift their voices. These grassroots leaders will reveal how they are using the power of new media and technology to change lives and create solutions on the frontlines of today’s most pressing issues.
We invite you to come together for an unforgettable experience and celebrate the rising movement of women transforming our world.
Connect with the Speakers
Martha LlanO, COLOMBIA
Seven thousand feet above sea level in the cloud forests of Colombia, Martha Llano is raising her voice for local communities and fragile ecosystems. In a country terrorized by the drug war, where avoiding land mines and witnessing violence against women is a daily occurrence, she is bravely standing up for the land she loves.
Expertise: Environmental protection/sustainable development, indigenous and ethnic people’s displacement; violence against women, peace building in Colombia, forgiveness through writing
I want to make a network in every country and bring changes in people’s lives. The power of words is the key to shake the world.
Beatrice AchienG, UGANDA
Winning a historic tribal ruling in her village allowing women to own land was just the beginning for Beatrice Achieng. A youth leader for her community of over 700,000, Beatrice advances solutions for grassroots development, supports education for local girls, and pioneers the use of information and communication technologies to combat Uganda's HIV/AIDS crisis.
Expertise: HIV/AIDS, girls' education, youth empowerment, information and communication technologies for development
I am grateful I found not only a channel but listeners too. I will speak for change to my very last breath.
Sarvina Kang, CAMBODIA
At 10 years old, she was told she would never amount to anything more than a prostitute. Now the only literate person in an extended family of 35—Sarvina has overcome poverty to become a leader in her community and a champion of girls' education and ending sex trafficking.
Expertise: Education, girls’ empowerment, sex trafficking
I believe we can harness technology to inspire and empower women worldwide, building their inner strength with skills that will last a lifetime.
Experience World Pulse LIVE 2011
October 5-20, 2011
Portland | Denver | San Francisco | New York | Washington, DC
Oct 5 - Portland State University
Oct 6 - Mercy Corps
Oct 11 - University of Denver
bay area, ca
Oct 13 - Innovation Forum: Technology Leaders Empowering Women
Oct 14 - Bioneers Conference
new york city, ny
Oct 18 - The Paley Center for Media
Oct 20 - US Department of State, Global Digital Broadcast » 7:30 - 9:00 am EDT
Thank you to our sponsors, in-kind partners, and hosts!
World Pulse LIVE 2011 partners
The Paley Center for Media
U.S. Department of State
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