World Pulse Community Member Olanike Olugboji from Nigeria—also known as Greengirl—has just been published in this month's Building Peace Forum, a digital publication of the Alliance for Peacebuilding. The forum's solicitation of World Pulse for grassroots voices provides an inspiring example of the power of World Pulse to connect women and organizations worldwide and bring women a global voice!
World Pulse has been featured on LetsDoMore.com—the GAP corporation's new social good platform—in this article written by Marcia G. Yerman.
World Pulse has been featured on TheToolbox.org—a new platform for tools aiding social change—in this article written by award-winning journalist Melissa Jun Rowley.
It's almost here! In a few days, we're preparing to release a new WorldPulse.com to better support your voice and leadership. Watch World Pulse Founder and CEO Jensine Larsen alongside World Pulse Community Leader and Board Member Stella Paul speak to you about the new capabilities we can expect! We can't wait to welcome you. It is your voices that will power World Pulse into the future. Please watch the video and then read on for more detail.
Get ready! We're preparing to release a new WorldPulse.com to better support your voice and leadership! Very soon, when you log on you'll see some exciting changes.
World Pulse presents recommendations from women worldwide on how technology companies can bridge ‘digital gender divide.'
World Pulse brings international grassroots women leaders from the web to the stage for advancement of women's digital empowerment.
When the ninth annual Internet Governance Forum (IGF) commenced last week in Istanbul, Turkey, World Pulse was there to bring your voices and solutions to the table.
World Pulse Brings the Power of its International Network to Internet Governance Forum to Advance Women’s Digital Inclusion Worldwide.
Portland-based World Pulse, a global digital network, accelerates the collective power of women to impact change through digital access and empowerment.
World Pulse is honored to join the Women and the Web Alliance, a groundbreaking public-private partnership which aims to create a movement addressing the gendered Internet gap by bringing more than 600,000 young women online in Nigeria and Kenya in the next three years.