Thank you so much for this wonderful inspiring module. It has made me reflect on my personal vision as an individual and the vision I have for my community.
Oct 12, 2010 from Eritrea
If someone would have asked me what my personal vision for my life is before I joined Pulse Wire, I would have confuse them with my personal background, how I’ve come to work for a civil society organ
The song still takes me back. I’m sitting against my locker, headphones on, R Kelly blaring in my ears, tears rolling down my cheeks.
Oct 12, 2010 from Armenia
I have a penchant for lists: I’m always writing them. Not just writing them, but revising them, reviewing them, and sometimes throwing out entire lists just to rewrite a new one.
Women and children are our future. As a woman, mother and child of mother earth my wishes for myself, my community and the whole world are:
Oct 12, 2010 from Mauritius
ASSIGNMENT 4 – MAKING CHANGE HAPPEN WITH VOICES OF OUR CORRESPONDENT
I am a mid-career young promising Journalist who in my chosen career has worked actively in the media for both private organizations in electronic, print and online media in the country.
Oct 12, 2010 from United States
If we woke up tomorrow and suddenly everyone had food, what would we do with the infrastructure whose existence depends on food shortages?
As I type, my country has just experienced its 101st murder for 2010… for many people, that number is small, but for my country of less than 400,000 residents, it’s a bitter pill for us to swallow.
Oct 12, 2010 from South Africa
Jensine Larsen, the CEO of World Pulse was 28 years when she started World Pulse. Today women are not restricted by their cultures and languages.