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Saturday August 27th 2016

40 years of foresight, insight and integrity

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'The Power of Yin'

Highlights benefits of holistic approach to SRI, sustainability, networking, the Love Economy, the empowerment of women.

Relates to: Wealth of Networks, SRI, Global Citizenship

Tracing War Missing in Sri Lanka – Smart Technologies Key to Youth Involvement in Agriculture

Tracing War Missing in Sri Lanka – Smart Technologies Key to Youth Involvement in Agriculture

Smart Technologies Key to Youth Involvement in Agriculture Friday Phiri She is only 24 and already running her father’s farm with 110 milking cows. Cornelia Flatten sees herself as a farmer for the rest of her life. “It’s my passion," says the young German. "It is not just about the money but a way of life. My dream is to grow this farm and transform it to improve ... MORE > > Tracing War Missing Still a Dangerous Quest in Sri Lanka Amantha Perera As Sri Lanka readies to begin the grim task of searching for thousands of war missing, those doing the tracing on the ground say that they still face intimidation and threats while doing their work. The government will set up the Office for Missing Persons (OMP) by October following its ... MORE > > The Lesser [...]

I’m on Forbes.com :) – Why Women Need To Stop Asking Themselves ‘Who Do I Think I Am?’

This is Mentoring Moments (#36), a series of WOW-you-need-to-know-these stories from successful women of multiple generations. Mentoring Moments is now a podcast. Maria Shriver tweeted about this post by Brooke Warner: “Why Are Women Scared to Tell Their Own Stories?” I read the post and thought, “So true, and I’ve been so guilty of not telling my story.” It’s fair if you’re thinking, “Really? You share a lot of your own stories.” But that didn’t happen until I sat down to write my book, Their Roaring Thirties, and the day my husband said, “Start the book with your own personal story.” I replied, “I’m not in my 30s, why would anyone who’s reading a book about 30-something women want to read my story?” He suggested I tell a story about when I was in my [...]

Where is the love?

Where is the love?

The Opposite of Violence No matter where you live in the world, it’s easy to be overwhelmed by headlines in the news today. From bombings in Baghdad to violence between police and civilians in the US, there is so much conflict tearing our communities apart. But there are also people coming together and making our communities stronger. What signs of love and resilience do you see around you? Are you part of a project or movement that is bringing people together? We invite you to share your story. Open until 28 July. Join Today & Share Your StorySee all open calls for stories here.Voice of the WeekWith every click and comment, you support these rising voices.NIGERIA: The Internet Restored My Voice When Doctors Couldn’t By Vweta  “With my pen and the stroke of my [...]

These three women are changing the world. Are you next?

These three women are changing the world. Are you next?

Meet the Featured Voices of Our Future Graduates Join us in celebrating three women who are leading campaigns to bring greater visibility to child marriage, girls empowerment, and menstruation! We are proud to honor Sadaf Kashif of Pakistan, Carolyn Seaman of Nigeria, and Urmila Chanam of India as our featured graduates of the Winter 2016 Voices of Our Future training. Each woman will receive a $1,500 USD prize and full global promotion from World Pulse. We invite you to support these incredible women by learning more about the important work they're doing: Follow Their Campaigns You Can Lead Change, Too! Raise your voice and realize your vision at the Digital Changemaker Academy. World Pulse is excited to announce the Digital Changemaker Academy, a series of online [...]

[Millennia2025 Women Foresight] Le livre “Ensemble pour l’égalité !”, par Marie-Anne Delahaut, Préface par Mme Irina Bokova, Directrice générale de l’UNESCO

  It is a pleasure to present you with the book "Together for Equality!" in subscription until September 6, 2016. It will be launched at Wallonie-Bruxelles International in Brussels on September 7, 2016 with the support of Ms Pascale Delcomminette, WBI General administrator. We will also present it in Paris with Millennia2025 partners. The book is written in French and every chapter includes links to the English pages on the www.Millennia2015.org website. We invite you to order it in subscription, it will help us to finance its promotion: you could also offer it as a gift to interested Millennia2025 Members in Africa… [...]

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