WORLD PULSE – VOICES OF OUR FUTURE 2010

World Pulse Website: http://www.worldpulse.com/about/worldpulse
Voices of our Future – World Pulse – http://www.worldpulse.com/pulsewire/groups/21780
Rachael Maddock-Hughes – rachael@worldpulse.com
 

This September, World Pulse will be launching the second year of Voices of Our Future, our online training program in web 2.0, citizen journalism, and empowerment for emerging grassroots women leaders.

Last year, 30 women from 21 countries broadcasted social change news from the frontlines of some of the most forgotten regions in the world.

Embark on an exciting journey on the frontiers of new media and global women’s empowerment. World Pulse, which covers global issues through the eyes of women, is excited to announce a call for applicants for Voices of Our Future 2010, an online training program in web 2.0, citizen journalism, and empowerment for emerging grassroots women leaders from around the globe. Through this program, women will receive mentoring, knowledge, and skills to amplify their voices and bring attention to the issues important to them. 

Applicants must join the Voices of Our Future Applicants Group on PulseWire before September 14th! To participate, or for more information please visit the VOF Applicant Group page.

Rachael Maddock-Hughes
Program Manager
World Pulse
rachael@worldpulse.com

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2 thoughts on “WORLD PULSE – VOICES OF OUR FUTURE 2010

  1. Asia Pacific fellowships for journalists.

    The Melbourne-based Asia Pacific Journalism Centre is offering a new Asia Pacific Dialogue Fellowships program for journalists in the region. Inspired by the highly regarded US Jefferson Fellowships, the fellowships provide an opportunity for five Australian journalists to take part in a three-week dialogue and study tour program with five journalists from other countries in the region. The program is supported by grants from Dame Elisabeth Murdoch and the Myer Foundation.

    The inaugural program, to be held in November, has the theme ‘Challenges to stability and development in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore’ and will be led by documentary film maker, lecturer and former Jakarta correspondent for SBS Television, Dr Nigel McCarthy. Applications close on September 15. Further details on the APJC website. http://www.apjc.org.au/

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