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Bringing Women a Global Voice: Jensine Larsen, World Pulse

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I just had to take that chance." - Jensine Larsen Jensine Larsen is the Founder and CEO of World Pulse , a global media and communication network devoted to bringing women a global voice. Jensine Larsen: World Pulse is a global media enterprise fully devoted to bringing women a global voice. I'm wondering what you see as the connection between someone who has been involved with individual healing of people, and then this global, different kind of healing.

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The Global Fund for Women: An Interview with Kavita Ramdas

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Kavita Ramdas, President and CEO, Global Fund for Women. Kavita Ramdas is the President and CEO of the nonprofit, the Global Fund for Women. I think it's worth it (: Kavita Ramdas: The Global Fund for Women is the largest independent, publicly supported grant-making foundation to advance women's human rights internationally. I think my favorite example of that is a women's group from the highlands of Bolivia who wrote to us maybe seven or eight years ago.

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Women's Global Green Action Network: An Interview with Melinda Kramer

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She is the co-founder and co-director of Women's Global Green Action Network , a nonprofit that cultivates global partnerships of grassroots women environmental leaders by providing access to communication tools, support services and networking capabilities. Melinda Kramer: Women's Global Green Action Network is an international organization that is linking and empowering women working in environmental sustainability around the world.

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Using Photography to Change the World: An Interview with Paola Gianturco

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She is donating 100 percent of the royalties from the book to the Global Fund for Women. Britt Bravo: In so many of the groups you profiled, the women were using the arts for education, empowerment, or healing. BB: Can you talk a little bit about the relationship between the Global Fund for Women and this book? By 2005, I had my eye on a little handful of organizations that I knew were grantees of the Global Fund for Women.