|Another 5 Years: What Have We Learned about the Wikipedia Gender Gap and What Has Been Done?
—Ting-Yi Chang (September 18, 2016)
Probably the most cited statement for Wikipedia gender gap studies, the editor survey conducted by Wikimedia Foundation in April 2011 revealed the alarming imbalance within the online encyclopedia community(s). In the same survey, the percentage of female Wikipedians in India is reported as only 3%. When we have repeatedly emphasized on the development and changes the internet can bring to our societies, how do we ensure that behind our computer screen it is not just another mirror reflecting what has been silenced and forgotten?
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Dr. Tejaswini Niranjana, our Programme Advisor, and Abhinav Garule, Programme Associate for Marathi have left the team recently to continue with their other personal/professional commitments. We thank both of them for their association and support both to the team and to the community. We wish them success in their forthcoming endeavors, and hope that they will keep contributing to the Wikimedia movement in their volunteer capacity.
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