コミュニティ開発

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Community Development

ウィキメディアの使命の成功は、時間をかけて繁栄し成長することができる多様なコミュニティ力強い運動の上に築かれています。ウィキメディア財団のコミュニティ開発チームは、ボランティアが自由な知識運動における貢献とローカルコミュニティを成長させるために必要な力と技能を身につけることを支援しています。弾力的で成長するコミュニティのためにあります。

このチームは、ボランティアが長期にわたってウィキメディア運動へ働きかけ進化させるための、アクセス可能で包括的なプログラムとリソースを開発します。アクセス可能で包括的な能力開発プログラムやリソースを通じて、運動の回復力を高め、構築することを目指します。ボランティアに役立ち、ローカルコミュニティやより広い運動における指導的地位に備えるため、ボランティアが技能を高めるプログラムと資源を開発します。

このチームは、法務部の中の、 コミュニティ回復力&持続可能性(CR&S)に属しています。当チームの目標は、全人類の知識の総和を目指す旅において運動を支援し、回復力と持続可能性の両方を達成することにあります。プログラムを直接運営するとともに、必要に応じて財団の他の部門を支援します。

よくある質問 (FAQ)

Q:ボランティアがどんな能力を身につけるために、支援してくれるのか?

A: Our team focuses on building non-technical capacities that will help volunteers/communities grow and thrive in the free knowledge movement. Our past programming has focused the following capacities: program design, training and facilitation, volunteer retention, building partnerships and understanding and addressing harassment.

Our team is currently evaluating leadership development programming which will support volunteers who are interested in growing capacities that will support impactful leadership in the free knowledge movement.

Q: How do you decide what your team priorities for the year?

A: Our work is directly informed by the 2030 Movement Strategy recommendations. The Community Development team recognizes the importance of “investing in skill and leadership development” as a critical need to ensure that the Wikimedia movement will become the "essential infrastructure of the ecosystem of free knowledge".

Q: Will the Community Development team provide grants for capacity building projects?

A: At this time, our team does not provide grants for capacity building projects. We encourage you to visit the Community Resources page to learn more about the granting opportunities provided by the Wikimedia Foundation.

Q: How do I get involved in one of the programs you’re creating?

A: We announce all program launches on a variety of community mailing lists including Wikimedia-l and our meta page. If you would like to recommend a mailing list/social media to us, please email comdevteam@wikimedia.org.

Q: How can our Affiliate/User group work with the Community Development team?

A: We are always happy to connect with groups in the Wikimedia movement. If your group would like to discuss a project your team is working on, please reach out to comdevteam@wikimedia.org. Please note, we may only be able to provide advisory support/recommendations at this time.

Q: How do you support events like Wikimania or regional events?

A: We support events in a variety of ways. Traditionally, our team has led the Learning Days program at Wikimania and other regional events. During Wikimania 2021, our team developed the Speaker Training Series prior to the event and developed the Wikimania 2021 Speaker Guidebook.

Q: Do you have online programming?

A: Developing online programming is a core priority for our team. In early 2021, our team launched the WikiLearn Pilot, a 8-week pilot project that delivered two courses focused on partnership building and addressing harassment in the movement. The goal of the project was to understand how to design and deliver online programming permanently.

We are happy to announce that our team is currently working on an online learning platform that will support year round learning to the movement. We will be announcing the launch of the platform and courses in the near future. Please continue to check our meta page for updates.

Q: I would like to set up a meeting with the team to discuss a project in my community, how can I do that?

A: We are always happy to connect with volunteers in the movement, please reach out to comdevteam@wikimedia.org. to set up a time to connect. While we strive to respond to emails as soon as possible, there may be a short delay in receiving a response. If you do not receive an email response in 72 hours, please contact Cassie Casares at ccasares@wikimedia.org.

どんな人たち?

シモーナ・ランキッソン (Talk) - Senior Manager of Community Development Simona leads the Foundations' Community Development team. Her main priorities focus on team management and ensuring the team has the resources and capacities to help volunteers grow critical skills across the movement.
アザフ・バルトフ (Talk) - Senior Program Officer, Emerging Wikimedia Communities Asaf leads the building of Wikimedia online learning tools for Community Development, develops curricula and leads the Wikimedia Clinics at the foundation. His long standing work as a movement volunteer first and then a staff member has impacted the work of movement volunteers for more than 10 years.
ビバリー・ジァン (Talk) - Learning & Development Strategist Beverly leads the team’s learning and leadership project portfolios. She partners with movement groups to understand, co-create, and support their learning needs and her work often involves research, learning design and facilitation.
レベッカ・マウン (Talk) - Senior Evaluation Strategist Rebecca leads evaluation for Community Development programs as well as impact evaluation for Thriving Movement initiatives. Trained as a mixed-methods sociologist, she has worked to inform the Foundation's support of the Wikimedia movement with quality data since 2019.
キャシー・キャサリース (Talk) - プログラム共同支援 者 Program Support Associate Cassie の職掌はチームが円滑に働きプロジェクト運営のあらゆる過程とプログラムに手を貸して管理業務を支援することです。アウトリーチ活動も率いており、プロジェクトをリードするオーバーサイトと連携してディフ、メタ、さまざまなウィキ空間などで意思疎通を図ります。(※=Diff, Meta, wiki spaces etc。)