Гендерный разрыв

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Mind the gap blanc.pngGender Gap

A hub for resources and information about Wikimedia's gender gap.

Two kinds of gender gap exist within, and do harm to, the Wikimedia world: (a) a content gender gap (meaning that more men than women are covered in the mainspace content of our wikis), and (b) a participation gender gap, meaning that more men participate in the peer production communities of Wikimedia.

Таким образом, даже при том, что одна из целей этой страницы — исследование возможных решений для преодоления этого разрыва, здесь мы стремимся, прежде всего, дать адекватную количественную оценку проблемы, в частности, представляя исследования темы и собирая доказательства о том, почему женщины с трудом или никогда не присоединяются к Википедии.

The gender gap mailing list is a place to talk about this with other people who are interested and can help. Started on January 31st, 2011, it has a mix of longtime Wikimedians and people from other fields who arrived through their interest in the subject, so it's helpful to introduce yourself in your first post.

In 2020, a Telegram channel is opened to host discussions. You can join it.

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