Grants:Let's Connect Profile/Anthony Diaz

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Anthony Diaz
Anthony Diaz
Best way to connect: Via email
Participating as: For my whole organisation or group
Philippines • East, Southeast Asia, and Pacific (ESEAP) region
Preferred times: Friday (8 - 12 UTC)
Can dedicate: Between one (1) hour and three (3) hours per Month
Languages: English
Main Wikimedia projects: Wikipedia → encyclopedia, Wiktionary → Dictionary and thesaurus, Wikimedia Commons → media repository, Wikiquote → collection of quotations, Incubator → language versions in development, MetaWiki: central site for coordinating all projects and the Wikimedia community, Wikimedia Incubator: for language editors in development. Content units created or improved
Areas of interests: Advocacy, Diversity
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Skills this profile would like to learn
Preferred way of learning: Have a 1:1 online coffee/tea with someone, By being mentored by an organization with more experience

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Skills this profile would like to share
Preferred way of sharing: Sharing resources via email and/or resource sharing platforms, Organise face-to-face workshops

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More to learn[edit]

Further details about what I would like to learn.

Gadgets, user scripts, Abuse Filter/Research skills (general research skills but also research related to Wikimedia projects)/Identifying & approaching prospective partners

These are the areas I think I still would need to further improve. Being able to learn this thing would not only help me but also the community I serve.

Stories about sharing[edit]

Interesting stories about applying the skills I want to share.

Skills that enable individuals and communities to cultivate more inclusive and safe environments online and offline (empathy, communication, handling harassment, non-violent communication, and conflict transformation on Wiki and offline (with teams/within communities)/Methods and tools for qualitative evaluation (focus groups, interviews, surveys, story-telling, case studies, mapping participants’ journeys, participatory evaluation methods, etc) I have come from an unhealthy community and while I was slowly transitioning into a new environment, I assured that everyone who would choose to belong on our community will be protected, well-represented, and will be aware of their rights as members. While I usually track the progress of my campaigns using wiki tools, I have come to know that not all results are measurable by these applications. Some interesting insights would come directly from the participant's experience, from their struggles and take-aways. With this, every time I am on the reporting stage of my projects, not only I was able to quantitatively measure the impact of the campaign, but I was also able to create a great story to tell to the community, to inspire the aspiring editors.

My Resources[edit]