Movement Strategy/Initiatives/Bridging Content Gaps
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Bridging content gaps in high-impact topics
The purpose of Identifying Topics for Impact is to work on bridging gaps in high-impact topics. This can be done by prioritizing resources and providing incentives for filling these gaps. For example, if climate change content is identified as a high-impact topic, specific funding and partnerships may be dedicated to bridging this gap across the different Wikimedia Projects. While respecting the full freedom of Wikimedians to contribute according to their interests, the initiative encourages improving collectively-identified priority topics that impact our world and improve people’s lives.
- Map topic areas in close collaboration with projects, partners and local communities to benefit from their expertise and ensure their autonomy and independence.
- Implement initiatives and prioritize resources to fill content gaps on topics which may have more impact, while respecting our long-standing principles of welcoming everyone who wishes to contribute to any topic within each project’s guidelines. This might involve community initiatives, outreach, stipends, grants and other funding, partnerships, and employing methodologies supported by technology, such as artificial intelligence and machine learning.
Apply for a Movement Strategy implementation grant to create a project that advances this initiative.
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|Initiative||Project||Stakeholder type||Project lead||Geography of the project||Implementation Phase|
|39. Bridge gaps in high-impact content||Overall Initiative Coordination|
|39. Bridge gaps in high-impact content||Wiki-Naval Ayiti||User Group||Wikimedia User Group Haiti|
|39. Bridge gaps in high-impact content||Whose Knowledge?||User Group||Whose Knowledge?||Execution & Implementation|
|39. Bridge gaps in high-impact content||Wiki World Heritage User Group||Wiki World Heritage||Global||Completion & Reporting|
|39. Bridge gaps in high-impact content||Harmful Content Portfolio||WMF||Content Compliance||Global||Execution & Implementation|
Related documents and discussions
Some of the past discussions, texts and old versions of Movement Strategy recommendations that can provide further context to this initiative:
- Diresity recommendation 6: Establishing partnerships in order to represent and protect worlds’ cultural diversity
- Partnerships recommendation #5: Focus on knowledge equity when determining priorities for Partnerships
- Toolforge: Highest priority articles in Portuguese (Artigos com maior prioridade, 2020)