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This month in Movement Strategy:
- A voting for the Universal Code of Conduct implementation concluded with 2300 voters: A vote 7 – 21 March 2022 about the Universal Code of Conduct Enforcement guidelines has concluded with over 2300 votes. Voting statistics are available on this page, where the result will be posted. Read more about the next steps.
- Voting open for Universal Code of Conduct implementation: There is a vote ongoing 7 – 21 March 2022 about the Universal Code of Conduct Enforcement guidelines (over 1,400 voters have voted as of 17 March 2022). See voter information page for more details.
- Learn about the Movement Charter Drafting Committee's latest work: The Committee released its regular monthly update from February 2022 – including its internal decision-making and an update about drafting the Charter's outline.
- Read the summary of the Hubs Global Conversations: See the highlights and results of the Hubs Global Conversations, in which about 80 Wikimedians participated on 12 March 2022.
- Read the findings summary of the Hubs Dialogue: After a series of conversations with Wikimedians who are planning potential future hub, the findings summary is now available. The summary will be discussed at the 12 March Global Conversations.
- Results of the hubs workshop for the Spanish-speaking community: On January 29th, several volunteers and affiliate members met to discuss hubs in the Spanish-speaking communities context, and to document the lessons learned from the Iberocoop group. The resulting report is available in both Spanish and English.
- Innovate in free knowledge – Learn about where we are at in innovation: This new research paper provides a first overview on how innovation is being promoted in the Wikimedia movement; what structures, programs, and resources already exist, and which are still missing.
- Provide feedback on a 'Leadership Development' proposal: What do you think about creating a global, community-driven 'Leadership Development Task Force'?