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  • 分享一系列中樞對話質性研究訪談的發現。
  • 與參與者一起驗證此質性研究訪談的主要發現。
  • 澄清所識別的共同需求是否只能透過中樞結構來實踐。
  • 收集更多意見以起草中樞的初步定義。


This phase of the process is just for piloting and learning for practice, as it will take time to get to a really good formal consensus across the movement about what qualifies as a hub, and the exclusivity of hubs that makes it different from affiliates. There is a need to specify the minimum viable piloting criteria, understand what criteria hubs need to meet to form, and pilot parties to do some actual work around the regional and thematic coordination. Conversations will continue, and will need to be well connected and aligned with the charter conversations, which will tackle the governance questions that exist all around the movement.



Since the start of the year, six proposals with a total value of about $80,000 USD have been approved. There are also seven fully submitted proposals currently being reviewed and awaiting decisions, and twice as many proposals still in the idea stage being supported by MSG facilitators to help transform the ideas into full proposals. A big congratulations to those who are now in the process of implementing their projects. Here’s a full list of projects approved so far:

Movement Strategy Grants reopened in October last year. MSG facilitators have been engaging with various individuals, affiliates and user groups to increase knowledge about Movement Strategy and support the transformation of ideas into full projects and proposals. Through this effort, we are learning a lot about the challenges that many face in developing strong proposals and getting the support needed to not only apply for funds, but also to engage fully in Movement Strategy discussions.

Do you have a movement strategy project idea? Are you unsure how your ideas fit into Movement Strategy and if those ideas are fundable through MS grants? Please feel free to reach out to a facilitator to request support. You can also reach out to us at strategy2030(_AT_)wikimedia.org, if you have any questions related to Movement Strategy Implementation Grants or ideas you want support for.


In October 2021, about 1,000 Wikimedians participated in an election and selection process to form the Movement Charter Drafting Committee (MCDC). The Committee consists of fifteen members, and aims to create a document that will define the future governance of the Wikimedia movement. After months of hard work, the Committee has agreed on the essential values and methods for its work, and has started to create the outline of the Movement Charter draft.

During its first five months together, the Drafting Committee invested significant amounts of time in establishing its work systems. For example, the Committee created documents to define its Principles and how it makes internal decisions, put together a communications plan, and updated the timeline of the drafting process. The Committee also replaced one of its members due to health reasons, agreed on a way to work with the Board of Trustees and refurbished its information page on Meta-wiki.

Currently, the Drafting Committee is discussing the first version of the draft Movement Charter's outline. To hear about the outline, once it is published, and more about the Committee's work, we invite you to follow the MCDC Updates (regularly published on the 10th of each month).

介紹運動策略週報 - 邀請您訂閱並一同貢獻!

If you ever found it difficult to find your way between the many different Movement Strategy pages, or struggled to know what is going on and where you can participate, we invite you to subscribe to the newly-launched Movement Strategy Weekly! On this simply-accessible portal on Meta-wiki, you will find up-to-date news about the various ongoing projects, upcoming events and participation opportunities in Movement Strategy.

The portal is connected to the various Movement Strategy pages on Meta-wiki (for example, the Hubs page), which are automatically updated through the portal, without duplicating translations or content. If you have a project you are working on, you are also welcome to submit it. The Movement Strategy and Governance Team welcomes submissions for updates from everyone. Please don't forget to subscribe to the updates and watch the Meta page!