Community events June - September 2019
- March-April monthly report from community conversations
- May monthly report from community conversations
- June monthly report from community conversations
- July & early August monthly report from community conversations
There are 4 ways that you can get involved
Host a Strategy Salon
Strategy Salons are an opportunity for recognized Wikimedia affiliates to host in-person gatherings to discuss movement strategy. The goal of these events is to allow affiliate leaders to bring together a broad mix of affiliate members who live within their local area to have deeper conversations about one or two strategy themes that are of interest to them. Our hope is that these events not only allow for meaningful and creative discussions about our future, but to also offer affiliates opportunities to strengthen relationships and deepen engagement with their members.
We have strong interest and a high number of approved applicants - 44 total grants, 12 of which are for youth-specific events. Read more from Strategy Salons.
Join existing discussions
Within your group or language community. Community Strategy Liaisons have been hired to lead conversations on-wiki and in social media channels for our language communities in Mandarin, Hindi, Arabic, German, Portuguese, French, and Spanish. Meanwhile, volunteer Organizational Strategy Liaisons are leading conversations within organized groups on movement strategy.
Conversations take place in a number of languages, and you can find out more on the preferred channels of your organized group or language community.
Start discussions on your own
if you don’t see one on the topic or channel where you are most engaged.
Complete our survey
which allows you to share your feedback with us directly. Click on this link to get prompted to the survey.
Timeline and FAQ
In a dedicated section of the FAQ page, there are answers to questions related to Community Conversations, and explanation how to read the timeline above.
Working Group membership
We are looking for a maximum of 15 members for each of the 9 Working Groups. Read more at /Working Groups/Apply.