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Program of the second set of events (December 5/6)

Here is a short version of the program for the second set of events on December 5+ 6. Timings are tentative and approximate.

Timing (approx.) Program details
00:00-00:30 Welcome remarks & scene-setting; group photo; Where are we now? Overview of data by Kaarel Vaidla and Abbad Diraneyya
00:30-00:40 10 min break
00:40-01:25

Ideas for Implementation - Round 1. Discussion in at least 6 breakout rooms (further tbc):

  • A) 23. Interim Global Council/22. Movement Charter/24. Global Council (Governane Cluster)
  • B) 9/11 - UX cluster
  • C) 31 + 32 + 33 - Skill development cluster
  • D) 25. Regional & thematic hubs
  • E) 2. Funding for Underrepresented communities
  • F) 3. Increase awareness about the movement

Guiding question: What are the next steps to be taken?

01:25-02:10 Ideas for Implementation - Round 2. Discussion in breakout rooms (same breakout rooms as in Round 1)
02:10-02:30 Sharing Back (First 5 groups)
02:30-02:40 10 min break
02:40-03:00 Sharing Back (Last 5 groups
03:00-03:15 Social Break (conversation in breakout rooms)
03:15-03:45 Lightning Talks (5 talks, 5 min per talk)
03:45-04:00 Wrap up + next steps (END)
1 hour after event Mingling in virtual corridors: time for participants to mingle and get to know others

Program of the first set of events (November 21/22)

Here is a short version of the program for the first set of events on November 21 + 22. Timings are tentative and approximate.

Timing (approx.) Program details
00:00-00:30 Welcome remarks & scene-setting: remarks from the Wikimedia Foundation (Saturday: María Sefidari & Ryan Merkley; Sunday: María Sefidari & Katherine Maher) to set the tone for the Global Events, update on the prioritization of recommendations, and instructions on how to interact on Zoom.
00:30-00:40 “10分钟休息”
00:40-02:00 Cross-pollinating community conversations: 3 rounds of small group discussions between participants across regions. Participants will discuss the question: “Which 5 (at least) initiatives are important to coordinate globally?” Participants will “travel” to each round with a partner, meaning that participants will remain in their pair for the entire 3 rounds while they meet 2 new participants in each round.
02:00-02:10 “10分钟休息”
02:10-02:15 Keynotes: short remarks by Sandister Tei (Wikimedian of the Year 2020)
02:15-02:30 Deliberation: each pair will fill out a prioritization form to capture what the 5 initiatives they think need to be prioritized through global coordination.
02:30-02:45 Social events: time for participants to mingle and get to know other participants
02:45-02:55 “10分钟休息”
02:55-03:05 Tour of heatmap: showcase a visual heatmap that accumulates the prioritization of initiatives from the deliberation.
03:05-03:40 Open discussion: discuss the heatmap, provide feedback, and explore what might be missing.
03:40-03:50 Wrap up + next steps (END)
1 hour after event Mingling in virtual corridors: time for participants to mingle and get to know others