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Episode #8 - Movement Strategy
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Our unique and complex movement can sometimes be hard to navigate, particularly for newcomers. In this special episode we answer questions from volunteers who recently joined the Wikimedia Movement and would like to better understand our strategy 2030. We talk about the genesis of the strategy, the future we envision for our movement and we also touch upon key issues related to knowledge equity and global governance.


Our guests are...

  • Sharon Naa Deedei Tagoe, Volunteer at the Open Foundation West Africa

Sharon studies at the Ghanaian University and joined the Movement in 2022.

  • Likambo Isaac Kangu, diaspora coordinator for the UG South Sudan in the Refugee settlements in Uganda

Likambo Isaac Kangu is a South Sudanese refugee living in Uganda. He joined the Movement in August 2022.

  • Ruby damenshie-brown, Senior Program Officer at the Open Foundation West Africa

Ruby joined the movement in 2019, she volunteered in different roles and contributed as a Fellow to the global campaign for WikiforHuman rights 2022 of the WMF.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bxVgP-xHH1Y&feature=youtu.behttps://shows.acast.com/wikimove/episodes/movement-strategyhttps://www.wikimedia.de/wikimove-site/WIKIMOVE/Podcast/Transcript_Episode_8


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Episode #7 - Growing Communities


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In this episode we talk with Anass Sedrati and Pepe Flores, two distinguished Wikimedia activists from emerging communities. They share about the enthusiasm and the struggles that can be found everywhere on the globe where Wikimedians are growing their communities. We talk about how the movement can best support these communities, and how we can build a governance model that gives them a voice. Anass and Pepe also give us an insight into their work with the Movement Charter Drafting Committee.


Our guests are...

  • Anass Sedrati, Co-founder and board member of Wikimedia Morocco User Group, founding member of Wikimedians of Tamazight User Group, and Arabic Wikimedians User Group. Member of the Movement Charter Drafting Committee.
  • Pepe Flores, President of Wikimedia Mexico and member of the Movement Charter Draffting Committee


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gBHLvLpYqj8https://shows.acast.com/wikimove/episodes/growing-communitieshttps://www.wikimedia.de/wikimove-site/


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Episode #6 - Hubs


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Regional and thematic hubs continue to be the hot topic among many Wikimedians pursuant to the strategy recommendations. Many affiliates and volunteers have done hub-like work for a long time, and hubs now seem to provide a vehicle to formalize and financially sustain that work. The idea of having structures that help people share resources, do fundraising together, and make decisions at the regional level reverberates with many. Today we have Johnny Allegre and Natalia Szafran-Kozakowska to give us updates on hub activities in Asia and Eastern Europe.


Our guests are...

  • Johnny Alegre, President of Philippine WIkimedia Community UG and member of the ESEAP Hub
  • Natalia Szafran-Kozakowska, Community Support Team Manager at Wikimedia Poland and member of the CEE Hub Interim Steering Committee


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qI73fLCU-9c&feature=youtu.behttps://shows.acast.com/wikimove/episodes/hubshttps://www.wikimedia.de/wikimove-site/


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Episode #5 - Peer support


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In this episode we talk about new projects to connect the people of our movement for mutual aid. Our movement is constantly growing and diversifying, all across the globe. New people are joining and new communities are forming every day. As volunteers and as staff of affiliates, they are having to acquire new skills, figure out how to organize, form organizations, do outreach and advocacy, and work with institutions and governments. For every skill or piece of knowledge that a Wikimedian is looking for, there is probably another Wikimedian who has figured it out or has the answer. But how do they find each other?


Our guests are...

  • Rebecca O'Neill, Project Coordinator of Wikimedia Community Ireland since 2017
  • Jessica Stephenson, Evaluation Program Officer with the Community Resources at the Wikimedia Foundation since April 2021


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6tSCKACFSE4https://shows.acast.com/wikimove/episodes/peer-supporthttps://www.wikimedia.de/wikimove-site/


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Episode #4 - Content and knowledge gaps


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In this episode we talk with three Wikimedians who are trailblazers for including marginalized voices into the Wikimedia projects. Lucy Crompton-Reid, Daniel Bögre Udell and Kiril Simeonowski are active in different but complementary projects that implement Recommendation 8, Topics for Impact. You can find out about new formats for creating oral citations, a toolkit in the works for surfacing marginalized knowledge and first ideas on helping to create Wikipedias with marginalized language communities. Join us for this and to find out about Wikidata’s 10th Birthday!


Our guests are...

  • Kiril Simeonovski, Kiril is president of Shared Knowledge and a leading Wikimedian from the region of Central and Eastern Europe and has been actively contributing to the Wikimedia projects since 2008.
  • Daniel Bögre Udell, Daniel is a co-founder and the Executive Director of Wikitongues, which supports language revitalization projects on every continent.
  • Lucy Crompton-Reid, Lucy joined Wikimedia UK as Chief Executive in October 2015. She is on the British Library Advisory Council and sits on the board of The Audience Agency and Visible Theatre.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5PLP9HhdIKwhttps://shows.acast.com/wikimove/episodes/content-and-knowledge-gapshttps://www.wikimedia.de/wikimove-site/


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Episode #3 - UNLOCKing innovation


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We are looking back at years of complaints about how Wikimedia technology is outdated and exclusive. Non-encyclopedic forms of knowledge are still impossible or hard to insert into our existing formats. The last big innovation from our movement is Wikidata, which is now almost ten years old. Movement Strategy calls on us to innovate our technical and social systems so that new and marginalized communities can join and share their knowledge. We talk about the UNLOCK accelerator program, how it is being implemented in collaboration with WMS and WMDE this year, and explore how the movement can become more of an innovation ecosystem.


Our guests are...

  • Kannika Thaimai, Program lead of the UNLOCK accelerator at Wikimedia Deutschland

Before joining Wikimedia Deutschland in 2019, Kannika worked in a social startup and supported other social startups through their various development phases.

  • Ivana Madžarević, Program and Community Support Manager at Wikimedia Serbia

Together with Kannika, Ivana runs the accelerator program for innovation in our movement. Before joining Wikimedia Serbia 8 years ago, Ivana worked many years in the NGO sector.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OTlskaMYR-Mhttps://shows.acast.com/wikimove/episodes/unlocking-innovationhttps://www.wikimedia.de/wikimove-site/


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Episode #2 - 'Communitizing' strategy'
Insights from Wiki Movimento Brasil


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Wiki Movimento Brasil surveyed the Portuguese speaking communities about some of the big juicy concepts in the MS20230 recommendations - equity in decision making, leadership development and diversity. By doing that, they reached many community members not previously engaged. In this pod they talk about the insights, opportunities and challenges that emerged. These Wikimedians are showing the way of how we can make the strategy come to life at community level, and jointly figure out what our next steps are locally and regionally. We also talk about money, building communities and the Movement Charter Drafting Committee….


Our guests are…

  • Érica Azzellini, Wiki Movimento Brasil's Community Manager

Érica is in charge of community support, partnerships and strategy development at Wiki Movimento Brasil. She is also a member of the movement charter drafting committee.

  • Lucas Piantá, Wiki Movimento Brasil’s Strategy Working Group

Lucas works as researcher on the movement strategy implementation in the lusophone community. He serves on a number of committees including the Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Committee.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A4Jl1-BPyGwhttps://shows.acast.com/wikimove/episodes/communitizing-strategyhttps://www.wikimedia.de/wikimove-site/


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Episode #1 - Knowledge as a service

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We introduce the concept of the pod and then chat about the latest news in our movement. Then, as the main topic of this episode we discuss one of the two pillars of movement strategy: Knowledge as a Service. During our guest interview we learn more about the origin story of the strategic direction and discuss its relevance for the future of our movement and for the way we provide our services.

Our guests are…

  • Tochi Precious, Founder of the Igbo Wikimedia User Group

Toichi has been working on developing the creativity of young African editors and increasing the number of African language Wikipedias.

  • Guillaume Paumier, Principal Program Manager, Advancement, Wikimedia Foundation

Guillaume was instrumental in the earlier stage of movement strategy development and helped write the strategic direction.


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