The WikiWomen’s User Group was recognized as a Wikimedia user group in July 19, 2015. This report outlines the accomplishments and activities supported by the group between July 1, 2018 and June 30, 2019.
Sharing news, advice, and resources via Telegram Page. We share news about women-centered projects, programs, and events they're organizing, to help others know what's happening.
10 new members joined the User Group in the last year.
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August 2019, "Modeling the reception of pre-XX-century works by women writers", Wikimania, Stockholm
October 2019, "Working on gender gap on Wikimedia projects", CEE Meeting, Belgrade
October 2019, "Cultures of reception associated with trans-Atlantic English language women's writing (1770-1830)", Wikidatacon, Berlin
November 2019, "Wikidata-fying, Women Writers in Review", WikiConference North America, MIT, Boston
February 2020, "Knowledge and participatory gaps on Wikpedia, using the example of women scientists", National Academy of Science workshop, Washington, D.C.
February 2020, "Knowledge gaps & systemic bias at Wikipedia", Misinfocon, National Academy of Science workshop, Washington, D.C.
April 2020, "Wikipedia's Content Gender Gap", Wiki Education Foundation, online
May 2020, "Wikipedia’s gender gaps in the COVID-19 era", OzgurKon, online
July 2020, "Women Writers in Review, integrating special collections into Wikidata", LD4 conference, online