Wikimedia+Education Conference 2019/Programme
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April 5th, Friday
All day informal meetups as people arrive at main venue (Tabakalera)
Friday morning: conferences for University professors and students with presentations or workshops with invited speakers.
During the afternoon, as attendants arrive, formal opening of the conference at the City Hall. Some speeches and practical information, along with a dinner to get each other know.
April 6th, Saturday
April 7th, Sunday
- To serve our users, we will become a platform that serves open knowledge to the world across interfaces and communities. We will build tools for allies and partners to organize and exchange free knowledge beyond Wikimedia. Our infrastructure will enable us and others to collect and use different forms of free, trusted knowledge.
- We will strive to counteract structural inequalities to ensure a just representation of knowledge and people in the Wikimedia movement. We will notably aim to reduce or eliminate the gender gap in our movement. Our decisions about products and programs will be based on a fair distribution of resources. Our structures and governance will rely on the equitable participation of people across our movement. We will extend the Wikimedia presence globally, with a special focus on under-served communities, like indigenous peoples of industrialized nations, and regions of the world, such as Asia, Africa, the Middle East, and Latin America.