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Wikimedia 2030 Strategy

What is the 2030 Strategy?

For about two decades, Wikimedians have worked together to build the largest free knowledge resource in human history. During this time, we've grown from a small group of editors to a diverse community of editors, developers, affiliates, readers, advocates, donors, and partners.

Today, we are more than a group of websites and projects. We have become a movement rooted in values and a powerful vision. All of us now have an opportunity to decide where we go from here. We can decide how to make our vision a reality. What will we have achieved in 10 years from now?

Where are we now?

Click on each arrow to know more about the different steps of the Strategy Process!
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Following a broad consultation in 2017, the first phase of the Movement Strategy process produced a Strategic Direction to guide the movement towards the future. Recommendations were drafted in the second phase to help guide us towards our strategic direction and strive for Knowledge Equity and Knowledge as a Service. Close to 100 Wikimedians came together in nine working groups to draft these recommendations. After multiple iterations and consultations with communities, the final ten recommendations and principles were published in May 2020, thus concluding the second phase of the process.

It's now time to create a plan to bring the Movement Strategy recommendations into reality, through the series of Transition events. All Wikimedians are welcome to take part in these online events to put together a plan for implementing the recommendations.

Who is working on Strategy?

Wikimedia 2030 Movement Strategy has been an open and participatory process. While supported by Wikimedia Foundation staff, Strategy has been based on a series of movement-wide consultations and high volunteer participation. In its first phase, over 1,800 statements from about one hundred communities were combined to create the Strategic Direction. In its second phase, more than a hundred volunteers, from various communities and affiliates, created together the recommendations and principles, informed by extensive movement feedback.

In late 2020, a diverse groups of Wikimedians, with on-wiki engagement and guidance, created an outline for the online transition events. The process aims for even more openness and participation across the movement to shape our future, especially from project communities and underrepresented groups. You're invited to take part and join the Transition events.

Happening now

  • Mark your calendar and/or express your interest in attending the Global Conversations about the implementation of Movement Strategy, which will take place on 21/22 November and 5/6 December, 2020.
  • You can sign up to organize or attend Prioritization events (the first part of the Strategy Transition events). Lead or join meetings with your community or affiliate members to define what needs to be prioritized for implementation in 2021!