ويكيميديا سويسرا

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Wikimedia CH
Verein zur Förderung Freien WissensAssociation pour l’avancement des connaissances libresAssociazione per la promozione della conoscenza libera

Wikimedia CH

الموقع سويسرا
كود الدولةCH
الحالة القانونيةnon-profit organization
تاريخ التأسيس14 أبريل 2006
اللغات الرسمية
لغات أخرى
الموقع الإلكترونيhttps://www.wikimedia.ch/en/
القائمة البريديةWikimediach-l

ويكيميديا سويسرا – Wikimedia CH هي منظمة سويسرية غير هادفة للربح، رسالتها هي نشر المعرفة الحرة المجانية والترويج لها لتحقيق مجتمع أذكى وأكثر انفتاحًا. تناصر المنظمة مشاريع المحتوى الحر المجاني خاصة مشاريع مؤسسة ويكيميديا في سويسرا.

تأسست المنظمة يوم 14 مايو/أيار 2006 في مطعم محطة قطارات أولتن، وهي تضم مؤلفي ومستخدمي مشاريع ويكيميديا من كافة لغات سويسرا الرسمية (الألمانية والفرنسية الإيطالية والرومانشية) وكذلك اللهجات الأليمانية والإنكليزية.

حصلت المنظمة على الاعتراف في صفة فصل محلي من منظمة ويكيميديا. إلا أنها تظل جهة مستقلة ماليًا وقانونيًا وتفرض قواعدها الخاصة ولديها قادتها. لا تستضيف ويكيميديا سويسرا أي من مشاريع مؤسسة ويكيميديا ولا تتمتع بحقوق تعديل على أي منها.

تركز ويكيميديا سويسرا على اتجاهات أثر استراتيجية خمسة: المعارض والمكتبات والأرشيفات والمتاحف «جلام» والتعليم والمجتمع والتواصل والابتكار. لمناصرة هذه الجهود تعتمد المنظمة على أفراد من منظمات مختلفة لأغراض الاتصال وجمع التبرعات والتقنية والمعرفة الفنية والتنوع والاحتواء والإنصاف.

وصلات شبكية مفيدة

الدعم المقدم للمجتمع

The content on Wikipedia and its sister projects is entirely created thanks to the efforts and engagement of volunteers. It is central for Wikimedia CH to support their work, and it does so by providing a wide range of services.

  • Reimbursements and scholarships: Wikimedia CH pays for travel and accommodation expenses when you participate to events related to Wikimedia projects. Wikimedia CH also awards numerous scholarships every year, even for major events such as WikiCons or Wikimania. Application deadlines and conditions are always communicated in advance. For more information on the guidelines and the specific procedure for application, see WMCH's Scholarships policy. Check out WMCH's General reimbursement policy as well for more details.
  • Microgrants for your project or activities: if you are a volunteer currently active in one of the Swiss languages (German, French, Italian or Rumantsch) and you need financial support for your own project, which has an impact on Wikimedia projects, you can turn to Wikimedia CH for a microgrant (from 1 to 1’000 CHF). A committee composed of staff, members and board members will review your application and decide whether you will be granted the financial contribution. Here’s to the microgrants page on Meta: Wikimedia CH/Micro-Grant .
  • Project grants: if you are planning a bigger project (for example a Wikipedia workshop, an edit-a-thon or an open-source hackathon) that requires a bigger financial support, you can apply for a Wikimedia CH grant (from 1’001 CHF). Your activity needs to improve one or more of the planned activities of Wikimedia CH (connected with its programs Education, GLAM, Community, Outreach and Innovation), and should pursue clear outcomes and impacts. Here you can find more information: Wikimedia CH/Grant .
  • Volunteer certificate: if you need a certificate that confirms your volunteer work, with information about the nature and extent of your commitment in the Wikiverse, you can ask Wikimedia CH to provide such document. Please contact the responsible Community Manager in your region.

البرامج والأنشطة

Wikimedia CH is active in the following areas:


Support and promote the work of volunteers who add content or give visibility to Wikipedia, Wikimedia Commons, Wikidata and other sister projects run by the Wikimedia Foundation.

Wikimedia CH follows 4 basic principles: no influence on content, respect of personal rights, neutral point of view, embracing diversity.

Here you can see what the community is currently up to: Wikimedia CH/Calendar and the WikiProject Switzerland on Wikipedia.

جلام (المعارض الفنية والمكتبات ودور المحفوظات والمتاحف)

Help Swiss memory institutions share their curatorial knowledge, collections and resources in a digital manner, on global platforms, making Swiss cultural heritage more accessible to the world.


Support the development and adoption of effective educational practices in a digital world through activities on media and information literacy (MIL), teaching about web technologies and contributing to Wikimedia projects. The focus is on students and teachers at all levels of education, but also on other interested parties in a lifelong learning perspective.


Provide an experimentation space for creative ideas, tools and models around various focus areas (e.g: climate change, education, GLAM, etc.). WMCH aims to play a role in technological innovation and topics of open source and open software through flexibility, creativity and proactivity.

التواصل والاتصالات

Advocate for issues such as copyright and net neutrality by actively participating in working groups and coalitions to advance digital and open-source themes in society and politics, in line with the political direction and stance of the Wikimedia Foundation and other chapters. WMCH also supports civic action groups with expertise about the Wikiverse.

جمع التبرعات

Collect donations for the aforementioned programmes and general operations of the association, in accordance with its bylaws.


  • The Board of directors is elected once a year by the General Assembly and consists of a President and four to six other members. See the current board.
  • Since 2016, the association has neither a headquarters nor a physical office. Its team members work from home and are based all over Switzerland. See the current staff.

اللوائح والسياسات

The bylaws of the association, as well as all other important documents such as current policies and annual reports are to be found on Wikimedia CH’s website: wikimedia.ch/en/about/basic-information.


In Switzerland, Swiss German is the most widely used language on the workplace (over 60%), followed by standard German (over 30%), French (nearly 30%), English (20%) and Italian (nearly 10%). Over 40% of people over the age of 15 regularly use more than one language.[1]

That said, more than 25% of people living in Switzerland don't speak a national language. Portuguese is the most commonly spoken foreign language in Switzerland, followed by Spanish, Serbian, Croatian and Albanian.[2]

In this context, Wikimedia CH uses four languages: English, German, French and Italian. For everyday work, the staff communicate mainly in English. Official documents are always produced in all four languages. People are free to also reach out in Romansh or in Swiss German, but the answer will be in one of the four mentioned languages.


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