Wikimedia Europe

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Wikimedia Europe
Wikimedia Europe logo
Wikimedia Europe members
Members of Wikimedia Europe
LocationBrussels, Belgium & remote
Affiliate codeWMEU
Country codeEU
Legal statusAssociation internationale sans but lucratif (AISBL)
Founding date2022
Main officeBrussels
Membership26 (members' list)
Staff9
Official language(s)English
Other language(s)French, Dutch
PresidentClaudia Garád
SecretaryMaciej Artur Nadzikiewicz
TreasurerCapucine-Marin Dubroca-Voisin
Board members
Key people
  • Dimitar Dimitrov
  • Anna Mazgal
Incorporation paperStatutes
Budget542 000 EUR (2024)
ReportsReports
Affiliations
Mailing listupdates(_AT_)wikimedia-europe(_DOT_)eu
RemarksBoard resolutions

Members of Wikimedia Europe[edit]

On 20 July 2022 at the meeting of incorporated Wikimedia affiliates, representatives of 21 affiliates confirmed their organisations' commitment to found Wikimedia Europe. As of 1 January 2024, there are 26 members of Wikimedia Europe:

Chapters[edit]

Thematic Organizations[edit]

User Groups[edit]

Board and Staff[edit]

Board[edit]

Wikimedia Europe Board
Photo Name Wikimedia username Seat Term Role Affiliation
Claudia Garád
Elected
2022–2025[1]
President
Wikimedia Austria
Maciej Artur Nadzikiewicz
Elected
Secretary
Wikimedia Poland
Capucine-Marin
Dubroca-Voisin
Elected
Treasurer
Wikimedia France
Rebecca MacKinnon
Appointed
(22 Aug 2022)
N/A
Gonçalo Themudo
Elected
Wikimedia Portugal

Staff[edit]


General Assembly[edit]

Information and documentation[edit]

Information for newcomers[edit]

We created a presentation to brief potential future members on Wikimedia Europe.

Presentation for future members

If you wish to join Wikimedia Europe or receive updates, please reach out to Anna Mazgal (anna.mazgal(_AT_)wikimedia-europe(_DOT_)eu)

Founding documents[edit]

  • Statutes – our founding document is available here
  • Trademark – our agreement with WMF is available here.

Reports and plans[edit]

Stay updated![edit]

You can join the following mailing lists to get updates from us:

Updates (updates(_AT_)wikimedia-europe(_DOT_)eu) – this is a list of all news related to Wikimedia Europe, our meetings, organisational matters and Board activity. The people receiving those emails are both official representatives of their organisations to WMEU and other people from those organisations and groups who wish to be informed about Wikimedia Europe's internal affairs. If you or anybody else from your organisation would like to be there – let us know and we will make that happen[2][3].

Public policy list (publicpolicy(_AT_)lists(_DOT_)wikimedia(_DOT_)org) – this is a public list to share policy updates, look for experiences and perspectives in general policy and advocacy questions – both by us in Brussels and our subscribers. The subscribers are policy and advocacy experts, enthusiasts and followers from Wikimedia and other organisations, including EU institutions, media and entities we sometimes get on opposite positions in policy debates with. It has a moderate amount of traffic and serves to share a much-praised monthly digest on Brussels policy prepared by Dimi[4][5][6].

See also[edit]

All documentation can be found here:

Notes[edit]

  1. The 2-year Board term runs from the official incorporation of the organisation in January 2023
  2. Confidentiality level: unless the author of a message specifies differently (for example for data protection purposes), you are free to forward these messages to your colleagues, board and members of your organisation.
  3. People not added to the group can't post to its members.
  4. Confidentiality level: the list has a searchable public archive, so it is not suitable for passing on confidential information. You are free to forward these messages to anyone, within and outside your organisation.
  5. People not added to the list can't post to its members.
  6. Anybody can sign up, upon admin approval.