Zaɓen Gidauniyar Wikimedia/2021/2021-07-02/2021 Tabbatattun Ƴan'takara
2021 Zaɓen Kwamitin Amintattu za'a fara a 4 Augusta 2021. Ƴantakara daga al'umma ne aka nema su bayar da buƙatar su na takara. Bayan makonni-uku na kira da aka yi na ƴantakarkaru, akwai akwai ƴantakara 20 a zaɓen na 2021.
Kwamitin Amintattu na Wikimedia suke lura da ayyukan da Gidauniyar Wikimedia take yi. Kwamitin na son inganta ƙwarewarsu da banbance banbancensu amatsayin ƙungiya. Sun raba ɓangarorin ƙwarewa waɗanda suke saran samun su daga sabbin amintattun.
The Wikimedia movement has the opportunity to vote for the selection of community-and-affiliate trustees. The Board is expected to afterwards select the four most-voted candidates to serve as trustees, starting in September, for a term of three years.
How can you get involved?
Learn more about the candidates
Candidates from across the movement have submitted their candidatures. Learn about each candidate to inform your vote. The community submitted questions for the candidates to answer during the campaign. Candidates will answer the list of community questions collated by the Elections Committee on Meta. In the coming weeks, candidates will have the opportunity to submit videos of themselves speaking about their candidacies.
Participate in campaign activities
The team of facilitators supporting this Board election has planned some activities for the campaign period. These activities can be found on the Board election page on Meta.
Community members are encouraged to organize activities in their own communities. We do ask that any activities intended to involve candidates remain respectful of their time, since candidacy can be very time-consuming. Please list activities you organize on the Board election page on Meta so that more people can find them. Facilitators and Election Volunteers are available if you need support.
Voting for the 2021 Board of Trustees election opens on 4 August 2021 and closes on 17 August 2021. The Elections Committee chose Single Transferable Vote for the voting system. Learn more about voting requirements, the process, and frequently asked questions about voting.
Single Transferable Vote
This voting system allows voters to rank candidates in order of preference. This helps voters share their preferences more clearly than simple support or oppose votes. If your top-choice candidate already has enough votes to be selected or will not win, your vote will be moved to your second-choice candidate. And so on. The facilitation team came up with a fun example. More information will be coming mid-July.
Please spread the word so that more people can support finding the best candidates to help guide the Wikimedia Foundation and support the needs of the movement over the next few years.
The Elections Committee