Lionel Scheepmans (Lionel Scheepmans)
|Introductory statement / Application summary.
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|Bó tilẹ̀ jẹ́ pé mo jẹ́ olùdíje mo tako àwọn ìlànà ọ̀làjú tó f'àwọn díẹ̀ lágbára dípò tí tẹ̀lé ìpinnu àpéjọ pẹ̀lú àjọsepọ̀ àti ìfìfẹ́hàn àwọn ènìyàn àwùjọ wa. Gẹ́gẹ́ bí àwọn onígbọ̀wọ́ nínú àwọn iṣẹ́-àkànṣe Wikimedia, mo gbàgbọ́ pe àjọ onígbọ̀wọ́ ọ̀hún lè sàmúsẹ pẹ̀lú fìdí ìpinnu àwùjọ múlẹ̀.
Bẹ̀rẹ̀ láti ìwádìí mi lórí Àjọṣepọ̀ Wikimedia Mo tún jiyàn pé ọ̀pọ̀ owó jẹ́ wàhálà sí èrò wa lórí pínpín ìmọ̀. O mú àlékún bá òǹkà àwọn òṣìṣẹ́ láìbìkítà àwọn olóòtù, nígbà táwọn tó fún àjọ lówó ò bá le fi àsìkò wọn fún àwọn iṣẹ́-àkànṣe.
Bó se jẹ́ pé ó lè l'ẹgbẹ̀ta òṣìṣẹ́ láti ọna jíjìn, ó ṣòro láti mójú tó àjọ náà. Dípò àlékún Ìgbìmọ̀ àwọn Onígbọ̀wọ́, yóò dára kí wọ́n dín òṣìṣẹ́ kù àti ìkówójọ lèyí tí àwọn oníròyìn kò sọ ní dáradára.
|Contributions to the Wikimedia projects, memberships in Wikimedia organizations or affiliates, activities as a Wikimedia movement organizer, or participation with a Wikimedia movement ally organization.
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|First edit in 2008, admin on Wikiversity since 2015. Founding member of Wikimedia Belgium and board between 20. Studying the movement since 2011.
|Expertise in skill areas identified as needs by the Board.
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|Digital-anthropology, socio-political PhD student, financial analyses, free and open source software and free license user and supporter. Much more information available on my Wikimedian contributor page.
|Lived experiences in the world. We are especially interested in reading about lived experiences in the regions of Africa, South Asia, East and South East Asia & Pacific, and Latin America & Caribbean. We believe that experience in these regions could help expand the board’s ability to fulfill the movement strategy goal of more equitable participation, although we recognize that other experiences may also provide important contributions.
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|I'm finishing my PhD thesis about Wikimédia movement (read in French, read in other languages). I have a 10 years old son and a long personal experience of social care and the stigma it brings. Since 2011, I have been devoting most of my time to studying the Wikimedia movement, which I consider to be a social experiment that is very much ahead of its time in terms of awareness of the issues and possible solutions to the challenges facing our global and digital society.
I can also give a hand to the board concerning issue about inclusion and representativity in the movement. I would also like to put volunteering back at the centre of the movement instead of institutional and financial development. I am in favour of consensus, drawing lots and direct, participatory democracy within the movement and I can help the movement to evolve in this direction.
|Cultural and linguistic fluency with regions and languages additional to your native region and language. Intercultural awareness helps build bridges in our multicultural community.
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|French native speaker, I can survive in English, and I'm comfortable with Portuguese. In writing contexts, Deepl.com is my best friend ...
|Experience as an advocate for creating safe and collaborative spaces for all and/or experience in situations or contexts of censorship, repression, or other attacks to human rights.
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|I have the privilege of living in a country that is quite respectful of human beings and their freedom of expression and way of being. But I struggle personally and daily to be able to live without proprietary software (including in the Wikimedia movement), to pollute our environment as little as possible and to produce the minimum amount of greenhouse gases. I also struggle to free myself from the grip of money and employment that makes us part-time slaves of an immoral and dehumanized economic system.
By writing my PhD thesis on Wikiversity and comparing the university system to my observations within the Wikimedia projects, I also hope to open a debate about the democratization of science within the human community by challenging some privileges and dysfunctions of the social sciences. Including in the Wikimedia movement, I try to show the way to another way of producing knowledge outside the Wikipedia project, whose editorial rules do not allow a fair representation of knowledge.
|Experience in relation to (or as a member of, to the extent you choose to share) a group that has faced historical discrimination and underrepresentation in structures of power (including but not limited to caste, race, ethnicity, colour, national origin, nationality, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, religion, language, culture, education, abilities, income and environment).
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|As I'm facing to dysorthographic and dyslexic troubles, and because I've been most of the time of my life social assistance recipient, refusing to be submitted as an employee, I've experienced a lot of stigmata in my life.
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