2023:Program/Community Initiatives/UXFVEQ-Central & Eastern Europe (CEE) Stakeholders Meeting

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Title: Central & Eastern Europe (CEE) Stakeholders Meeting



Antanana (Nataliia Tymkiv) is a Ukrainian Wikipedia editor and administrator, member of Wikimedia Ukraine. She has been a member of the Wikimedia Foundation Board of Trustees since 2016, chairing it since 2021. She was a part of the Wiki Loves Earth international team, and organised Wikimedia CEE Meetings in 2014 and 2018 in Ukraine. Since 2013 she has been a member of Wiki Loves Monuments Ukraine organising team. From 2012 to 2016 served as a Board member of Wikimedia Ukraine, and as its volunteer Executive Director (2013-2015). An experienced editing workshop organiser

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Track: Community Initiatives

Submission state: confirmed

Duration: 135 minutes

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Presentation language: en

Abstract & description[edit source]

Abstract[edit source]

The Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) region is a diverse and dynamic area of the Wikimedia movement, with many challenges and opportunities for collaboration and innovation. The CEE Stakeholders Meeting is a session that aims to bring together representatives from different Wikimedia affiliates, projects, and communities in the region, as well as other interested parties, to discuss the current state and future vision of the CEE. The session will provide a space for sharing experiences, best practices, challenges, and ideas, as well as fostering dialogue and networking among the participants.

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The expected outcomes of the session are:

▫ To increase the awareness and understanding of the CEE landscape among the participants. ▫ To identify the common challenges and opportunities for the CEE. ▫ To generate some concrete ideas and solutions for addressing the identified challenges and opportunities. ▫ To foster a sense of community and collaboration among the CEE stakeholders. ▫ To create a network of contacts and resources for future cooperation.

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Qn. How does your session relate to the event themes: Diversity, Collaboration Future?

This session relates to the event themes in the following ways:

Diversity: The session aims to increase the diversity and inclusion of underrepresented groups in the CEE region. The meetup highlights the diversity of cultures, languages, and perspectives that exist in the CEE region.

Collaboration: The session fosters collaboration and communication among the CEE stakeholders, such as affiliates, projects, and communities. The session also encourages the participants to share their experiences, best practices, challenges, and ideas with each other, and to explore potential partnerships and synergies.

Future: The session explores the future vision and direction of the CEE Wikimedia movement, as well as the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead.

Qn. What is the experience level needed for the audience for your session?

Everyone can participate in this session

Qn. What is the most appropriate format for this session?

  • Tick Onsite in Singapore
  • Empty Remote online participation, livestreamed
  • Empty Remote from a satellite event
  • Empty Hybrid with some participants in Singapore and others dialing in remotely
  • Empty Pre-recorded and available on demand