2023:Program/Governance/XW78BJ-Resourcing Movement Strategy
Title: Resourcing Movement Strategy
Yop Rwang Pam
Yop is the Senior Movement Strategy Specialist on the Community Resources Team at the Wikimedia Foundation. In my role, I focus on the advancement of Movement Strategy 2030 goals by providing resource, technical support and other guidance to individuals and affiliates who are looking to implement the Movement Strategy (MS) Initiatives within their communities.
I am a Paiwan Wikimedian based in Tailam, Taiwan. I’ve been helping the users from different Taiwanese indigenous communities on several wiki projects for years. Currently, I facilitate the Paiwan Wikimedians User Group (since 2021) with several projects (some are drafted and some are funded). In addition, I’ve participated in Wikimedia Language Diversity Hub as a steering member since November 2021.
Muhammad Faisal Ansari
Banjar Wikimedia community
East, Southeast Asia and the Pacific (ESEAP) Facilitation Specialist, Wikimedia Foundation.
Aaqib Anjum Aafi
Aaqib Anjum Aafi is the founder of Deoband Community Wikimedia. He is currently pursuing an M.A. in Islamic Studies at the Jamia Millia Islamia in New Delhi, in India. He has been actively contributing to the free knowledge movement of Wikimedia, with a particular focus on promoting global Muslim academia, history and culture. He has been a Movement Charter Ambassador and is leading DCW’s Leadership Development and Skills Infrastructure Plan, alongside leading it at a global level.
Room: Room 325
Start time: Tue, 15 Aug 2023 11:15:00 +0800
End time: Tue, 15 Aug 2023 12:45:00 +0800
Type: No (pretalx) session type id specified
Submission state: confirmed
Duration: 90 minutes
Do not record: false
Presentation language: en
Abstract & description[edit source]
The session aims to showcase Movement Strategy Implementation Grants’ (MSIG) grantee stories and journey, invite session participants to reflect and identify challenges to address or areas to improve in their community respectively, and brainstorm how to turn their ideas into an MSIG proposal.
Movement Strategy Implementation Grants (MSIG) support projects that take the current state of a Movement Strategy Initiative and push it one step forward. The session will start with grantees from different Wikimedia communities and groups telling the stories of how their projects are advancing the Movement Strategy implementation journeys through Pechakucha format, showcasing tangible examples of what Movement Strategy Implementation looks like in practice. In the following, participants will reflect on some guiding questions and convene in small groups to discuss the problems they want to solve or areas to improve regarding their communities, as well as brainstorm potential solutions and possible activities that can be carried out in implementation. The session aims to help participants connect the dots of abstract concepts with tangible examples and to support participants in having a better understanding of how to turn their ideas into an MSIG proposal.
Further details[edit source]
Qn. How does your session relate to the event themes: Diversity, Collaboration Future?
Grantees from different Wikimedia communities will be invited to share their stories, which would give participants examples of MSIG projects with different regional and cultural contexts. The session is designed to support participants - particularly those from typically underrepresented communities - to connect with others that may want to collaborate on a similar area, hold space for sharing experiences and exchanging ideas, as well as brainstorm solutions together in solving challenges, in order to advance the implementation of the 2030 Wikimedia Movement Strategy.
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?