2023:Program/Submissions/Your Community and the Universal Code of Conduct - 8W9WUJ

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Title: Your Community and the Universal Code of Conduct


UCoC project team

The UCoC project team is made up of Wikimedia Foundation staff across multiple departments who provide support and coordinate all the work related to the UCoC and Enforcement Guidelines

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Type: Workshop

Track: Equity, Inclusion, and Community Health

Submission state: submitted

Duration: 30 minutes

Do not record: false

Presentation language: en

Abstract & description[edit source]

Abstract[edit source]

This workshop will cover the history and progress of the UCoC and Enforcement Guidelines as well as gather insights from communities on how it will impact/benefit community health

Description[edit source]

To realize our vision of a world in which everyone can share in the sum of all human knowledge, the UCoC and Enforcement Guidelines(EGs) were developed in collaboration with the community. They aim to provide a baseline of behavior for collaboration to create positive, safe and healthy spaces for communities. The UCoC is a key policy initiative from the Wikimedia 2030 community conversations and strategy process. The Enforcement guidelines were developed to create enforcement pathways for the UCoC and have been through multiple processes of drafting, community consultations and ratification. Following the recent ratification of the Enforcement Guidelines, this workshop seeks to discuss the processes that led us here as well as gather insights and input from communities on how they envision the UCoC/EGs will benefit their communities and what they hope to see/get out of the UCoC/EGs going forward.

Further details[edit source]

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

The UCoC and Enforcement guidelines were developed to provide safety and inclusion for diverse contributors to collaborate effectively. This session seeks to gather insights on how the policy will benefit diverse communities and what they hope to see/get out of it. These insights will guide the work of the UCoC project team to continue creating a safe, healthy and inclusive environment for ALL contributors to collaborate effectively.

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
  • Tick 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