Wiki Loves Women’s Inspiring Open podcast series launched!

26th March 2022

(written and released by Sascha Polkey at Rabbit In a Hat) Wiki Loves Women (a project of Wiki in Africa) is a champion of women’s stories. With projects across Africa and the Middle East empowering women with the tools and platforms to be heard, they have accumulated a vault of interesting tales from dynamic women … Read More

WLW: Let women’s voices be heard through #SheSaid

1st October 2021

Join the Wiki Loves Women’s annual #SheSaid campaign over October and November  Wiki Loves Women’s annual #SheSaid campaign focuses on bridging the gender divide and unearthing women’s voices by celebrating them and increasing their visibility online through Wikiquote. It is run by members of the Wikimedia Communities who activate interested and passionate people and train … Read More

WLW: Twelve women launch Focus Group

30th June 2021

(first published on Wiki Loves Women blog space) The Wiki Loves Women project has launched its Focus Group coaching programme with 12 female members from Botswana, Cameroon, France, Kenya, Nigeria, Rwanda, South Africa, Sudan and Zimbabwe. The Focus Group coaching program is practical, action-oriented, mentored and is entirely remote. It provides skills and transfers knowledge … Read More

Wiki Loves Women: #SheSaid Amplifies the voices of 867 women during 2020

18th February 2021

On the 20th October, at the Gender Gap panel for the Creative Commons Virtual Global Summit, the Wiki Loves Women team launched the #SheSaid campaign. The brainchild of Wiki In Africa‘s Florence Devouard, #SheSaid is an online drive across the Wikimedia Community to balance the representation of gender in the entries of Wikiquote. Over the … Read More