WIKIMOVE Podcast: What is the 2030 movement strategy about?

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WIKIMOVE is starting the year with a special episode about… Movement Strategy! Check it out on our website and feel free to react to it on our meta page to continue the conversation. For this special release, we also published the transcript of this show on Meta.

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What’s in this episode?

In this episode we answer questions from volunteers who recently joined our movement and would like to better understand our strategy 2030. We talk about the genesis of the strategy, the future we envision for our movement and also touch upon key issues related to knowledge equity and global governance.

Our guest are..

  • Sharon Naa Deedei Tagoe, Volunteer at the Open Foundation West Africa

Sharon studies at the Ghanaian University and joined the Movement in 2022.

  • Likambo Isaac Kangu, diaspora coordinator for the UG South Sudan in the Refugee settlements in Uganda

Likambo Isaac Kangu is a South Sudanese refugee living in Uganda. He joined the Movement in August 2022.

  • Ruby Damenshie-Brown, Senior Program Officer at the Open Foundation West Africa

Ruby joined the movement in 2019, she volunteered in different roles and contributed as a Fellow to the global campaign for WikiforHuman rights 2022 of the WMF.

We hope that you will enjoy this episode and look forward to your feedback,


Nikki, Nicole &Eva

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