Empowering through Design: The WikiWomenCamp Logo Unveiled

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In a world where knowledge is power, access to information should be a universal right, unhindered by gender, identity, or geography. It is with this unwavering belief in mind that we proudly unveil the logo that encapsulates the spirit of WikiWomenCamp 2023.

Wiki Women Camp logo

The logo was unveiled during the excitement of Wikimania 2023 where everyone came together to celebrate the free knowledge mission.

This symbol, meticulously crafted with the emotional intent of our collective mission, serves as a beacon of hope and unity, guiding us as we navigate the seas of diversity within the free knowledge movement. As we embark on this journey to bridge gender gaps, we invite you to join us in unlocking the true potential of a world where everyone can contribute and access the sum of human knowledge.

The Journey

The journey of ideating and creating the WikiWomenCamp 2023 logo was a thoughtful and deliberate process. The WikiWomenCamp team  worked closely with the Wikimedia Foundation Brand team and poured their hearts and minds into its creation, engaging in extensive discussions about the myriad concepts and symbols associated with women-centric movements. 

After much contemplation, we embraced a design philosophy that favored simplicity and depth. The result is the logo that now stands before you, a visual embodiment of our commitment to inclusivity and unity. 

At its core, the logo revolves around the idea of circles, inclusivity, and mandalas, representing the unbroken bonds that tie us all together. It signifies not only the strength of individual identities but also the interconnectedness that empowers us when we stand together. 

Here’s how these concepts intersect with the empowerment and identity of women:


Circles often symbolize unity and the idea of coming together. In the context of women, circles represent the power of community and support. 

Women have a long history of gathering in circles to share stories, wisdom, and experiences. These circles depict safe spaces where women can discuss topics that matter to them, offer guidance, and provide emotional support.

Circles empower women by fostering a sense of belonging and sisterhood. They encourage open dialogue, enabling women to exchange ideas, challenge norms, and collectively work towards positive change. 

Circles also showcase the idea that every voice matters, reflecting the strength that arises when women come together to inspire, uplift, and advocate for each other in a single space.


Inclusivity encompasses the rich tapestry of experiences, backgrounds, cultures, and perspectives that women bring to the table. 

Women are not a monolithic group; they come from various ethnicities, races, religions, socio-economic backgrounds, sexual orientations, and abilities. Recognizing and celebrating this diversity is essential to acknowledging the complexity of women’s lives and identities.

Embracing inclusivity and diversity empowers women by acknowledging and valuing their unique journeys. It challenges stereotypes and fosters a broader understanding of the struggles and triumphs that women experience. 

When diverse women come together, they contribute a wealth of perspectives, ideas, and solutions that drive progress and create a more inclusive society.


Mandalas are intricate, uniformed designs that often represent wholeness, balance, and unity. They are used in various cultures as a tool for meditation, self-discovery, and spiritual growth. 

Mandalas are a visual representation of the interconnectedness of all things and the journey towards inner harmony.

They can serve as a metaphor for the complexity and depth of women’s lives. Just as a mandala’s patterns interconnect to create a complete design, women’s experiences, roles, and identities intersect to shape their multifaceted lives. 

Creating or reflecting on mandalas can provide women with a means to explore their inner selves, celebrate their unique journeys, and find balance in a world full of demands and expectations.


The WikiWomen logo is a unifying symbol, bringing together all activities and initiatives for and by WikiWomen. It signifies our collective commitment to gender equity and knowledge sharing within the Wikimedia movement. 

It encourages collaboration, connects like-minded individuals, and provides a consistent identity for our efforts. 

In essence, it’s a powerful emblem that unites us in our mission to make a positive impact on the Wikimedia ecosystem. 

Wiki Women Camp logo

WikiWomen Summit Logo

Logo & Designer for the WikiWomenCamp 2023

We would also like to introduce the remarkable designer of the WikiWomenCamp, User:Kurmanbek, a creative visionary who has beautifully captured not only the vibrant festivities and colors of India but has also ingeniously incorporated this central design into the broader WikiWomen initiatives.

Wiki Women Camp 2023 Mandala 01

The logo is an extended design of the central WikiWomen logo for the upcoming WikiWomenCamp in India.


In all, the logo embodies the spirit of our global community, which is united by its shared commitment to addressing gender gaps in the free knowledge movement. 

It started as a simple design, lines and colors coming together with purpose. But as it evolved, it took on a life of its own. It became more than just an emblem; it became a representation of a global movement—a movement of empowerment, knowledge, and equity. 

These concepts remind us that women are not only individuals with their own stories but also part of a collective journey towards empowerment, understanding, and positive change. 

No matter where you are, when you see this logo, you know you are in the company of Wiki Women—a global network of individuals who believe in the power of information, the strength of unity, and the beauty of diversity.

At WikiWomenCamp 2023, we will come together to build relationships, learn from each other, and support each other’s work.

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