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1,4 million to counter gender gap

Globally, less than 15 % of Wikipedia editors are women. A project grant from The Norwegian Directorate for Children, Youth and Family Affairs (Bufdir) enables us to launch phase 2 of Growing the Female Ratio on Wikipedia!

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March = Women In Red

Did you know that only 18 % of biographies on Wikipedia in Norwegian Nynorsk are about women? The numbers are slightly better on Wikipedia in Norwegian Bokmål (25 %), but not good enough. Join our editing contest, a writing course or an edit-a-thon – throughout March we will be turning red links into blue ones!

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WikiNobel 2023

On Friday 6 October the world turns its eyes to Oslo as the Nobel Peace Prize is announced. And then many will shift their focus to Wikipedia to read about the Laureate. Wikipedians are on standby – we will update the encyclopedia in a flash! Join us at the WikiNobel editathon.

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Cultural heritage photo competition

Wikimedia Norge, The Norwegian Federation of Cultural Heritage Organisations, and Arts and Culture Norway invite you to contribute to documenting our cultural heritage. During all of September, you can upload photos from Norway and Sápmi, and the photos can then be used on Wikipedia and elsewhere. Compete for prizes and recognition!

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The impossible made possible

Wikipedia and the other Wikimedia projects are the world’s largest digital volunteer effort. How do people from all over the world manage to pull in the same direction? That’s the topic at our seminar on Saturday 4 February. Join us!

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The Art of Indigenous Knowledge

Art+Feminism is a global network of activists that are increasing the visibility of women of arts all around the world. By Introducing Arctic Art+Feminism, we wanted to focus on women from Indigenous groups in the Arctic region. This project aligns with our work to increase diversity on the Wikimedia projects, both for Indigenous languages and the gender balance on Wikipedia, and the project was partly funded by the Fritt Ord Foundation.

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