We are a global campaign to center the knowledge of marginalized communities (the majority of the world) on the internet.

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Announcing selected contributions!

In response to our call for contributions and reflections on ‘Decolonising the Internet’s Languages’ in August, we are delighted to announce that we received 50 submissions, in over 38 languages! We are so overwhelmed and grateful for the interest and support of our many communities around the world! From all these extraordinary offerings, we have selected nine that we will invite and support the contributors to expand further.

The Whose Knowledge? Journey: looking back at 2019

From campaigning to making women visible on Wikipedia, to publishing podcasts on oral knowledge: 2019 was a year to explore new ways for collaborating and communicating, as well as different formats to engage in conversations with our communities. We are so happy with each of the steps taken, large and small, that we want to share with you some of the milestones of this lovely journey.

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