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Mabel Cappers WSPU Hunger Strike Medal with Fed by Force Bar September 1909
Mabel Cappers WSPU Hunger Strike Medal with Fed by Force Bar September 1909. Photographed by Johnny Cyprus.CC BY-SA 3.0

Women’s suffrage and the Hunger Strike Medal

Dr Sara Thomas, Scotland Programme Coordinator for Wikimedia UK On International Women’s Day, I ran training for long-term Wikimedia UK … Continue reading “Women’s suffrage and the Hunger Strike Medal”

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Our new Volunteer Coordinator on engaging with the community

By Esma Gjertsen, Volunteer Coordinator at Wikimedia UK I am very excited to join the Wikimedia community as a Volunteer … Continue reading “Our new Volunteer Coordinator on engaging with the community”

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First months as The Mixed Museum’s intern

In this post, Anastasia reflects on the process of editing a Wikipedia article, and the challenges it presented. You can … Continue reading “First months as The Mixed Museum’s intern”

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Call for improving Wikipedia’s museum content

International Museum Day 2022 / About 20 Wikimedia Chapters around the world join forces The International Museum Day (IMD) on 18th May is … Continue reading “Call for improving Wikipedia’s museum content”

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Connected Heritage partnerships

We’re pleased to announce the first of our partnerships resulting from our Connected Heritage training. While the webinars are free … Continue reading “Connected Heritage partnerships”

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Illustration to Robert Burns' poem Halloween by J.M. Wright and Edward Scriven.
Illustration to Robert Burns' poem Halloween by J.M. Wright and Edward Scriven.CC0

January Scots writing drive

By Dr Sara Thomas, Scotland Programme Coordinator at Wikimedia UK Over the last 18 months we’ve been working with the … Continue reading “January Scots writing drive”

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Three months of Connected Heritage

By Dr Lucy Hinnie, Digital Skills Wikimedian at Wikimedia UK. As we begin to look towards 2022, and move towards … Continue reading “Three months of Connected Heritage”

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