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Nick Poole, Wikimedia UK's Chair of Trustees. Image used with permission.

Nick Poole becomes Chair of Wikimedia UK’s Board

By Lucy Crompton-Reid, Wikimedia UK’s Chief Executive. Wikimedia UK is delighted to announce the appointment of a new Chair of … Continue reading “Nick Poole becomes Chair of Wikimedia UK’s Board”

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Remote working the Wikimedia UK way

Blog by Sara Thomas, Wikimedia UK’s Scotland Programme Coordinator Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, it’s likely that more and more … Continue reading “Remote working the Wikimedia UK way”

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Wikimedia UK and COVID-19: A local and global response

By Lucy Crompton-Reid, Wikimedia UK Chief Executive This is not the blog that I thought I was going to be … Continue reading “Wikimedia UK and COVID-19: A local and global response”

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Announcing the Wikimedia in Education UK Summit

With around 20 billion page-views every month, Wikipedia is an integral part in how people discover information. It is used … Continue reading “Announcing the Wikimedia in Education UK Summit”

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Women of Turkish origin and John Lubbock at the BBC 100 Women Wikipedia editathon
Women of Turkish origin and John Lubbock at the BBC 100 Women Wikipedia editathon

Wikimedia UK publishes ‘Closing the Gender Gap’ video

By John Lubbock, Wikimedia UK Communications Coordinator I’ve worked at Wikimedia UK since 2016, managing their social media, press, content … Continue reading “Wikimedia UK publishes ‘Closing the Gender Gap’ video”

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Supporting the Turkish Wikimedia community from the UK

By John Lubbock, Communications Coordinator As many of you know, Wikipedia has been blocked in Turkey since 2017. While it’s … Continue reading “Supporting the Turkish Wikimedia community from the UK”

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Wiki Loves Monuments UK 2019 winners announced

Wiki Loves Monuments UK, part of the world’s biggest photographic contest, has announced the winners of this year’s competition. The … Continue reading “Wiki Loves Monuments UK 2019 winners announced”

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