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Critical question

What do you think is the best way for the Wikimedia Foundation to help improve the health, growth and diversity of our communities to help them be more welcoming and open so that the movement is sustainable?

Potential strategic approaches
Please read through these and let us know by number up to three of six you most support. You can also share your own idea!

  • Approach one: Reduce harassment issues and the gender gap to facilitate a safe, welcoming, and supportive environment for contributors and editors.
  • Approach two: Create and support programs to increase volunteer participation such as recognition, facilitated mentorship, and personalized re-engagement.
  • Approach three: Increase communication and transparency with and between our communities and across Wikimedia affiliates.
  • Approach four: Align efforts between our affiliate organizations and the Wikimedia Foundation to increase local language and community coverage on key initiatives.
  • Approach five: Improve automation tools to reduce manual work for managing content and projects.
  • Approach six: Simplify policies and processes for building communities and wikis.
  • Approach seven: your idea.

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