Wikimedia CEE Online Meeting 2020/Programme/Submissions/notNewNORMAL
- Title of the submission
#notNewNORMAL - questioning routines and innovating wiki work
- Type of submission (lightning talk, discussion, panel, workshop)
- Author(s) of the submission
(LGBT+ user group)
- Track (COVID-19, Basic capacity development, Advanced capacity development)
Basic capacity development
- Abstract (up to 100 words)
In the time when discussing the 'new normal' in media is a dominant trend of 'developed' world, suppressed and critical voices are questioning who's Normal it was to start with… What wiki practices are considered normal (How? Who? When? Why? they fail). This workshop aspires to help inform, research, imagine and prototype what could be alternatives, or even appropriations that foreground care and needs for those who are far from assumed norms. WikiWiki%Lohi?
- How will this session be beneficial for the communities in the region of Central and Eastern Europe?
By looking into challenging the doctrine of single and objective point of view, content and participation gaps, governance models/issues, assumptions embedded in user interface and experience, but also addressing needs for safe(r) space (considering ‘others’ - deconstructing norms, especially self-imposed ones and authoritarian) we hope to address some of the topics from 2030 strategy and new Code of Conduct.
- Do you plan to pre-record a video with a presentation?
- Special requirements
I would like to have limited number of people attending (up to 9) and have them be chosen through simple email application process in which they write down their username and write down at least 2 types of discrimination they experienced. Information from email will be treated as private and will not be shared to others than workshop organizer and one trusted member of organizing team. Confirmed participants will be informed by email.
- Slides or further information
If you are interested in attending this session, please sign with your username below. Sign with a hash and four tildes (# ~~~~)., but than also fill in this registration form on GoogleForms >>