Wikimedia Foundation elections/2021/2021-08-18/2021 Voting Opens/rw

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The 2021 inteko ya izafufungura kuwa 4 zukamunani 2021.abakandida baturuka muma kominote atandukanye bahamagariwe kwiyamamaza.mubyumweru 3 habonetse 20 abakandida bamatora ya 2021.

the Wikimedia Foundation Board of Trusteeskurwego rwi isi inteko ishinzw amatora irifuza kuzamura uburyo bw' imikorere nk'itsinda areas of expertise gusakaza uburyo bw' ubunararibonye bwo bifuza kugeraho hamwe nabagize inteko bashyashya

The Wikimedia movement has the opportunity to select candidates who have the qualities to best serve the needs of the movement for the next several years. The Board is expected to select the four most voted candidates to serve as trustees. This term starts in September and lasts for three years. Learn more about the Board of Trustees in this short video.

Vote now until August 31.

Below is some useful information about the election process.

Learn more about the candidates

Candidates from across the movement have submitted their candidatures. Learn about each candidate to inform your vote. The community submitted questions for the candidates to answer during the campaign. Candidates answered the list of community questions collated by the Elections Committee on Meta.


Voting for the 2021 Board of Trustees election opened on 18 August 2021 and closes on 31 August 2021. The Elections Committee chose Single Transferable Vote for the voting system. The benefit of this is voters can rank their choices in order of preference. Learn more about voting requirements, how to vote, and frequently asked questions about voting.

Please help in the selection of those people who best fit the needs of the movement at this time. Vote and spread the word so more people can vote for candidates. Those selected will help guide the Wikimedia Foundation and support the needs of the movement over the next few years.


The Elections Committee