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| '''Wikigender''' is a project initiated by the [[OECD Development Centre|OECD Development Centre]] to facilitate the exchange and improve the knowledge on gender equality-related issues around the world. A particular focus lies on gathering empirical evidence and identifying adequate statistics to measure [[Gender Equality|gender equality]]. In this respect, Wikigender serves as a pilot project for the OECD [[Global Project on Measuring the Progress of Societies|Global Project on Measuring the Progress of Societies]]. Based on the work of the OECD [[Gender, Institutions and Development Data Base|Gender, Institutions and Development Data Base]], Wikigender aims to highlight the importance of [[Social institutions|social institutions]] such as norms, traditions and cultural practices that impact on women's empowerment.  
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| '''''Wikigender''' is a project initiated by the ''[[OECD Development Centre|''OECD Development Centre'']]''to facilitate the exchange and improve the knowledge on gender equality-related issues around the world. A particular focus lies on gathering empirical evidence and identifying adequate statistics to measure ''[[Gender Equality|''gender equality'']]''. In this respect, Wikigender serves as a pilot project for the OECD ''[[Global Project on Measuring the Progress of Societies|''Global Project on Measuring the Progress of Societies'']]''. Based on the work of the OECD ''[[Gender, Institutions and Development Data Base|''Gender, Institutions and Development Data Base'']]'', Wikigender aims to highlight the importance of ''[[Social institutions|''social institutions'']]''such as norms, traditions and cultural practices that impact on women's empowerment.''
 
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== Open Access Policy  ==
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== Wikigender: Open Access Policy  ==
  
 
Wikigender is open to everyone. Whether you are a student, a professional working in an international governmental organisation or in a non-governmental organisation, in a think tank, in a research institute or a statistical office....you can access all resources provided on this website and use its contents for your own needs.  
 
Wikigender is open to everyone. Whether you are a student, a professional working in an international governmental organisation or in a non-governmental organisation, in a think tank, in a research institute or a statistical office....you can access all resources provided on this website and use its contents for your own needs.  
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If you decide to contribute to this project, we kindly ask you to follow a set of [[Help:Contents#Wikigender_policies_and_conventions|Policies and Conventions]]. Please do not infringe copyright. Wikigender uses the [[Wikigender.org:License|GNU Free Documentation License]]. Everything you contribute must be compatible with that license.  
 
If you decide to contribute to this project, we kindly ask you to follow a set of [[Help:Contents#Wikigender_policies_and_conventions|Policies and Conventions]]. Please do not infringe copyright. Wikigender uses the [[Wikigender.org:License|GNU Free Documentation License]]. Everything you contribute must be compatible with that license.  
  
== Quality Control  ==
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=== Quality Control  ===
  
 
Websites based on “wiki” technology invite the public to modify the content displayed on the pages. It is therefore important to have mechanisms in place that ensure high quality of information. Wikigender has implemented several of these mechanisms and created an effective '''[[Wikigender.org:Quality Control System|quality control system]]'''.  
 
Websites based on “wiki” technology invite the public to modify the content displayed on the pages. It is therefore important to have mechanisms in place that ensure high quality of information. Wikigender has implemented several of these mechanisms and created an effective '''[[Wikigender.org:Quality Control System|quality control system]]'''.  
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*The article should not include offensive material, advertising or links to external offensive or commercial websites.
 
*The article should not include offensive material, advertising or links to external offensive or commercial websites.
  
== Community Portal  ==
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=== Community Portal  ===
  
 
The [http://wikigender.org/w/index.php/Community_Portal Community Portal]'s role is to ensure coverage of gender equality issues in the media on a monthly basis. Participate in the community portal by uploading the articles you find, or initiate a discussion!  
 
The [http://wikigender.org/w/index.php/Community_Portal Community Portal]'s role is to ensure coverage of gender equality issues in the media on a monthly basis. Participate in the community portal by uploading the articles you find, or initiate a discussion!  
  
== Project Team ==
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=== Project Team ===
  
Wikigender is managed<sup>1</sup> by a small team of gender experts at the OECD Development Centre, Paris.  
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Wikigender is managed&nbsp;by a small team of gender experts at the OECD Development Centre, Paris.  
  
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*Senior advisor: Johannes Jütting
 
*Wiki administrator: Angela Hariche  
 
*Wiki administrator: Angela Hariche  
*Senior advisor: Johannes Jütting
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*Outreach coordinator: Estelle Loiseau
*Editorial development: [[User:Birdastel|Estelle Loiseau]],&nbsp;Philippa&nbsp;Lysaght  
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*Editorial development: [[User:Birdastel|Estelle Loiseau]],&nbsp;Nejma Bouchama, Philippa&nbsp;Lysaght
*Partnerships: Estelle Loiseau
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*Technical assistance: Fulgencio Sanmartin
*Technical assistance: [[User:Marineam|Marine Rebuffel-Amselek]], [[User:Schukay|Ralf Schukay]]
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== Partners  ==
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=== Partners  ===
  
 
Wikigender is open to collaborate in the maintenance of the site with other organisations and initiatives. We look forward to welcoming new partners seeking to join this project. Our aim is to build an active community that uses and regularly updates this website. Inivited partners include other international organisations, NGOs and research institutes. We particularly look forward to welcoming partners from the developing world. Contact us at '''[mailto:contact@wikigender.org contact@wikigender.org]'''  
 
Wikigender is open to collaborate in the maintenance of the site with other organisations and initiatives. We look forward to welcoming new partners seeking to join this project. Our aim is to build an active community that uses and regularly updates this website. Inivited partners include other international organisations, NGOs and research institutes. We particularly look forward to welcoming partners from the developing world. Contact us at '''[mailto:contact@wikigender.org contact@wikigender.org]'''  
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== Wikigender Launch  ==
 
== Wikigender Launch  ==
  
Wikigender [[Wikigender Launch|was officially presented]] on the occasion of [[International Women's Day|International Women's Day]] on 7 March 2008 in the presence of the Chief Statistician of the OECD, the Deputy Chief of Staff of the OECD, the Chilean Ambassador to the OECD and the OECD Wikigender team. On 20 November 2008, [[Wikigender.org:Wikigender 2.0 Launch|Wikigender 2.0]] was presented during a workshop in Stockholm - the new website&nbsp;is now&nbsp;available at [http://new.wikigender.org http://new.wikigender.org].  
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Wikigender [[Wikigender Launch|was officially presented]] on the occasion of [[International Women's Day|International Women's Day]] on 7 March 2008 in the presence of the Chief Statistician of the OECD, the Deputy Chief of Staff of the OECD, the Chilean Ambassador to the OECD and the OECD Wikigender team. On 20 November 2008, [[Wikigender.org:Wikigender 2.0 Launch|Wikigender 2.0]] was presented during a workshop in Stockholm - the new website&nbsp;is now&nbsp;available at [http://new.wikigender.org http://new.wikigender.org]. Wikigender has been founded by: Denis Drechsler, Johannes Jütting, Olivier Puech and Ralf Schukay.  
  
 
=== Wikigender in the Press  ===
 
=== Wikigender in the Press  ===
  
 
Since its launch on 7 March 2008, Wikigender has been covered extensively in the international press, Internet blogs and radio interviews. Click [[Wikigender.org:Wikigender in the Press|here]] to see a selection of articles.  
 
Since its launch on 7 March 2008, Wikigender has been covered extensively in the international press, Internet blogs and radio interviews. Click [[Wikigender.org:Wikigender in the Press|here]] to see a selection of articles.  
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#Wikigender has been founded by: Denis Drechsler, Johannes Jütting, Olivier Puech and Ralf Schukay.<br>
 
  
== Who is the community for?  ==
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== Wikigender: the community ==
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=== Who is the community for?  ===
  
 
*Anyone interested in gender equality issues (civil society), especially people coming from developing countries  
 
*Anyone interested in gender equality issues (civil society), especially people coming from developing countries  
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*Students
 
*Students
  
== What is its goal?  ==
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=== What is its goal?  ===
  
 
*To exchange best practices, stories, data, news coming from the ground in order to help advance gender equality and women’s empowerment. Wikigender will use this information uploaded by the users to create a yearly report on progress in gender equality.
 
*To exchange best practices, stories, data, news coming from the ground in order to help advance gender equality and women’s empowerment. Wikigender will use this information uploaded by the users to create a yearly report on progress in gender equality.
  
== What is the goal of the website?  ==
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=== What is the goal of the website?  ===
  
 
*To foster the sharing of resources such as best practices, events, reports.  
 
*To foster the sharing of resources such as best practices, events, reports.  
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*To be an interactive platform for key gender equality-related events, follow-up of conferences, publications, media, etc.
 
*To be an interactive platform for key gender equality-related events, follow-up of conferences, publications, media, etc.
  
== What is the approach/etiquette that ensures quality?  ==
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=== What is the approach/etiquette that ensures quality?  ===
  
 
*Content guidelines  
 
*Content guidelines  
 
*Wikigender team and partners ensure quality control when new articles are uploaded
 
*Wikigender team and partners ensure quality control when new articles are uploaded
  
== What is in it for me if I participate?  ==
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=== What is in it for me if I participate?  ===
  
 
*Resource exchange  
 
*Resource exchange  
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*Access to information and contact information on organisations working in the field of gender equality
 
*Access to information and contact information on organisations working in the field of gender equality
  
== What is our measure of success?  ==
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=== What is our measure of success?  ===
  
 
*Interaction with our users: number of edits, new discussions, comments, etc.  
 
*Interaction with our users: number of edits, new discussions, comments, etc.  

Revision as of 17:20, 15 June 2010

Wikigender is a project initiated by the OECD Development Centreto facilitate the exchange and improve the knowledge on gender equality-related issues around the world. A particular focus lies on gathering empirical evidence and identifying adequate statistics to measure gender equality. In this respect, Wikigender serves as a pilot project for the OECD Global Project on Measuring the Progress of Societies. Based on the work of the OECD Gender, Institutions and Development Data Base, Wikigender aims to highlight the importance of social institutionssuch as norms, traditions and cultural practices that impact on women's empowerment.

Contents

Wikigender: Open Access Policy

Wikigender is open to everyone. Whether you are a student, a professional working in an international governmental organisation or in a non-governmental organisation, in a think tank, in a research institute or a statistical office....you can access all resources provided on this website and use its contents for your own needs.

In order to improve the information on this site, we invite your active participation: either by providing comments and suggestions, or by contributing new articles. We particularly encourage you to browse through the wanted pages section that contains articles that still need to be written. More information on how to discuss or edit articles can be found in our Frequently Asked Questions, including how to create an account.

If you decide to contribute to this project, we kindly ask you to follow a set of Policies and Conventions. Please do not infringe copyright. Wikigender uses the GNU Free Documentation License. Everything you contribute must be compatible with that license.

Quality Control

Websites based on “wiki” technology invite the public to modify the content displayed on the pages. It is therefore important to have mechanisms in place that ensure high quality of information. Wikigender has implemented several of these mechanisms and created an effective quality control system.

Content Guidelines

The following steps outline the content checking process to guide all contributors:

Community Portal

The Community Portal's role is to ensure coverage of gender equality issues in the media on a monthly basis. Participate in the community portal by uploading the articles you find, or initiate a discussion!

Project Team

Wikigender is managed by a small team of gender experts at the OECD Development Centre, Paris.

Partners

Wikigender is open to collaborate in the maintenance of the site with other organisations and initiatives. We look forward to welcoming new partners seeking to join this project. Our aim is to build an active community that uses and regularly updates this website. Inivited partners include other international organisations, NGOs and research institutes. We particularly look forward to welcoming partners from the developing world. Contact us at contact@wikigender.org

Access the list of current partners.

Wikigender Launch

Wikigender was officially presented on the occasion of International Women's Day on 7 March 2008 in the presence of the Chief Statistician of the OECD, the Deputy Chief of Staff of the OECD, the Chilean Ambassador to the OECD and the OECD Wikigender team. On 20 November 2008, Wikigender 2.0 was presented during a workshop in Stockholm - the new website is now available at http://new.wikigender.org. Wikigender has been founded by: Denis Drechsler, Johannes Jütting, Olivier Puech and Ralf Schukay.

Wikigender in the Press

Since its launch on 7 March 2008, Wikigender has been covered extensively in the international press, Internet blogs and radio interviews. Click here to see a selection of articles.

Wikigender: the community

Who is the community for?

What is its goal?

What is the goal of the website?

What is the approach/etiquette that ensures quality?

What is in it for me if I participate?

What is our measure of success?

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