Apologies if my response seemed to infer something I did not intend it to.
I was referring to the strategic direction which provides high level goals
for the movement as a whole developed by people from across the movement.
Measureable contributions in working towards those goals, comes down to the
strategies of the various communities and organisations composing
Wikimedia. In terms of the Wikimedia Foundation, the first phase of its
strategic planning in working towards the direction is laid out within its
medium term plan. Part of that includes funding the work of affiliates
globally, all of whom will hopefully have their own strategies in working
towards the 2030 direction.
Fundraisings role is to not aim for those goals but to generate the
resources to support their delivery.
On Fri, Dec 20, 2019 at 8:11 PM Fæ <faewik(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On Fri, 20 Dec 2019 at 19:24, Joseph Seddon
... but the
movement has set itself some pretty significant goals for the next 10
Could you provide a link to where the movement, presumably not the
report published in February 2018 that was written by the
"Foundation’s staff and its consulting teams", has agreed and set the
specific measurable goals to be met over the next 10 years that
fundraising is aiming for?
Thanks in advance,
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