Today, since it's International Human Rights day we’re starting some public promotion of the #WikiForHumanRights campaign, and we would appreciate your help in spreading the word!
On social media this week, we’re highlighting community edit-a-thons and events, facts about the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and asking everyone to reflect on the role of human rights in their own lives. We’ll be promoting the campaign throughout December and January, so there are plenty of opportunities to get involved.
If you are interested in sharing the campaign’s messages on social media, please retweet and share from @Wikipedia and @Wikimedia on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. You can also find draft messages, hashtags, and campaign gifs in the “communicate and share the campaign!” section of the campaign page on Meta.
If your local community isn’t yet engaged in the campaign, you can learn how to organize and get involved online on the Organize page on Meta. 
Hello all, and apologies for crossposting!
I hope you are doing well!
As you may have noticed when we announced the partnership in August : the Wikimedia Foundation is working with the UN Human Rights to help expand the availability of knowledge about human rights online.
As one of our first collaborations, we are going to be running a campaign from November 15 - January 30 to add and improve knowledge about human rights on Wikipedia and the Wikimedia projects. The initial focus of the campaign will be on improving articles about topics related to the UN Declaration of Human Rights and youth standing up for human rights. More information about the campaign is also available here: https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WikiForHumanRights
We would like to invite you to get involved in the campaign in one of several ways:
Help us build the list!
We need your help identifying more topics related to youth involved in human rights that don’t have articles on Wikipedia or could use further improvement. We would like to represent many different languages and geographies in the campaign. To propose topics for the list, see instructions at: https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WikiForHumanRights/List#Adding_a_topic_to_the_Youth_Lists
Organize an online or offline event!
We need your help finding community leaders from throughout the Wikimedia to:
Host an online campaign on your language Wikipedia! To learn more about hosting a local topical campaign see the kit here: https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WikiForHumanRights/Organize#Campaign
Hold an in person editathon with local human rights organizations or partners! To learn more, check out the kit here: https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WikiForHumanRights/Organize#Editathon
Promote the campaign starting Dec. 10 for International Human Rights Day!
Help us amplify your efforts around the campaign and publicize it to wide audiences. We’ll be sharing a communications toolkit (including graphics) soon with suggestions on reaching out to folks about the campaign.
Reach out to local media and supporters: Journalists and the public can help add momentum to the campaign through storytelling and spreading the word.
Promote the campaign on social media: We’ll be using #WikiForHumanRights to promote the campaign on social media, when we increase the communication to the public on 10 December
If you are interested, let us know by indicating your interest to organize in the Organize sections linked above!
Note: We are still updating the communications assets for the campaign! To watch for those materials, add https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WikiForHumanRights/Share to your meta watchlist.
Looking forward to your engagement with the campaign!
Alex Stinson, Wikimedia Foundation
Luisina Ferrante, Wikimedia Argentina--Alex StinsonSenior Program StrategistWikimedia FoundationTwitter:@glamwiki/@sadadsLearn more about how the communities behind Wikipedia, Wikidata and other Wikimedia projects partner with cultural heritage organizations: https://outreach.wikimedia.org/wiki/GLAM