Hope you are all doing well and are safe amidst the ongoing COVID-19
Pandemic. On behalf of the Strategy Team  and the working group members
, I would like to take a moment with you to celebrate the publication of
the 2020 movement strategy recommendations, now live on Meta-wiki  and
express gratitude and appreciation for your efforts to share perspectives
into our process. Over the last two years, our movement has worked
tirelessly to produce these ideas to change our shared future. Many of you
participated in the online conversations, hosted strategy salons, attended
regional events, and connected with us in-person at Wikimania. These
contributions were invaluable, and will help make our movement stronger for
years to come.
The finished set of 10 recommendations emphasizes many of our core values,
such as equity, innovation, safety, and coordination, while tasking us
jointly to turn this vision into a reality. These recommendations clarify
and refine the previous version, which was published in January this year.
They are at a high strategic level so that the ideas are flexible enough to
be adapted to different global and local settings and will allow us to
navigate future challenges. Along with the recommendations, we have
outlined 10 underlying principles, a narrative of change, and a glossary of
key terms for better context.   
The recommendations are available in numerous languages, including Arabic,
German, Hindi, English, French, Portuguese, and Spanish for you to read and
share widely. We encourage you to read the recommendations in your own time
and at your own pace, either online  or in a PDF . There are a couple
of other formats for you to take a deeper dive if you wish, such as a
one-page summary, slides, and office hours, all collected on Meta. If you
would like to comment, you are welcome to do so on the Meta talk pages.
However, please note that these are the final version of the
recommendations. No further edits will be made. This final version of the
recommendations embodies an aspiration for how the Wikimedia movement
should continue to change in order to advance that direction and meet the
Wikimedia vision in a changing world.
In terms of next steps, our focus now shifts toward implementation. In
light of the cancellation of the Wikimedia Summit, the Wikimedia Foundation
is determining the best steps for moving forward through a series of
virtual events over the coming months. We will also be hosting live office
hours  in the next coming few days, where you can join us to celebrate
the Strategy and ask questions! Please stay tuned, and thank you once again
for helping to drive our movement forward, together.
Community Strategy Liaison, Movement Strategy
Wikimedia Foundation <https://wikimediafoundation.org/>
"Imagine a world in which every single human being can freely share in the
sum of all knowledge. That's our commitment."
CIS-A2K <https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/CIS-A2K> is planning to invest
some resources from May-June 2020 to create community movement resource
(CMR) materials in English and different Indic languages for Wikidata in
the form of tutorials, handbooks, infographics, videos, animations etc. The
aim of this initiative is to build a pool of resource materials for
Wikidata eventually, which will serve as ready-made handy references for
new as well as experienced users. You are requested to fill up this form
that we can understand your needs on different topics of Wikidata. You are
also very welcome to actively participate in the process and help us build
the CMR with your different areas of expertise.
Thanks and Regards,
*ANANTH SUBRAY P V*
Access to Knowledge Programme <https://cis-india.org/a2k/cis-a2k>
The Centre for Internet & Society