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<translate> Welcome to the first issue of [[<tvar name=1>m:Special:MyLanguage/Universal Code of Conduct</tvar>|Universal Code of Conduct]] News! This newsletter will help Wikimedians stay involved with the development of the new code, and will distribute relevant news, research, and upcoming events related to the UCoC. Feedback or ideas for the next issue can be left on the [[<tvar name=news-talk>m:Special:MyLanguage/Talk:Universal Code of Conduct/Newsletter</tvar>|UCoC News talk page]]. Thanks for reading and contributing.

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Script error: No such module "anchor". <translate> Affiliate consultations</translate>[edit]

<translate> In March and April 2021, Wikimedia Affiliates of all sizes, types, and experience backgrounds were invited to participate in discussions and share their experiences, thoughts, and concerns in different ways, to create clear definitions of enforcement pathways and reporting processes. More than 25 meetings have been conducted, and about 147 responses were received throughout the survey which was spread out in 8 languages, representing 27 different affiliates, in addition, some affiliates conducted internal discussions and included the UCoC text in the agendas of their regular official meetings and provided collective feedback.

The summary report of Affiliate engagement is available [[<tvar name=4>m:Special:MyLanguage/Universal Code of Conduct/Affiliates consultation/Report</tvar>|here]].</translate>

Script error: No such module "anchor". <translate> 2021 key questions consultations</translate>[edit]

<translate> In April and May, Wikimedia Foundation sought to gather input from as many participants as possible about the enforcement of the [[<tvar name=5>m:Special:MyLanguage/Universal Code of Conduct/Policy text</tvar>|Universal Code of Conduct]] to remain inclusive and adaptable to the needs of our global and diverse communities. The [[<tvar name=6>m:Special:MyLanguage/Universal Code of Conduct/2021 consultations/Discussion/Report</tvar>|2021 key questions consultations summary report]] is now available.

Over 247 participants including administrators, functionaries, Arbitration Committee members, affiliate staff, and both new and established contributors from 16 different projects participated in these consultations, round-tables, and other ongoing conversations. The summary also includes material from other volunteer-led discussions and initiatives concerning the enforcement of the Universal Code of Conduct.

While the ideas, thoughts, and concerns raised by participants varied widely, it was possible to observe common themes among the communities. Participants voiced their opinions about the need and risks of private reporting systems, flaws present in current enforcement and review systems, the need for context sensitivity, and expressed a desire for additional support to be available for volunteers. Many participants felt communities should continue to have a meaningful role in the revision and approval process.</translate>

Script error: No such module "anchor". <translate> Roundtable discussions</translate>[edit]

<translate> The Universal Code of Conduct facilitation team hosted [[<tvar name=7>m:Special:MyLanguage/Universal Code of Conduct/2021 consultations/Roundtable discussions</tvar>|roundtable discussions]] for Wikimedians to discuss the enforcement of the Universal Code of Conduct on 15 and 29 May 2021. The calls lasted about 90 minutes calls and each involved around 20-25 Wikimedians discussing [[<tvar name=8>m:Special:MyLanguage/Universal Code of Conduct/2021 consultations/Discussion</tvar>|key questions]] and other topics of interest to generate input and new ideas to be shared with the [[<tvar name=9>m:Special:MyLanguage/Universal Code of Conduct/Drafting committee#Phase 2</tvar>|UCoC phase 2 drafting committee]].

[[<tvar name=10>m:Special:MyLanguage/Universal Code of Conduct/2021 consultations/Roundtable discussions/Summaries</tvar>|Highlights from the round-tables]] include discussions about the possibilities and challenges of the multi-project Arbcom enforcement model, the transparency of the enforcement process, discussions about [[<tvar name=11>m:en:Wikipedia:Systemic bias</tvar>|systemic bias]], what the UCoC community approval process should look like, and in-depth conversations about ideal enforcement model and pathways.

The next round table session is scheduled for [<tvar name=12>https://zonestamp.toolforge.org/1623474056</tvar> 12 June at 5:00 AM UTC].</translate>

Script error: No such module "anchor". <translate> Phase 2 drafting committee</translate>[edit]

<translate> The [[<tvar name=13>m:Special:MyLanguage/Universal Code of Conduct/Drafting committee#Phase 2</tvar>|Universal Code of Conduct drafting committee]] for phase 2 has been assembled and started their work on May 13, 2021. The committee is a group of [[<tvar name=14>m:Special:MyLanguage/Universal Code of Conduct/Drafting committee#Phase 2 drafting committee members</tvar>|15 members]] that includes Wikimedians from 9 different countries, who edit our projects in more than 11 languages. Collectively they hold sysop roles on 13 various projects and 11 higher functionary roles, including two global sysops, two sitting arbitrators on different projects, and one former steward.

Currently, the committee is moving from team and capacity-building exercises into modules and exercises that commence the drafting of the enforcement guidelines. Short summaries from the drafting meeting are available to view and translate [[<tvar name=15>m:Special:MyLanguage/Universal Code of Conduct/Drafting committee/Phase 2 meeting summaries</tvar>|here]].

The Drafting Committee will have some draft recommendations for UCoC enforcement for community review in early August. More details will be available soon.</translate>

Script error: No such module "anchor". <translate> Diff blogs</translate>[edit]

<translate> The UCoC facilitators wrote several blog posts based on interesting findings and insights from each community during Local Language Consultations which took place in the 1st quarter of 2021.</translate>

  • <translate> [[<tvar name=16>m:wmfblog:2021/04/30/self-governance-of-older-wikimedia-projects-the-curious-case-of-polish-wikipedia</tvar>|Self-governance of older Wikimedia projects – the curious case of Polish Wikipedia]] – Over the course of the last 20 years, some communities individually developed extensive systems to deal with violations of conduct policies</translate>
  • <translate> [[<tvar name=17>m:wmfblog:2021/05/02/consulting-the-ucoc-enforcement-within-an-intercultural-wikimedia-ecosystem</tvar>|Consulting the UCoC Enforcement Within an Intercultural Wikimedia Ecosystem]] – How can wikimedia movement's interculturality help it with enforcing the Universal Code of Conduct?</translate>
  • <translate> [[<tvar name=18>m:wmfblog:2021/05/13/lessons-from-the-recent-influx-of-teenagers-in-the-korean-community-how-do-we-deal-with-them-as-active-contributors</tvar>|Lessons from the recent influx of teenagers in the Korean Community: How do we deal with them as active contributors?]] – Changing demographics of the Wikimedia Movement. What can we learn from the new generation of users?</translate>
  • <translate> [[<tvar name=19>m:wmfblog:2021/05/14/facilitating-wikimedia-communities-in-west-africa-for-the-ucoc</tvar>|Facilitating Wikimedia Communities in West Africa for the UCoC]] – The uniqueness of African communities and the challenges of engaging the continent in global movement conversations.</translate>
  • <translate> [[<tvar name=20>m:wmfblog:2021/05/26/how-the-ucoc-came-to-the-himalayas</tvar>|How the UCoC came to the Himalayas]] – What have we learned by engaging communities in their own language? How do smaller communities' insights differ from older and more prominent projects?</translate>
  • <translate> [[<tvar name=21>m:wmfblog:2021:2021/05/15/are-gamification-cream-and-a-cookbook-good-ingredients-for-a-community-consultation</tvar>|Are gamification, cream and a cookbook good ingredients for a community consultation?]] – Could gamification be a useful way to engage local communities? The Italian community was a test-case.</translate>
  • <translate> [[<tvar name=22>m:wmfblog:2021/05/25/how-silence-speaks-more-than-words</tvar>|How Silence Speaks More Than Words]] – Why do our most complex and intercultural projects tend to stay quiet in major movement discussions?</translate>Template:Universal Code of Conduct/Newsletter/Body bottom

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