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What is the Wikimedia Diversity Conference?
The Wikimedia Diversity Conference is designed to facilitate conversation and action on issues of diversity throughout the Wikimedia movement. The conference will feature speakers, panels, and workshops that outline the case for diversity and consider ways to address the movement’s key diversity challenges.
The conference will be held at the National Archives in Washington, DC on June 17–18, 2016. The event will feature a keynote by Zoe Quinn, co-founder of the Crash Override Network; the full conference program will be announced after submissions have been evaluated.
To learn more about the conference, please read our FAQ; attendees should also review the conference Safe Space Policy. To register for the conference, submit a session proposal, or sign up as a volunteer, please use the buttons below.