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|short_description=Regional conference for Wikimedia communities throughout East, Southeast Asia, and the Pacific
|short_description=Regional conference for Wikimedia communities throughout East, Southeast Asia, and the Pacific in Sydney
|description=Program will include Community building, Affiliate governance, Outreach and community collaboration support networks, ESEAP Hub governance and Wikimania 2023 organisation
|description=ESEAP Conference 2022 is a regional conference for Wikimedia communities throughout the ESEAP region. ESEAP stands for East, Southeast Asia, and the Pacific. Taking place in Sydney, Australia on 18-20 November 2022, this is the second regional conference for these Wikimedia communities.
 
East and Southeast Asia and the Pacific is a developing region within the Wikimedia community. There is a significant number of Wikimedia contributors across the regions, and we have grown the community since our first meeting in 2018 and continue to work towards establishing a well-managed hub. This conference will bring participants from various ESEAP communities together to strengthen collaboration and better understand the issues faced in the region and to look for solutions.
 
ESEAP will be hosting Wikimania 2023, the first in-person Wikimania post-Covid. Following on from the last Wikimania in 2020, this conference will also bring the Core Organising Team for Wikimania 2023 together to help design Wikimania for the post COVID and climate impacted world.
 
Our last ESEAP regional meeting was hosted by Wikimedia Indonesia in Bali in 2018, and a successful ESEAP Strategy Summit was held in Bangkok in June 2019. A lot has changed since then so we aim to re-connect people of the Wikimedia movement within the ESEAP region, to share ideas, and to build regional collaborations.
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Regional conference for Wikimedia communities throughout East, Southeast Asia, and the Pacific in Sydney
ESEAP Conference 2022 is a regional conference for Wikimedia communities throughout the ESEAP region. ESEAP stands for East, Southeast Asia, and the Pacific. Taking place in Sydney, Australia on 18-20 November 2022, this is the second regional conference for these Wikimedia communities.

East and Southeast Asia and the Pacific is a developing region within the Wikimedia community. There is a significant number of Wikimedia contributors across the regions, and we have grown the community since our first meeting in 2018 and continue to work towards establishing a well-managed hub. This conference will bring participants from various ESEAP communities together to strengthen collaboration and better understand the issues faced in the region and to look for solutions.

ESEAP will be hosting Wikimania 2023, the first in-person Wikimania post-Covid. Following on from the last Wikimania in 2020, this conference will also bring the Core Organising Team for Wikimania 2023 together to help design Wikimania for the post COVID and climate impacted world.

Our last ESEAP regional meeting was hosted by Wikimedia Indonesia in Bali in 2018, and a successful ESEAP Strategy Summit was held in Bangkok in June 2019. A lot has changed since then so we aim to re-connect people of the Wikimedia movement within the ESEAP region, to share ideas, and to build regional collaborations.

Region: NSW
Location: UTS Aerial Function Centre

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