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Media and research publications of Wikimedia activities, editors and community members in Australia.


  • 18 January 2021: User:Canley interviewed by Adam Shirley, ABC Radio Canberra Mornings about Wikipedia's 20th birthday (from 2:09:00 mark)
  • 22 February 2021: Author and historian Adam Wakeling interviewed by Amanda Vanstone on Radio National: Counterpoint, Coups and crack downs. "Happy Birthday Wikipedia! You're 20 and still going strong 'growing to become one of the world’s top 15 websites with a vast database of 55 million articles in 317 languages, as well as a family of related projects covering everything from travel guides to recipes'. Adam Wakeling takes us through the history of Wikipedia and compares to one of the great works from the Enlightenment, the Encyclopédie. Both are not without their problems, but even so, lets raise our glasses and offer three cheers to this 'expansive free encyclopedia..with an army of volunteer writers'." (Archived audio, 8.9 MB.)
  • 22 February 2021: Article in UTS News What's Wikipedia’s role in deciding who gets honoured? about the Wikipedia and Australian Honours project by Heather Ford, Tamson Pietsch and Kelly Tall
  • 5 March 2021: Article in the Melbourne Catholic about the Women in Religion Project, Project to highlight Australian women in religion
  • 11 March 2021: International Women's Day: Women Artists Article by Liz Pigeon, Yarra Plenty Regional Library on Art+Feminism edit-a-thon.
  • 13 March 2021: Saturday Extra (full programme), Radio National. Interview with Caddie Brain, Heather Ford, and Richard Cooke. (Archived audio, 17.5 MB.)
  • 23 March 2021: Australian Women in Religion Edit-a-thon Article by Michelle Eastwood in Vox, University of Divinity news.
  • 24 March 2021: More Wikipedia Women Article about the Australian Women in Religion project, in Catholic Voice.
  • 8 April 2021: Breakfast, ABC Melbourne. Paul Kennedy talking to Rosie Stephenson-Goodknight about Women in Red. (Archived audio, 5'43", 4.6 MB.)







  • 7 Mar Toodyaypedia WA Weekender Episode presented by Dan Paris






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