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  • The OECD Development Centre is Part of the OECD familly, as a special bodyIt helps policy makers in OECD and developing countries find innovative solutions to the global challenges of developmentYou can stay abreast of Development Centre activities through Twitter, talk to us on Facebook, watch our videos on Youtubesee photos from the Centre's meetings and seminars on Flickrdraw from our PowerPoint presentations on Slideshare and read our publications on Issuu.
  • Wikigender.org is a project initiated by the OECD Development Centre 2 years agoto facilitate the exchange and improve the knowledge about gender-related issues around the world. A special focus of this project is to collect practical evidence and to identify adequate statistics and measurement tools of gender equality. The first version of the site waslaunched in March 2008 at the occasion of the International Women’s Day.
  • Indeed, this platform was drawing on previous work of the OECD Development Centre. In 2006 the Centre published the Gender Institutions and Development database that helps to determine and analyze obstacles to women’s social and economic development.  In this context, the original idea was to establish a tool that could help us to get some new statistics and data from the root level and of course, to develop a tool to raise awareness on gender equality through a dialogue with the crowd Have an impact and make a difference
  • 2 days, to choose the engine (MediaWiki) and find an hosting company (Siteground)80 US Dollars set the platform upA few weeks to upload some content in order to launch a website with some biscuits that would help to kick start the wiki
  • You can’t launch a website that is not finished ; you can’t choose MediaWiki as we are still in the process of analysing the best solutionStandards = MediaWiki, the main wiki engine open source = community of developers 1st version had the same look & feel as wikipedia = user experience could be more confortable
  • The main challenges wereto introduce the wiki concept in the organisation and its value for creating a community and raise awareness. to accept the idea that our expertise should be confronted to the expertise of the crowd and that we could benefit from this dialogue
  • 13 000 visits per monthFrom 168 countries/territories.First United States then India and the Philippines
  • After 2 years, Facebook only had 12 mln users vs. 350 mln todaySurely, by 2013 can WikiGender have 350,000!!Hopefully – With YOUR help ;-)
  • Wed have a solid community of users who help maintain the site from outside the organization.These users are working hard to make wikigender THE reference for gender equality on the web by getting the word out to their networks, writing and articles on gender equality, surveying their networks for what can be done better.For wikigender the community in the past few months is really taking ownership of it which is of course the idea of 2.0.We have begun to use the information on the wiki to look at how to measure gender equality.Because we have social anthopologiests and historians statisticians, economist students etc on this wiki, we are able to really get a good look at how to measure progress in gender equality.In the next months we are working to gather gender data from the ground up to put it into wikiprogress.stat so that we can visualize and analyse where we are.
  • Wikiprogress will represent the catalyst of initiatives existing around the world on the measurement of progress, contributing to answer the following questions: Who is developing initiatives on measuring progress (well- being, quality of life, etc.);What types of taxonomy do these initiatives use?Which indicators are being used to measure the different dimensions of progress?How is my country/region/community achieving over time and in comparison to other similar territories?
  • Launched at the end of last year,Wikiprogress will contain two main functions: A “Classical Wiki” function, where users can:discover and share materials developed by the Project;find information about existing or new initiatives around the world.2. A “Statistical Wiki” function, where data and metadata can be shared, assessed and eventually uploaded at the end of a “quality-assurance” process. In particular, the user will be able to:  upload data and metadata and submit them for quality evaluation; navigate the database by country (map and list) or by topic (taxonomy and list), exploring data and metadata; create tables and charts and export them in various formats to populate texts, blogs, wikis, etc.
  • SELECT a datasetCREATE and customize your table by clicking on "current data selection". RESHAPE your table using "pivot dimensions" to move rows and columns. TAKE AWAY the data to Excel or CSV, print your query or save it for later use. 
  • Want to know more on Wikis at the OECD, I invite you to get in touch with Angela, the Wiki Project Manager
  • Enhancing Diversity via Web 2.0 @ Web4Dev

    1. 1. Enhancing Diversity via Web 2.0<br />Olivier Puech (@OP_OP)Publications & New Media CoordinatorOECD Development Centre<br />#Web4Dev Conference, 26 February 2009<br />Brasilia, Brasil<br />
    2. 2. Agenda<br />1<br />The OECD Development Centre<br />2<br />FromWikigender…<br />… To WikiProgress<br />
    3. 3. The OECD Development Centre<br />Nuclear Energy Agency<br />AfricaPartnershipForum<br />
    4. 4. You can meet us on:<br />theworldeconomy.org<br />
    5. 5. Wiki? Kiwi? KikiWiki? WikiWhat?<br />
    6. 6. Wikigender<br /><ul><li>Wikigender.org is a project initiated by the OECD Development Centre in January 2008 </li></li></ul><li>Where do we come from? <br /><ul><li>Drawing on previous work
    7. 7. The original ideas
    8. 8. statistics from the bottom up
    9. 9. raise awareness
    10. 10. Make a difference</li></li></ul><li>How didwe set it up?<br />2 days<br />80 US $<br />+ few weeks to uploadsome content under an open source licence<br />
    11. 11. Why outside?<br /><ul><li>In order to meet the 8th of March deadline
    12. 12. The use of standards
    13. 13. Full Support of Senior level managers</li></li></ul><li>Main challenges<br /><ul><li>The Wiki concept
    14. 14. OECD expertise vs. The Crowd </li></li></ul><li>Let’s Wikigender together<br />www.wikigender.org<br />
    15. 15. Where do we stand?<br />Wikigender currently comprises 906 articles and is maintained by 769 users.<br />
    16. 16. Wikigender… as Facebook?<br />
    17. 17. What motivates you to take part in Wikigender?<br />“A large community using it”<br />“Open source collaboration”<br />“User-friendly interface”<br />“Since I am living in a developing country in which gender equality has not been achieved, I would like to be part of the process for gender equality”<br />“I am a researcher and lecturer; my profession needs updated information. So it is my profession that motivates me to take part in Wikigender”<br />“I have been involved with gender-related research and studies in India for a long time, and I find Wikigender to be the right platform to share knowledge on gender issues”<br />
    18. 18. Wikigender, as a community builder<br />Facebook: 569 fans<br />FacebookQuizz<br />Twitter: >200 followers<br />And coming: an iPhone app’<br />
    19. 19. The Results<br />The platform<br /><ul><li> A solid community of users
    20. 20. Working hard to make wikigender THE reference for gender equality on the web
    21. 21. Taking ownership</li></ul>The OECD Development Centre<br /><ul><li> use the information on the wiki
    22. 22. Get a good look at how to measure progress in gender equality.
    23. 23. Gather gender data into wikiprogress.stat</li></li></ul><li>Beyond Wikigender<br /><ul><li>Wikigender.org serves as a pilot project for the Global Project on Measuring the Progress of Societies. www.wikiprogress.org</li></li></ul><li>Wikiprogress<br />WikiProgress: will contain two main functions<br /> <br />A “Classical Wiki” function, where users can:<br />discover and share materials developed by the Project;<br />find information about existing or new initiatives around the world.<br />2. A “Statistical Wiki” function, where data and metadata can be shared, assessed and eventually uploaded at the end of a “quality-assurance” process. <br /> <br />
    24. 24. Wikiprogress launches wikiprogress.stat<br />wikiprogress.stat, a single online platform where you can discover and access statistical databases related to measuring progress. You can build tables and extract data from across databases as well as work within individual databases.<br />
    25. 25. Want to know more?<br />Please contact <br /> Angela Costrini Hariche<br /> Project Manager<br /> angela.hariche@oecd.org +33 1 45 24 88 44<br />
    26. 26. Ačiū už dėmesį (lt)<br />Благодаря за вашето внимание (bg)<br />Ďakujeme za pozornosť (sk)<br />Dhanyavaad (in hindi)<br />Dikkatiniz icin tesekkurler (tr)<br />Gracias por su atención (es)<br />obrigado (pt)<br />Grazie per la Loro attenzione (it)<br />Merci de votre attention (fr)<br />Neengal Gavanithadharku Nandri (in tamil)<br />Σας ευχαριστώ πολύ για την προσοχή σας (gr)<br />Спасибо за ваше внимание (ru)<br />Tack för er uppmärksamhet (se)<br />Thank you for your attention (uk, us)<br />Vielen Dank für Ihre Aufmerksamkeit (de)<br />귀하의관심에대해대단히감사합니다 (kr)<br />شكراً على انتباهكم (ar)<br />Olivier Puech / www.puech.net<br />