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Share this important movement with anyone you know. Help us close the #WikiGap. We need as many people as we can to spread the word about this educational and cultural gap. Wikipedia should be made by everyone and right now it's very imbalanced. Share it on social media, become a volunteer, help.

We are using the hashtags: #WikiGapMaastricht #WikiGap #ReduceDivisiveStereotypes

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All participants should create an editing account on Wikipedia and then register on our event’s own Wikipedia page by adding your name to the Participant's list, you can register here.

If you have trouble registering, don't worry! Just email us at or get help from us on the day of the event.

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CELL FOUNDATION's mission is to reduce divisive stereotypes and discriminatory content in school textbooks and other learning resources. We have detected a clear gender imbalance in the way the world's largest online encyclopedia has been constructed, a problem that creates a biased understanding of history by millions of students around the world.

Bringing the first #WikiGap event to the city of Maastricht is a 'must' for two main reasons: 1- It's in our foundation's spirit to reduce all forms of divisive learning and 2- We are a part of the Limburg community and, therefore, we are dedicated to the educational and cultural development of our region and the city of Maastricht.

#WikiGap is a campaign that gathers people around the world to add more content to Wikipedia about women experts, public figures and role models in various fields. We know this will be the first of many #WikiGap events in Maastricht and we are convinced our city will work hard to close this unacceptable educational and cultural gap and to bring about a more gender-equal internet.

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