Avec un premier prix de 1000 $ et une cagnotte de 3400 $, le concours photo Wiki Loves Africa 2021 invite les photographes africains à saisir des images, de l’audio et de la vidéo sous le thème Santé + Bien-être.Soumettez vos images, vidéos ou audio … Continue readingWiki Loves Africa est ouvert aux soumissions!
Everyone can contribute relevant photos from anywhere on the globe. Additionally people, groups or organisations are encouraged to host a series of events to build Wikipedia savvy communities around the competition. These events take the form of introductory workshops, photographic excursions and upload sessions and … Continue readingEVENTS in 2020
The Wiki Loves Africa 2019 theme is PLAY! The theme Play! encourages the submission of visual representations of joyful and serious games, sport, and recreation in the form of board or mental games, physical fun or contests, playful interactions, theatrical and musical performances, etc. It is … Continue reading2019 : Play!
Wiki In Africa is pleased to announce that the winners of the Wiki Loves Africa photographic and media competition were declared at Wiki Indaba in Tunis. The international jury had the daunting task of selecting the final set of amazing photographs depicting people working across … Continue readingAstonishing Photographs Celebrate People at Work across Africa on Wikipedia
Wiki In Africa are pleased to announce that the winners of the Wiki Loves Africa photographic and media competition were declared at Wiki Indaba in Tunis. The international jury had the daunting task of selecting the final set of amazing photographs depicting people working across … Continue readingWinners of 2017!
Now in its fourth year … Wiki Loves Africa celebrates People at Work as the central theme for the annual celebration of Africa’s cultural diversity on Wikipedia. You can find the competition page on Wikimedia Commons here. The People at Work theme encourages the visual, audio … Continue reading2017 : PEOPLE AT WORK
Take some photos … This is the fun part! You can enter media (photos, video clips or audio files) that shows people working, making things, and doing their jobs across Africa. Think rare and unusual perspectives of both ordinary and extraordinary jobs. Select the best! … Continue readingHOW TO ENTER