WIKIPEDIA for World Heritage

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Wikipédia et le patrimoine mondial

Wikimedia Allemagne propose que Wikipedia devienne patrimoine culturel de l'humanité. L'objectif du projet est de convaincre le plus grand nombre possible de personnes de signer une pétition afin que l'UNESCO accepte d'étudier la candidature de Wikipedia comme entité à ajouter à la liste du patrimoine mondial sans passer par la voie traditionnelle de candidature.

Help us to get WIKIPEDIA recognized as first digital World Heritage Site by UNESCO

This year WIKIPEDIA celebrated its 10th anniversary – a great occasion to honor what a lot of people achieved together and to ensure the continued existence of WIKIPEDIA as a platform of free knowledge.

It all began with a simple idea:

“What if everyone was given free access to the sum of all human knowledge?” Within the last 10 years, this seemingly utopian idea has resulted in nothing less than the largest collection of human knowledge ever created. Independent, unrestrictedly accessible, and non-commercial.

This achievement made WIKIPEDIA a pioneer of cultural change because WIKIPEDIA transferred the tradition of knowledge exchange into the new, digital age. Thus creating a unique place of knowledge exchange in the history of civilization.

This is why as a cross-border cultural achievement, WIKIPEDIA deserves recognition and protection as UNESCO’s first digital World Cultural Heritage Site. If you share this opinion, we appeal for you to sign the petition.

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Recent signatories

  • Nico Schoen Markt Rettenbach
  • Rosa Sánchez Almeria
  • Clemens Hübner Sengenthal
  • Kai Scheuing München
  • Armon Arpagaus Vella
  • Rouven Andersson Hamburg
  • Martin Hosp Pinswang
  • Daniel Ziegler Berlin
  • Martina Hellwing Berlin
  • Albert Knüsel 6312 Steinhausen
  • Andre Stumpf Brest
  • Christian Wolff München
  • Jens Algermissen Hannover
  • Robert Hammer Altenstadt
  • Dennis Nümann Braunschweig
  • Michael Ziehm Arneburg
  • Andreas Klauke München
  • Gerhard Grimm, Saarbrücken
  • Alexander Miseler Kremmen
  • Jimmy Dögerl Marquartstein
  • Sebastian Kankowski Braunschweig
  • Claus Pfeilschifter Ingolstadt
  • Lars Fabian Prinz Mainz
  • David Kunkel Herdecke
  • Dennis Bechstein Celle

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