With WikiStage, we build a
collaborative video library for learning and debate
What is WikiStage?
WikiStage is about curiosity. It is a collaborative non-profit project of people around the world who think it is important to never stop learning and to stay curious.
Our vision is to create a free and global platform for learning and intelligent debate. Volunteers and event organisers around the world enrich the collaborative video library by recording experts in short 3, 6 or 9 minute WikiTalks on their WikiStage - and so can you. Read about WikiStage on our blog
Events that combine fun and learning
We Celebrate Curiosity
Each WikiStage event is run independently by organisations and people like you
The first edition of WikiStage Nouakchott in 2013 was organised at the Chamber of Commerce of the capital. The second edition of the event in 2014 will bring together leading thinkers and decision makers. The event is supported by the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports in Mauritania.
WikiStage ESTP Paris
The WikiStage ESTP Paris Student Association organises their big annual conference with the theme:
Fail. Learn. Succeed.
"All the world's a stage"
Teams are currently preparing WikiStage events in different cities around the globe
Follow events currently in preparation
Organised by Students at Stanford University
California, United States
WikiStage ESCP Europe
Organised by students at ESCP Europe Business School
Organised by students at the University of York
York, United Kingdom
Organised at the University of São Paulo
São Paulo, Brazil
Organised by volunteers
WikiStage Amistad Abidjan
Organised by the NGO for sustainable development: Amistad
Abidjan, Ivory Coast
Organised by students at Dauphine University
WikiStage Sorbonne Nouvelle
Organised by students at the Université Sorbonne Nouvelle
Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris
Organised at the Creative Co-working Café
WikiStage University of Mannheim
University of Mannheim
WikiStage HEC Alger
Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales Alger
Ecole Nationale Polytechnique
ESSEC Business School
Organised by the WikiStage Association
tbd in 2015
WikiStage Maison de l'Europe de Paris
Maison de l'Europe de Paris
WikiStage FST Settat
Faculté des sciences et techniques de Settat
Université Lille 1, Sciences et Technologie
WikiStage Centrale Paris
Ecole Centrale Paris
The 3 formats of WikiStage Events
At events with a larger audience, the lengths of WikiTalks is often 6 or 9 minutes.
The most popular format for WikiTalks at WikiStage Sessions is 6 minutes.
Video recordings in a studio
The recommended length for WikiTalks in a studio is 3 minutes
Watch all WikiTalks and performances on
Our Youtube Channel
A WikiTalk is a 3, 6 or 9 minute video: one expert addresses one question. Find all WikiTalks here.
Producer and foreign correspondent, Diego Buñuel, shares his experiences from his assignments to Afghanistan, Congo, Iraq, Indonesia, Israel, China and North Korea. His question: Why do stories matter?
The question about our identity is one of the most essential questions in life. Jonathan Weitzman asks "Who am I?". He studied in Oxford and Harvard and today he is professor of genetics at the Université Paris Diderot. The website to organise all WikiTalks in a video library is currently under construction. Until then, find all videos on our youtube channel.
Join them and participate
Be part of it!
Give a WikiTalk
Speak at WikiStage to share your knowledge and make a difference
Work with WikiStage in Paris
Become an intern or volunteer with us!
The WikiStage Association is a Paris based non-profit. Join our fast-growing team.
Become our Partner or Sponsor
Help us create a video library of knowledge
Add your piece to this puzzle and sponsor WikiStage Events or our website.
Organise your own WikiStage
Bring curious people together and give them a stage. Become WikiStage Organiser!
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