Independent organisers and volunteers bring WikiStage events to life around the globe.
Click on Events to get an overview of all events by country.
Our video platform for learning and debate can only exist because people like you are mobilising to add their piece to this global puzzle of free and open knowledge. We invite you to get involved and to create your own WikiStage event.
You can organise a WikiStage event in your community, university, association, organisation, company, library, museum, theatre, café or any other place. Each WikiStage organiser is recognised by a specific event license name, such as WikiStage Stanford, WikiStage HEC Alger, WikiStage Maison de l'Europe de Paris...
Your license name "WikiStage XYZ" should reflect who you are, which community you represent or where the event takes place.
To get you started, we have created a short video that covers the main aspects of your event, enjoy!
Every WikiStage organiser is recognised by a specific license name.
WikiStage ESCP Europe
WikiStage Maison de l'Europe de Paris
To organise a WikiStage event, you need a license. It's free! Apply for it here to secure your favourite event name:
+ Apply here.
After you submitted your application, we'll directly email you - either to ask for more information or to approve your event name and license. Once confirmed, our Event Coordinator will reach out to you help you with the following:
When it comes to organising a great conference, there's no need to reinvent the wheel. (Here in France, people say: "to reinvent hot water"). Together with our community, we organised dozens of events and conferences and we put the most useful information, best-practices and templates in our "WikiStage Toolkit" for you. In there you will find:
We have created the following Visual Identity Guide for all WikiStage organisers to help you with the communication around your event.
Our Community Manager will get you started with:
and more, depending on what you need. You can also decide to communicate with your exiting social media accounts, for example, if you are integrating WikiTalks into an event that is not WikiStage branded. You can indicate this in the license application form.
All WikiStage events have a free event page on WikiStage.org.
In addition, we recommend event organisers to have a website that presents your speakers and programme.
We offer to create a website template for you for 40€ for 6 months. It's the best solution we could find, easy to use with drag and drop. The URL will be: yourevent.wikistage.org
It's "WikiStage", not "Wikistage" or "Wiki Stage". Please always take care to refer to the WikiStage brand with the right spelling.
Do not speak in the name of "WikiStage", but as independent organiser, you have been granted a specific co-branding license name. For example: "WikiStage Stanford". Always use this specific event name in all of your communication.
Keep WikiTalks free of promotional content:
Upload the WikiTalks to WikiStage