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.
Bring hundreds of people together around a theme you care about. WikiTalks are typically 6 or 9 minutes.
Organising a WikiStage Conference is a great entrepreneurial adventure: find speakers, reach out to sponsors, manage a team and create a wonderful event to remember.
Organise a cosy event for a group of less than 100 people.
The session generally takes place in smaller venues such as cafés or co-working spaces. Record speakers while enjoying the company your friends or colleagues. Sessions are a great way to meet and debate with the speakers and connect with others.
Capture knowledge and share it with the world. The recommended length for studio talks is 3 minutes.
The studio is the simplest event to organise because there are either no – or just a handful of people in the audience. All it requires is a room, one or two cameras, a microphone and speakers.
To answer all your "How to" questions, we have created the Organiser Guide. In addition to providing you with useful templates and guidelines, we share best practices from the WikiStage Organiser Community on our Blog and once you obtained your license, our Event Coordinator will contact you to assist you and answer all your questions.