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Conférenciers[edit | edit source]

Wikimania 2017 disposera d'une liste de conférenciers dynamiques du Canada et du monde entier, incluant :

Susan Herman[edit | edit source]

Wikidemocracy

Susan N. Herman a été élu présidente de l'Union américaine des libertés civiles en octobre 2008 après avoir siégé au conseil d'administration de l'ACLU, sur son comité exécutif et en tant qu'avocat général. En tant que professeur de droit centenaire à Brooklyn Law School, elle enseigne en droit pénal et procédure et en droit constitutionnel, et des séminaires sur le droit et la littérature et le terrorisme et les libertés civiles. Son livre le plus récent, Taking Liberties: The War on Terror and the Erosion of American Democracy, a été publié par Oxford University Press en octobre 2011 et a remporté le prix des libertés civiles Roy C. Palmer 2012. Elle est également l'auteur du Terrorism, Goverment and Law: National Authority and Local Authority in the War on Terror et The Right to a Speedy and Public Trial, ainsi que de nombreux articles d'examen de la loi.


Jimmy Wales en conversation avec Gabriella Coleman[edit | edit source]

Communauté et information dans un monde partisan
Modéré par Evan Prodromou

Gabriella (Biella) Coleman détient la chaire Wolfe en littératie scientifique et technologique à l'Université McGill. En tant qu'anthropologue, sa bourse explore l'intersection des cultures du piratage et de la politique, en mettant l'accent sur les implications sociopolitiques du mouvement du logiciel libre et de l'ensemble de protestations numériques Anonymous. Elle a écrit deux livres, Coding Freedom: The Ethics and Aesthetics of Hacking (Princeton University Press, 2012) et Hacker, Hoaxer, Whistleblower, Spy: The Many Faces of Anonymous (Verso, 2014), qui a été nommé meilleur livre de 2014 à Kirkus Reviews' et a reçu le prix Diana Forsythe de l'American Anthropological Association.

Jimmy Wales is founder of the online non-profit encyclopaedia Wikipedia and co-founder of the privately owned Wikia, Inc. including its entertainment media brand, Fandom powered by Wikia. Wales serves on the board of trustees of the Wikimedia Foundation, the non-profit charitable organisation he established to operate Wikipedia. In April 2017, Jimmy launched WikiTribune - a news website involving professional journalists working alongside volunteers to curate fact checked and reliable articles. In 2006 Jimmy was named in Time magazine’s ‘100 Most Influential People in the World’ for his role in creating Wikipedia.

Evan Prodromou is an Internet entrepreneur and wiki and software developer based in Montreal. He founded Wikitravel, Identi.ca and StatusNet, and is currently working on Fuzzy.ai, an artificial intelligence service for developers.

Frédéric Giuliano et Hélène Laverdure[edit | edit source]

Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec: Libraries, Archives and sharing knowledge

Frédéric Giuliano Archivist-Coordinator, Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec (BAnQ). Giuliano holds a Master's degree in History from the University of Montreal and a Master's Degree in Information Science from the School of Library and Information Science. From 2008 to 2012, he was a reference archivist and responsible for the iconographic archives at BAnQ Old Montréal. Since 2012, he coordinates the broadcasting services of the BAnQ Old Montréal archives center.

Hélène Laverdure, Curator and Director General of the National Archives at Bibliothèque Nationale du Québec (BAnQ) since August 2015. Hélène Laverdure began her career in document management in school boards from 1985 to 1992 and the Communauté urbaine de Québec until 1999. She then joined the Government of Quebec, where she was responsible for a project to digitize and distribute documents to the Ministry of Labor until the fall of 2005. She continued her career at the Ministère des Transports As project manager and then as manager in the field of information management. In 2012, she is recruited by the City of Quebec as Director of the Records Management and Archives Division.

Esra'a Al-Shafei[edit | edit source]

Experiences from the Middle East: Overcoming Challenges and Serving Communities

Esra'a Al-Shafei is a Bahraini human rights activist, an outspoken defender of free speech, and founder of Majal.org, a network of online platforms that amplify under-reported and marginalized voices. Together with her team, they build web projects that creatively facilitate the struggle for social justice in the region, including platforms such as: CrowdVoice.org, an open source tool that curates and contextualizes data on social movements, Mideast Tunes, the largest platform for regional underground musicians who use music as a tool for advocacy, and Ahwaa.org, a bilingual tool for LGBTQ youth in the Arab world that leverages game mechanics to facilitate high-quality interactions. She is the recipient of the “Berkman Award” from the Berkman Center for Internet and Society for "outstanding contributions to the internet and its impact on society over the last decade", the Monaco Media Prize, which acknowledges innovative uses of media for the betterment of humanity, and the "Most Courageous Media" award from Free Press Unlimited.

IMPORTANT: there will be no photos, video or streaming in this session, and we ask that you not take photos or video. Those who take photos will be asked to leave. Due to the controversial nature of Al-Shafei's work, online photos may endanger her safety.

Katherine Maher et Christophe Henner[edit | edit source]

Wikimedia 2030

Katherine Maher is the Executive Director of the Wikimedia Foundation, the nonprofit organization that supports Wikipedia and its sister projects. She is a longtime advocate for free and open societies, and an expert in leveraging technology for social impact. Katherine was appointed Executive Director in July 2016, after serving as the organization’s first Chief Communications Officer. She has lived and worked around the world, leading the introduction of technology and innovation in human rights, good governance, and international development. She was a founding member of the UNICEF Innovation team, where she helped introduce open source innovation for health and child welfare. She has worked with the National Democratic Institute, the World Bank, and Access Now on programs supporting innovative technologies for democratic participation, civic engagement, youth entrepreneurship, open government, and human rights. Katherine is a member of the World Economic Forum’s Global Council on Human Rights, a fellow at the Truman National Security Project, a member of the advisory board of the Open Technology Fund and a trustee of the Project for the Study of the 21st Century. She lives in San Francisco.

Christophe "schiste" Henner is the former Board Chair of Wikimedia France and current Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the Blade Group, a cloud computing company headquartered in France. At Blade, Christophe is scaling up operations to support the company's transition from a start-up to a global company. Originally from Lavaur, Christophe studied economics and law at the University of Toulouse. He has deep and varied experience across the marketing sector, holding a variety of leadership positions including Head of Marketing at the online media group, L'Odyssée Interactive, Chief Marketing Officer at an international digital media group, Webedia, and later deputy Chief Executive Officer of Webedia's gaming division. Christophe has been an active member of the Wikimedia community for more than 12 years. In 2007, he joined the Board of Wikimedia France and has remained an active Board member in various positions for the past ten years. Nearly three of those years on the Board were spent in leadership roles, including Chair and Vice Chair of the Board. During his time on the Board, Christophe helped lead Wikimedia France through a significant period of growth. This included leading the development of the chapter’s brand and supporting the development of a clear organizational strategy and vision for the chapter.

Invited speakers[edit | edit source]

Dana Wagner[edit | edit source]

The Year in Fact-Checking

Dana Wagner is the co-founder and editor of FactsCan, which is an independent and nonpartisan fact-checker on Canadian federal politics.