Since 2022, we have worked on removing Russian propaganda from Wikipedia articles related to the invasion of Ukraine. We focus on readers in Russia and Belarus who struggle to find reliable information because of censorship and propaganda and help Russian speakers worldwide to overcome the influence of the Russian state-affiliated media. We also profile editors who spread misinformation and counter them in the topics most sensitive to Russian propaganda.
Wikipedia is often used to manipulate public opinion about politics. The articles about politicians, parties, elections, crises, wars, and other essential topics play a pivotal role in forming opinions of many people who consider themselves "not interested in politics".
Our explainers for complex political concepts and issues help bystanders become citizens that understand how local, national, and global politics influence their lives. Wikipedia is essential to oppose censorship in non-democratic regimes where people have little or no access to independent media.
We explain the complexity of healthcare issues and how they intersect with other social and political concepts. We work on articles about pharma, vaccination, HIV/AIDS, environmental impact on human health, and unhealthy habits, such as sugar and tobacco consumption.
Our scientific evidence-based publications on crucial health-related topics help readers make meaningful decisions about proper ways of medication and healthy life.
Our Wikipedia articles on climate and ecology explain how individual actions and industrial development impact the environment and human well-being. It’s a complex field of knowledge that requires a thought-out approach and scientific evidence. We strongly oppose greenwashing and other unethical practices.
Open science and archivation facilitate the creation, preservation, and distribution of knowledge, for all mankind.