Wiki Loves Monuments (WLM) is an annual photo competition, organized by members of the Wikimedia community around the world. The contest aims to give visibility to the built heritage of participating countries, encouraging people to photograph them and publish these images under a free license, so that they can be used not only on Wikipedia, but anywhere and by any person.
Along September 2022, the wikicontest recieved 11,760 photos of Brazilian monuments taken by 109 photographers, half of them registered in Wikipedia after this competition started. Participants photographed the various monuments and historic sites in their region, then uploaded them to Wikimedia Commons.
On November 1st, Wiki Movimento Brasil presented the 10 best photos that won the national competition and will be sent to the international jury. These photographs will be judged and may win prizes defined by the international organizers.
Human Rights & Environment Wikicontest
All human beings depend on the environment in which we live. A safe, clean, healthy and sustainable environment is integral to the full enjoyment of a wide range of human rights, including the rights to life, health, food, water and sanitation. Without a healthy environment, we are unable to fulfill our aspirations or even live at a level commensurate with minimum standards of human dignity. At the same time, protecting human rights helps to protect the environment. When people are able to learn about, and participate in, the decisions that affect them, they can help to ensure that those decisions respect their need for a sustainable environment. - Geneva Environment Network (GEN).
The collection has records of 120,000 specimens of Brazilian fauna and 53,000 specimens of Brazilian flora, especially from the Atlantic Forest, which is part of the biological collection organized by the Brazilian agronomist, ecologist and naturalist Augusto Ruschi throughout his life. Media and metada from this GLAM will contribute with various WikiProjects: Wikipedia, Wikimedia Commons, Wikidata e Wikispecies.
Musica Brasilis - Other 240 music sheets from Brazilian composers. Now there are a total of 600 musical sheets.