The Open Heritage Foundation (OHF) builds from the collaboration with the communities and institutes working towards free knowledge equity and open movement with inclusive initiatives, campaigns, and projects.
The Open Heritage platform offers a set of multidisciplinary conduits for the exchange of expertise and experience amongst the community and institutions aiming to encourage debate and reflection on the importance of the open movement and its impact on communities and our daily life.
Wiki Loves Folklore (WLF) is an international photographic campaign where the photographers can contribute media (photographs, video, and audio) about their local folk culture under free licenses. This photography campaign is focused on the folk culture of different regions, including folk dances, folk music, folk activities, folk games, folk cuisine, folk wear, folklore, and tradition, including ballads, folktales, fairy tales, legends, traditional songs and dance, folk plays, games, seasonal events, calendar customs, folk arts, folk religion, mythology, etc. The campaign is targeted at protecting the world’s intangible cultural heritage.
Feminism and Folklore is an international writing campaign organized annually in the month of February and March to document folk cultures and women in folklore in different regions of the world. The aim of the campaign is to bridge the gender and cultural gap over the internet with emphasis on the content creation about feminism, women’s biographies and gender-focused topics aligned with folklore thematic area.
We organize proofreading campaigns over the Wikisource platform which is a free e-library that provides freely licensed or public domain books free of cost, in different formats, and able to be used for any purpose.