Volume n.2

The Moleskine Foundation invites readers to discover and experience more of the WikiAfrica Education program.
In this edition of Folios, we showcase our partnership with the Constitution Hill Trust, and give insights into our main activity for getting young South Africans more engaged with the Constitution, and taking more ownership of the digital narrative about their country. Our mass edit-a-thon events, called AfroCuration, are explored through photography and interviews with participants.
This year’s efforts have been largely inspired by the South African Constitution, which we encourage participants towards with the support of digital tools, and a context of creativity, knowledge and activism.

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A WikiAfrica State of Mind
Adama Sanneh, Co-Funder and CEO at Moleskine Foundation, introducing the WikiAfrica Education program.

How we Made the Constitution
Albie Sachs tells us the history of the South African Constitution

Setting the Best Course
A talk delivered by Justice Cameron to the students attending AfroCuration at Constitution Hill, October 5th 2019.

Counting Our Blessings
Interview to Adv Dumisa Ntsebeza during AfroCuration Event held in October 2019 at Constitution Hill, Johannesburg.

The Power of Each Citizen
Interview to Dawn Robertson, CEO at Constitution Hill.

Knowledge, Creativity and Activism
Moleskine Foundation, Constitution Hill and Afropunk Army partnered together to “Write Black Woman into History”.

My Language is Beautiful
Interview to Thando Idebi, Student participating in the AfroCuration event.


Curated by
Papakow Baiden

Edited by
Giulia Brivio

Art Direction & Design
Luca Bogoni

Curatorial theme development
Lwando Xaso

Interview transcriptions
Yours and Media (PTY) Ltd, Melissa Morozzo, Papakow Baiden

Cultural Partner
Constitution Hill TRUST

Special thanks to
Constitution Hill Development Company,
Harambee, Barloworld Ltd, Nando’s South Africa, Bridge, WikimediaZA, Yours and Media (PTY) Ltd, Fondazione Aurora, Favini

Printed at
Galli Thierry stampa, Milan

Favini’s paper Shiro Echo with 100% recycled
fibre; using vegetable-based ink, 100% IPA FREE.

Published by
Moleskine Foundation ETS
Milan, Italy, February 2020

ISBN 978-88-944501-1-8

© Moleskine Foundation, 2019


WikiAfrica Education is a program that seeks to increase the quantity, quality, and awareness of African content online. We drive this primarily with schools and teachers, empowering them with skills and knowledge of digital tools to become knowledge producers. Our annual events, called AfroCuration, are mass Wikipedia editing sessions in which articles are written, improved, or translated.

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