Wikidata:WikiProject Policies

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WikiProject Policies

WikiProject Policies is a Wikidata community project seeking to develop data for policies. Activities include creating Wikidata items for policies, structuring data in policies to make them machine actionable, and developing queries to gain insight about policies in aggregate.


Policies of special and longer term interest to Wikimedia community members are those for privacy, open content, and conduct, as these policies affect the relationships users have with Wikimedia projects and the relationships that Wikimedia users have with other online platforms and communities.

Researchers from outside Wikidata share information about policies here while using information from Wikidata to enrich the information they have collected.

Project activities include -

  • Identifying classes of policies
  • Recommending data models for policies both in general and for specific classes
  • Inviting and encourage documentation, journalism, and research about policies and using Wikidata insights
  • Revealing, building, and maintaining community stakeholdership for the inclusion and management of source metadata in Wikidata.

List of key concepts[edit]


Formalized list of key concepts[edit]

This list is automatically generated from entries at WikiProject Policies (Q59878412).

This list is periodically updated by a bot. Manual changes to the list will be removed on the next update!

WDQS | PetScan | YASGUI | TABernacle | Find images Recent changes | Query: SELECT ?item { wd:Q59878412 wdt:P2650 ?item. SERVICE wikibase:label { bd:serviceParam wikibase:language "[AUTO_LANGUAGE],en" } }


Article description
application programming interface set of subroutine definitions, protocols, and tools for building software and applications
Chatham House Rule system for holding debates and discussion panels on controversial issues
code of conduct set of rules outlining the responsibilities of, or proper practices for, an individual, party or organization
content moderation policy policy for online user submissions
Data Transfer Agreement Agreement governing data transfers, and facilitating compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation in B2B contexts.
online code of conduct code of conduct for a virtual community
policy principle or protocol to guide decisions and achieve rational outcomes
privacy policy statement or a legal document
social media policy organizational policy
water policy Economical concept
End of automatically generated list.

General data model[edit]

Title ID Data type Description Examples Inverse
instance ofP31Iteminstance of: policy (Q1156854) as default, but use a specific class of policy if possibleWikimedia community code of conduct <instance of> online code of conduct-
signatoryP1891Itemsignatory: person, country, or organization that has signed an official document (use P50 for author)U.S. Declaration of Independence <signatory> Benjamin Harrison V, Edward Rutledge and Benjamin Franklin-
inceptionP571Point in timeinception: date or point in time when the organization/subject was founded/createdSociety of Jesus <inception> dissolved, abolished or demolished
main subjectP921Itemtopic: primary topic of a work (see also P180: depicts)Marina <main subject> Rocco Granata-
has partP527Itemhas part and consist of: part of this subject. Inverse property of "part of" (P361). See also "has parts of the class" (P2670)Eurasia <has part> Europe and Asiapart of and member of
part ofP361Itempart: object of which the subject is a part (it's not useful to link objects which are themselves parts of other objects already listed as parts of the subject). Inverse property of "has part" (P527, see also "has parts of the class" (P2670)).ear <part of> headhas part
titleP1476Monolingual textoriginal title and title: published title of a work, such as a newspaper article, a literary work, a website, or a performance workNature <title> Nature-
official websiteP856URLofficial website and home page: URL of the official homepage of an item (current or former) [if the homepage changes, add an additional statement with preferred rank. Do not remove the former URL]Facebook <official website>
described by sourceP1343Iteminformation source: dictionary, encyclopaedia, etc. where this item is describedVladimir K. Zworykin <described by source> Brockhaus Enzyklopädie (19 ed.)-
creatorP170Itemcreator: maker of this creative work or other object (where no more specific property exists)The Potato Eaters <creator> Vincent van Gogh-
replaced byP1366Itemreplacing subject: other person or item which continues the item by replacing it in its role. Use P156 (followed by) if the item is not replaced (e.g. books in a series), nor identical, but adds to the series without dropping the role of this item in that seriesPtolemy XII Auletes <replaced by> Cleopatrareplaces
applies to jurisdictionP1001Itemthe item (an institution, law, public office ...) or statement belongs to or has power over or applies to the value (a territorial jurisdiction: a country, state, municipality, ...)European Central Bank <applies to jurisdiction> Eurozone-



Machine actionable policies
Privacy policies