Commons:Wiki Loves Monuments 2016 in Bangladesh/People

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Wiki Loves Monuments
2016 in Bangladesh links:

This page lists the people involved in organizing the Wiki Loves Monuments 2016 in Bangladesh and in helping out. Please add your name if you would like to join us! By helping with the organization, you will not be excluding yourself from later participation in the contest.

Further Details: For any queries regarding the competition and technical support please contact at

Core Team[edit]

Task-based volunteers[edit]

Volunteers with specific interests/skills who can help out with particular tasks. Please indicate what you can help with, and your availability

Official supporting partners and potential contestants[edit]

The following Photography groups/clubs agreed to support the Wiki Loves Monuments 2016 in Bangladesh in there volunteer capacity with Wikimedia Bangladesh thus considered as the official supporting partners and potential contestants of this photography contest.

  1. Amateur Photography
  2. Grasshoppers Photographers Community
  3. Travelers of Bangladesh
  4. Through The Lens : Bangladesh
  5. Rajshahi photography society
  6. Jahangirnagar University Photographic Society
  7. Shahjalal University Photographers Association

This is a public photo contest so everyone is welcome to participate whether as a participant, organizational volunteer or both. Add your Wikipedia username here to express your support for the Wiki Loves Monuments 2016 in Bangladesh, or to indicate that you may be interested in joining in with the photography contest during September.

  • Add your name here - Supporter and Contestant


Review the submissions and award prizes. By invitation only.

  • Monirul Alam (Deputy Chief Photo Journalist, The Daily Prothom Alo)
  • Akkas Mahmud (Chief Adviser, Bangladesh Photographic Association)
  • W.carter (Wikimedia Commons)
  • Slaunger (Wikimedia Commons)
  • Tony Jin (Wikimedia Commons)
  • Colin (Wikimedia Commons)