After a successful first run, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) will be holding a second iteration of the "ICANN for Beginners: An Introduction" webinar.
The webinar is tailored to those new to ICANN and will give a high-level overview of how the Internet works, what ICANN is, what its role in the Internet infrastructure is, and why and how participants get involved in ICANN.
"ICANN for Beginners: An Introduction" is part of the new ICANN for Beginners Virtual Program, which comprises a series of interactive webinars that provide participants an overview of the global Internet ecosystem. The program also offers guidance on how newcomers can join the global community and help shape Internet governance.
Moderated by experienced ICANN organization staff members, the program aims to broaden participants' knowledge about, and foster participation in ICANN.
How to participate:
Participating is easy, free, and open to all. No prior technical or Internet governance experience is necessary. "ICANN for Beginners: An Introduction" will be held during two time slots (You only need to register for one of the webinars.):
Closing date for registration: 24 April 2023. The webinars are in English only. Recordings will be posted here after the webinars.
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