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通知:“ICANN 多利益相关方精神奖”提名期现已开放 | 2017 年 3 月 20 日截止提名


ICANN 非常高兴地提醒社群成员 ICANN"多利益相关方精神奖"的提名现已开放,提名截止时间为 2017 年 3 月 20 日

理想的获奖人应已在 ICANN 的多个工作组、委员会中担任职务,并曾与多个支持组织和/或咨询委员会展开过重要合作。

本奖项候选人必须参加 ICANN 社群工作至少 5 年以上。


  1. 证实候选人能够跨越社群界限,与熟悉和不熟悉的 ICANN 利益相关方们展开合作,旨在构建共识与合作,充实 ICANN 的多利益相关方模型;
  2. 证实候选人可以通过公平与合议的形式,促进对话和公开讨论,透过同情理解而发扬合作精神,并诚挚渴望与来自其他背景、文化和拥有不同兴趣的人群进行交流;和
  3. 证实候选人在支持 ICANN 多利益相关方模型及其整体效率的过程中,通过参与工作组或委员会的志愿服务,做出了额外贡献。


获奖者名单将在 2017 年 6 月举办的 ICANN59 约翰内斯堡公共会议上正式揭晓。如需了解更多有关本奖项的信息,请咨询ICANN 社群维基页面


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