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35 becarios de 26 países han sido seleccionados para participar en el Programa de Becas de ICANN en la reunión pública número 48 que tendrá lugar en Buenos Aires, Argentina, del 17 al 21 de noviembre de 2013. Doce de los becarios ya lo habían sido en al menos uno de los últimos 19 programas, 15 asisten por primera vez a una reunión de ICANN, y 8 han asistido a reuniones en el pasado, pero son becarios por primera vez. Los becarios representan a todos los sectores de la sociedad, incluida la sociedad civil, el gobierno, el sector académico, empresarial y sin fines de lucro y grupos de usuarios. También están representadas las Organización de apoyo para nombres de dominio con códigos de país

Sigue la lista de los becarios seleccionados:

  • Adrian Quesada Rodriguez – Costa Rica – Academic
  • Ahmed Bakhat Masood – Pakistan – Gov't
  • Ali Almeshal – Bahrain – Civil
  • Andreas Sifiso Diamini – Swaziland – Gov't
  • Ann Ibrahim – Egypt – Gov't
  • Beatriz Rodriguez – Uruguay – Academic
  • Bikram Shrestha – Nepal – Not For Profit
  • Bryton Focus – United Republic of Tanzania – Not For Profit
  • Claudia Giuliana Silva Jauregui – Peru – Gov't
  • Craig Nesty – Dominica – Business
  • Edwin Opare – Ghana – Gov't
  • Emani Fakaotimanava-Lui – Niue – Not For Profit
  • Hassan Zaheer – Pakistan – Business
  • Hossam Hassan – Egypt – Business
  • Hugo Alexander Cuenca Espinosa – Ecuador – Academic
  • Kinfemicheal Yilma Desta – Ethiopia – Academic
  • Leon Felipe Sanchez Ambia – Mexico – Academic
  • Lianna Galstyan – Armenia – Not For Profit
  • Maria Sofia Zerbino Rachetti – Uruguay – Not For Profit
  • Marilia Maciel – Brazil – Academic
  • Mauricio Oviedo Calderon – Costa Rica – Not For Profit
  • Mohamed Adas – West Bank and Gaza – End User
  • Mohamed Elshaikh – Sudan – Academic
  • Natalie Rose – Jamaica – Academic
  • Noha Fathy – Egypt – Not For Profit
  • Ping Yang – People's Republic of China – End User
  • Roxana Radu – Romania – Academic
  • Samson Yoseph Esayas – Ethiopia – Academic
  • Sequera Maricarmen – Paraguay – End User
  • Shahzad Ahmad – Pakistan – Not For Profit
  • Victoria Rosca – Moldova – Gov't
  • Vivek Goyal – India – Business
  • Walid Al-Saqaf – Yemen – Academic
  • Yusif Amadu – Ghana – Academic
  • Zheng Wang – People's Republic of China – Academic

ICANN ha recibido 132 solicitudes de becas para la reunión de Buenos Aires. Las solicitudes de cada reunión son evaluadas por un comité de selección independiente. Se les da prioridad a los solicitantes que cumplan con los requisitos mínimos del programa, que sean residentes actuales de países en desarrollo y de países menos adelantados de las cinco regiones de ICANN, y que estén interesados en participar en ICANN y sus organizaciones de apoyo, comités asesores y grupos de interés.

Haga clic aquí para obtener más información sobre el programa de becas y sobre cómo puede presentar su solicitud para el mismo (en inglés): http://www.icann.org/en/about/participate/fellowships


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