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ICANN 第 55 届会议英才计划和 NextGen 计划申请轮次现已开放

今天,针对参加 2016 年 3 月在摩洛哥马拉喀什举行的 ICANN 第 55 届会议,ICANN 启动了 NextGen 计划和英才计划的申请轮次。本轮申请将于 2015 年 10 月 16 日截止,入选名单将于 2015 年 12 月 11 日在 ICANN 网站公开发布。


ICANN 英才计划项目旨在寻找来自发展中国家的参会人,有助于拓展明智选民的基础,使其能够参与到多利益相关方的流程中来,凭借其经验来表达其所在地区和其他地区的心声。自 2007 年设立以来,英才计划项目已经组建了一个强大的团体,包含一批在互联网生态系统内,活跃在 ICANN 各大社群和各互联网治理实体机构内的参与人。他们的参与方式包括:撰写文章或博客、针对自下而上的政策制定流程提供在线评论或亲自发表评论、参与互联网大会和专家组讨论、在工作组中执笔撰文、为新成员提供指导、为地区领导人提供支持,或是自行成为地区领导人。


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NextGen 计划

NextGen@ICANN 计划是基于教育和认知的体验计划,针对更年轻、更地区化的更小一群参与人。申请人必须介于 18 至 30 岁之间,居住在会议所在地区,并具备一定的高等教育水平。每位入选成员将就社群相关主题发言 5-10 分钟。最新的发言主题包括互联网治理、DNS 和互联网未来。

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