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ICANN56 英才计划和 NextGen@ICANN 计划的申请事务通知

1 月 22 日,ICANN 针对将于 2016 年 6 月在巴拿马共和国巴拿马城举行的 ICANN 第 56 届会议启动了 NextGen@ICANN 计划和英才计划的申请轮次。

鉴于拉丁美洲兹卡病毒严重爆发,ICANN 已于 2 月 5 日宣布 ICANN56 将更换会址。目前,寻找不受兹卡病毒影响的新会址的工作正在稳步推进。ICANN 期待着在未来的 ICANN 会议中,有机会返回巴拿马召开会议。


考虑到 NextGen@ICANN 项目是与会议举办区紧密相连的,因此目前 ICANN 已经暂停了该计划的申请流程,静候新会址的发布。一旦新会址确定,我们将对 ICANN56 的这一计划的状态做出决定。

但合格的英才计划申请人仍旧可在 2016 年 2 月 19 日前提交申请;入选英才计划的学员名单将于 2016 年 3 月 25 日在 ICANN 网站上公开发布。

本轮英才计划申请的特殊之处在于:只有曾经至少参加过一次 ICANN 英才计划的老学员才可提交申请。这一决定源于新的 ICANN 会议战略/ 会议 B 重点关注政策制定和 ICANN 社群的现有工作,因此只有积极参与 ICANN 多利益相关方模型社群活动的本计划老学员才有资格提交申请。


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。

详细了解英才计划的申请流程 »

NextGen@ICANN 计划(目前不提供针对 ICANN56 的申请机会)

NextGen@ICANN 计划仍旧在会议 A、B 和 C 中举办:这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,关注与互联网相关的主题事务。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、域名系统和互联网的未来。

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