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十五名候选人成功入选 NextGen@ICANN59 计划

ICANN 于今日宣布来自非洲各高等院校的 15 名成员现已入选参加将于 2017 年 6 月 26 日至 29 日在南非约翰内斯堡市召开的"ICANN59 政策论坛"。这些学生的攻读专业多种多样,包括:政策、计算机科学、技术、法律和传播学。另外,曾经参加过 ICANN 会议 NextGen 计划的五名成员还将担任会议使节,为新成员提供服务。

这些成员在提交网上申请并达到初始项目要求后,一家独立的遴选委员会则对每位候选人进行评估。成功入选的标准为:他们的现有研究,以及他们对互联网生态系统中与全球政策和互联网治理相关工作的兴趣。候选人必须承诺在会议周期间与 ICANN 社群展开交流和学习,并针对 ICANN 的工作及其研究课题发表一次 10-15 分钟的演讲。

以下为入选参加 ICANN59 会议的成员名单:

艾米·倪杰 (Amie Njie) 冈比亚大学 (University of The Gambia)
埃米拉·艾莎赫特·亚伯拉罕·默罕默德 (Amira Elshahat Ibrahim Mahmoud) 苏伊士运河大学 (Suez Canal University)
凯撒·陈贝兹 (Ceaser Chembezi) 马拉维大学 (University of Malawi)
埃里克·金玛缇 (Eric Kimathi) 埃格顿大学 (Egerton University)
法罗比·奥卢瓦菲米·阿约顿德 (Falobi Oluwafemi Ayotunde) 乔斯大学 (University of Jos)
弗朗西·蒙扬格·奥缇亚戈 (Francie Monyango Otiengo) 肯尼亚法学院 (Kenya School of Law)
约瑟芬·埃尔 (Josephine Eyre) 莱斯特政策与国际关系学院 (Leicester, School of Politics & International Relations)
茉莉西亚·阿布杜尔 (Mauricia Abdol) 西开普大学 (University of the Western Cape)
尼尔森·詹姆士·瓦杰 (Nelson James Kwaje) 肯尼亚技术大学 (Technical University of Kenya)
诺姆萨·蓝波 (Nomsa Mlambo) 开普敦大学 (University of Cape Town)
奥姆·桑嘉尔 (Oumou SANGARE) 巴马科科技大学 (Sciences and Technics of Bamako)
萨曼莎·纳吉·奥东科尔 (Samantha Narkie ODonkor) 加纳大学 (UNIVERSITY OF GHANA)
塞菲丁·阿赫迈得·法蒂·埃瑟赫利 (Seifeldin Ahmed Fathy Elsehely) 开罗大学 (Cairo University)——工程学教师
沃尔特·弗朗西斯科·莫约 (Walter Francisco Moyoh) 乌干达大学 (University of Uganda)
沃瑟·迪克曼 (Walther Dieckmann) 南非大学 (University of South Africa) 计算机科学

计划使节 安瑞·凡·德·斯普(Anri van der Spuy)——南非——ICANN50 会议
计划使节 马里利亚·蒙特洛(Marilia Monteiro)——巴西——ICANN53 会议
计划使节 默罕默德·阿卜杜而·阿瓦尔·郝拉德 (Mohammad Abdul Awal Haolader)——孟加拉——ICANN57 会议
计划使节 帕威尔·卢托基 (Pavel Loutocky)——捷克共和国——ICANN56 会议
计划使节 赞纳·德赫勒斯 (Zaina Deghles)——巴勒斯坦国——ICANN57 会议

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