Public Responsibility at ICANN
ICANN provides the community with the necessary support and tools to carry out public responsibility related activities that enhance the multistakeholder model and support ICANN’s mission.
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Supporting Public Interest Initiatives
ICANN supports public responsibility activities to broaden and strengthen the multistakeholder model through concrete tools and programs. Examples include:
This focus aims to build a global public audience that is knowledgeable of the greater Internet ecosystem.
ICANN Learn is an online learning platform designed to help the global community better understand how ICANN and the Internet work. Courses are built for various skill levels and languages.
The ICANN History Project seeks to preserve ICANN's institutional memory by capturing stories from key figures who helped to shape the organization.
The ICANN Academy Leadership Program is designed for current and incoming leaders, helping them to better understand the complexity of ICANN and elaborate their facilitation skills.
The ICANN Academy Chairing Skills Program focuses on new ICANN Chairs that wish to be coached by their peers.
Supporting Stakeholder Participation
ICANN has established programs to raise awareness and encourage the participation in ICANN's multistakeholder model.
The Newcomer Program provides a starting point for Newcomers to understand what ICANN is and where it fits in the Internet governance ecosystem.
The NextGen@ICANN program’s goal is to help unlock new opportunities and understanding for members of the next generation of Internet users through regional outreach.
The Fellowship Program seeks to create a broader and more globally diverse base of knowledgeable constituents to build capacity within the ICANN multistakeholder model.
This program aims to facilitate the in-person participation of community members with children at ICANN meetings.
(Inactive) This program was designed to improve engagement and retention of new participants within ICANN by creating a structured, year-round onboarding process tailored by and for each community group.
14 Jun 2017
12 Jun 2017
15 May 2017