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APTLD Fellowship for ICANN64

Application Deadline: December 14, 2018

The
Asia Pacific Top Level Domain Association (APTLD) is pleased to call for
applications for its
1 (one) APTLD Fellowship for ICANN64 (Kobe,
Japan 10-14 March 2019).

The
Fellowship provides travels and accommodation, and daily subsistence (per diem)
support for a successful applicant for the
above dates of the Meeting,
including the arrival date of 10 March, the departure date of 14 March, the opening
day of ICANN64 and two ccNSO Meeting days, and side events on those dates.

Proposals
should consider the following:

How
the Fellow can pro-actively contribute to the ICANN meeting by making a
presentation on his/her registry’s operational, technical etc. activities and
practices at one of the ccNSO Meeting Days;

What
benefits the Fellow expects to take away as major outcomes and lessons learnt
at the Meeting and how he/she would foresee their further implementation
domestically.

Fellowships
are awarded to those candidates whose proposals show the greatest potential and
eagerness to network and explore new opportunities for enhancement their
personal capacity and that of their registry. Please keep this in mind when
preparing your application, and please be specific.

For the
complete list of supporting documents for the application please refer to the
APTLD Fellowship Policy at
:

Eligibility

Typically, APTLD Fellowships are open to both Ordinary and Associate APTLD
members, from developing countries and territories, and registries with the
number of registrations under 50,000; however, the APTLD Board makes its final
decision basing on a broader consideration of some other factors and with
account of logistics and financial aspects.
For the complete list of eligibility criteria, which is the same as the
one for APTLD Fellowship, please visit the APTLD website at
:

and

Expectations

In
return for the acceptance of a Fellowship, APTLD expects the following from its
recipients:

Participation
in the relevant sessions and ccNSO sessions in particular during ICANN64
(details will be made available soon).

Delivery
of a presentation as a part of the ccNSO Meeting agenda.

Post-meeting,
submission of a written testimonial (soft copy), including a special section
detailing the relevance of the Meeting and major takeaways from it for the
Fellow.

For the full information of the APTLD Fellowship
policy and to familiarize yourself with previous APTLD Fellows’ testimonials,
please visit
https://www.aptld.org/about/about-policies.html and https://www.aptld.org/documents/others.html.