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'''ICANN Multistakeholder Ethos Award '''is an annual award that ICANN gives to community members "who have served in leadership roles in multiple ICANN working groups or committees and demonstrated collaboration with different supporting organizations and/or advisory committees."<ref>[https://community.icann.org/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=49356979 ICANN Multistakeholder Ethos Award]. Retrieved 15 Sep 2016.</ref>
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'''ICANN Community Excellence Award'''is an annual award that ICANN gives to community members "who have served in leadership roles in multiple ICANN working groups or committees and demonstrated collaboration with different supporting organizations and/or advisory committees."<ref>[https://community.icann.org/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=49356979 ICANN Multistakeholder Ethos Award]. Retrieved 15 Sep 2016.</ref>
 
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==History==
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The Award was first given in 2014, at [[ICANN 50]], in London. ICANN renamed the honor from the Multistakeholder Ethos Award to the Community Excellence Award in January 2020.<ref>[https://www.icann.org/en/announcements/details/icann-launches-dr-tarek-kamel-award-and-opens-nomination-for-icann-community-excellence-award-27-1-2020-en ICANN Launches Kamel Award and Renames Multistakeholder Award, ICANN Announcements]</ref>
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==Overview==
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Recipients have served in roles in multiple ICANN working groups or committees and collaborated with more than one [[Supporting Organizations]] and/or [[Advisory Committee]]s. The recipients have participated in ICANN for at least five years. A panel of community members representing each SO/AC selects recipients annually.
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Nominees must have
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# Demonstrated ability to work across community lines with ICANN Stakeholders toward consensus building;
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# Facilitated dialogue in a fair, collegial manner, shown empathy and a sincere desire to engage with people from other backgrounds, cultures, and interests; and
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# spent time supporting ICANN's multistakeholder model and its overall effectiveness through volunteer service.<ref>[https://community.icann.org/display/soacabout/Multistakeholder+Ethos+Award+2019 About MEA 2019, ICANN Community]</ref> 
 
=== Past Awards ===
 
=== Past Awards ===
 
'''2014, [[ICANN 50|ICANN 50, London]]'''
 
'''2014, [[ICANN 50|ICANN 50, London]]'''
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* [[Nii Quaynor]]
 
* [[Nii Quaynor]]
 
* [[Cheryl Langdon-Orr]]
 
* [[Cheryl Langdon-Orr]]
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'''2016, [[ICANN 56]], Helsinki'''
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* [[Chuck Gomes]]
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* [[Keith Davidson]]
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'''2017, [[ICANN 59]], Johannesburg'''
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* [[Hiro Hotta]]
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* [[Patricio Poblete]]
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'''2018, [[ICANN 62]], Panama City'''
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* [[Stephane Van Gelder|Stéphane van Gelder]]
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'''2019, [[ICANN 65]], Marrakech'''
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* [[Kurt Pritz]]
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'''2020, [[ICANN 68]], Kuala Lumpur'''
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* [[Olivier Crépin-Leblond]]
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'''2021, [[ICANN 71]], The Hague'''
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* [[Marilyn Cade]]
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* [[Rafik Dammak]]
  
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Latest revision as of 17:50, 6 October 2021

ICANN Community Excellence Awardis an annual award that ICANN gives to community members "who have served in leadership roles in multiple ICANN working groups or committees and demonstrated collaboration with different supporting organizations and/or advisory committees."[1]

History

The Award was first given in 2014, at ICANN 50, in London. ICANN renamed the honor from the Multistakeholder Ethos Award to the Community Excellence Award in January 2020.[2]

Overview

Recipients have served in roles in multiple ICANN working groups or committees and collaborated with more than one Supporting Organizations and/or Advisory Committees. The recipients have participated in ICANN for at least five years. A panel of community members representing each SO/AC selects recipients annually. Nominees must have

  1. Demonstrated ability to work across community lines with ICANN Stakeholders toward consensus building;
  2. Facilitated dialogue in a fair, collegial manner, shown empathy and a sincere desire to engage with people from other backgrounds, cultures, and interests; and
  3. spent time supporting ICANN's multistakeholder model and its overall effectiveness through volunteer service.[3]

Past Awards

2014, ICANN 50, London

2015, ICANN 53, Buenos Aires

2016, ICANN 56, Helsinki

2017, ICANN 59, Johannesburg

2018, ICANN 62, Panama City

2019, ICANN 65, Marrakech

2020, ICANN 68, Kuala Lumpur

2021, ICANN 71, The Hague

References