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In a blog post pertaining to the initiative, ICANN pointed to [[NetMission]]'s support of the endeavor, and expressed gratitude at the organization's level of collaboration in refining the initiative.<ref>[https://www.icann.org/search/#!/?searchText=NextGen@ICANN NextGen Program. Retrieved 01 April 2015.]</ref>
 
In a blog post pertaining to the initiative, ICANN pointed to [[NetMission]]'s support of the endeavor, and expressed gratitude at the organization's level of collaboration in refining the initiative.<ref>[https://www.icann.org/search/#!/?searchText=NextGen@ICANN NextGen Program. Retrieved 01 April 2015.]</ref>
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== Presence at ICANN58 ==
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=== NextGen@ICANN58 ===
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* [[Chawana Huangsuntornchai]] - Leiden University
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* [[Clement Genty]] - Arts & Metiers ParisTech
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* [[Peter Cihon]]- Emmanuel College, University of Cambridge
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* [[Desara Dushi]] - University of Luxembourg
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* [[Olga Kyryliuk]]- National University of Kiev
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* [[Matthias Markus Hudobnik]]- University of Graz
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* [[Katharin Tai]]- University of Oxford
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* [[Luã Fergus Oliveira da Cruz]]- Nova University of Lisbon
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* [[Abderrahman Ait Ali]]- KTH Royal Institute of Technology
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* [[Valeriia Filinovych]]- National University of Kyiv
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* [[Yousra HSINA]]- Institut National des Sciences appliquées de Renne
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* [[Krishna Kumar Rajamannar]]- Hertie School of Governance, Berlin
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* [[Nertil Bërdufi]]- University of Tirana
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* [[Carolina Matamoros Ferro]] - Hertie School of Governance
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* [[Jacqueline Anita Eggenschwiler]] - University of Oxford
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* [[Rachel Pollack Ichou]] – Program Ambassador U.S.
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* [[Laurin B Weissinger]] – Program Ambassador Germany
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* [[Rusu Andreea Madalina]] – Program Ambassador Romania
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* [[Sheilla Ayot Nyeko]] - Program Ambassador Uganda
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* [[Stefan Kovac]] – Program Ambassador Serbia
  
 
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Revision as of 17:21, 20 December 2016

NextGen at ICANN is an outreach initiative created by ICANN. Up to 25 end-users and stakeholders are introduced to ICANN during conferences through an "inclusive, supportive, and tailored program." The initiative began at ICANN 49, and featured 25 participants between the ages of 18 and 30. It is a regionally based initiative meant to engage undergraduate and graduate students and introduce them to ICANN.

Beginnings

NextGen at ICANN grew from the work of ICANN's Strategy Panel on the Public Responsibility Framework as a way to build trust and communication within the Internet community. Its goals include maintaining a "stable, inclusive, and accessible Internet across the globe..." Additionally, the organization seeks to continually engage what the community perceives to be the "next generation" in the Internet ecosystem.

In a blog post pertaining to the initiative, ICANN pointed to NetMission's support of the endeavor, and expressed gratitude at the organization's level of collaboration in refining the initiative.[1]

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Selection Committee

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Members

Ambassadors

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According to ICANN's website, the organization received over 200 applications within their 10-day application period. The NextGen selection committee selected 17 of the 200 applicants to attend ICANN 53 in Buenos Aires.

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References