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Trip Proposal Section
1) Number of Travelers:
2) Traveler Contact Information and Itinerary:
|3) Special Travel Circumstances, Arrangements, |
Explanations, or Notations:
(Please identify each traveler, as applicable)
Flights from DCA to MSP and Hotel for 3 nights from May 15-May 18 at the conference location. Transportation needed from airport to hotel. Registration fees also needed. They have an early bird fee for Non Profits if paid for by April 6 of $130. After April 6 this fee goes up to $175. Conference reception is $25.
|4) Event/Conference Name, Title, or Descriptor:|
National Digital Inclusion Alliance
|5) Event/Conference Dates:|
|6) Event/Conference Website Link:|
|7) Primary Event/Conference Location:|
|8) ICANN Global Stakeholder Engagement Region:|
9) Activity Sponsors:
Comcast & the Blandin Foundation
10) Proposed Goals and Outcomes:
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One of the main Focus of NARALO is to reach out to areas of the country where we have no current ALSes and also to reach out and engage with groups who have historically been overlooked by ICANN and to try and engage with them and encourage them to learn about ICANN, NARALO. Our goal here is to increase their understanding and encourage them to get involved and advocate for their interests within ICANN. We also plan on educating them on how their organization can become an ALS, how we can help them amplify their voice and advocate for their members. We have a particular focus on low income, native american and other indigenous groups, and people with disability and specific needs. This conference focuses on these groups. A number of the groups we are most interested in engaging with are affiliates of the National Digital Inclusion Alliance and so hope to meet with them and educate them more about NARALO and ICANN.
|11) Additional Information (optional):|
CROPP-FY17 Trip Proposal Template (Jul 2016)