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- Multiple travelers are asked to collaborate as a team in pulling together the appropriate information.
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Trip Proposals must be approved within the Organization/Structure and Regional GSE Team at least six (6) weeks before the event start date.
Questions about this program should be directed to: CROP Staff.
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Trip Proposal Section
LINK TO TRIP ASSESSMENT : NCUC Trip Assessment 5 DRAFT
1) Number of Travelers:
2) Traveler Contact Information and Itinerary:
|3) Special Travel Circumstances, Arrangements, |
Explanations, or Notations:
(Please identify each traveler, as applicable)
|Renata confirmed Liz's travel dates (5-8 May are the dates taken from Liz's email) AIS will be held from 29th April to 11th May with AFNOG. But considering the maximum funding days, Liz plans to attend the last week of policy sessions, which she states is 8th-11th May.|
|4) Event/Conference Name, Title, or Descriptor:||African Internet Summit (AIS)|
|5) Event/Conference Dates:|
|6) Event/Conference Website Link:||https://www.internetsummit.africa/|
|7) Primary Event/Conference Location:|
8) Indicate whether it is a regional trip OR an out-of-region trip.
|9) ICANN Global Stakeholder Engagement Region:||Africa|
10) Activity Sponsors:
|ICANN; Autorité de Régulation des Télécommunications et des Postes; Ministry of Communication, Telecommunications, Posts and Digital Economy of Senegal; AFRNIC; AfNOG|
11) Proposed Goals and Outcomes:
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1) Presentation of a session collaboratively built by NCUC members and submitted during the period of the event call for proposals. There will also be informal meetings addressing presentation of the Constituency with key stakeholders. GSE has been in conversations to include member in ICANN presentations.
2) During last year's AIS, Liz volunteered to conduct regional NCUC outreach by coordinating their role at the information desk. She mobilized the ICANNWiki trainees, whom she mentored and trained to help with the outreach desk. For this year, she plans to work with ICANN’s regional engagement teams on ICANN sessions, and her main focus will be on promoting the NCUC and its role at ICANN.
3) NCUC plans to recruit an even more diverse membership from the region and prepare members to understand engagement in ICANN within context, investing also in inreach training of members at the event.
4) Relationship with regional strategies and outreach plans is certifiable by conversations with GSE and planning efforts for outreach in the region along with other Africa leadership.
5) NCUC has recently initiated a Policy Course which has brought new materials into internet policy discussions and this will be one of many themes which will be shared in the event.
|12) Additional Information (optional):|
CROP Trip Proposal Template (May 2017)