I wanted to make sure you know that applications are open for
InternetNZ fellowships to attend the Global Internet Governance Forum
(IGF) to be held in Bali, Indonesia 21-25 October 2013.
About the IGF:
The IGF is the global multistakeholder Internet event, which brings
together people from all over the world to talk about Internet issues
and policy. Find out more here:
Regional and national IGF initatives, such as our very own event
NetHui, are ideal to feed into the global event. InternetNZ is keen to
encourage the Internet community to attend, especially as this year's
IGF is relatively close to us, in the Asia-Pacific region, being held
in Bali Indonesia.
Find out more about the event here: http://igf2013.or.id/
What's on offer:
These fellowships are designed to enable NetHui participants and the
wider Internet Community to join in the discussions and proceedings
this year in Bali.
InternetNZ is seeking to award Fellowships across the wide range of
interests and topics under discussion at the IGF.
InternetNZ will provide fellowship funding to up to 4 New Zealanders
to attend. Fellowship funding is limited to no more than $2,500, which
will probably require some additional funding to be secured or
provided by the applicant.
Applications close tomorrow 26 July so get an application quick if you
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