Do you have a best practice, project solution or case study you want to share with the broader community? A recent market development from your ccTLD, or perhaps some legal or operational news that is engaging, relevant and informative to other ccTLDs from across the world? We want to hear from you!
On 6 and 7 October 2021, there will be the next edition of the virtual ccTLD News Sessions, organized by the ccNSO Meetings Programme Committee (MPC). The MPC has now issued a call for presentations and is seeking speakers on a variety of ccTLD-related topics.
The deadline for submitting a presentation proposal is 13 September 2021 (23:59 UTC).
How to apply?
Please send your presentation proposal – including the information below - to Joke Braeken (email@example.com), no later than 13 September 2021 (23:59 UTC)
- Title of your presentation
- First name of the presenter
- Last name of the presenter
- ccTLD of the presenter
- Short summary of your presentation (max 10 sentences)
- Profile picture, to be used when promoting the agenda
The ccNSO Meeting Programme Committee looks forward to your suggestions. Thank you!
Each proposal for a presentation is reviewed and evaluated by MPC. The agenda for the upcoming ccTLD News Session will become public mid-September 2021. A preparatory meeting for presenters will be held on 23 September, followed by a dry-run on 30 September.
There will be 2 options to participate to the pre-ICANN71 Virtual ccTLD News Sessions: Wednesday, 6 October 2021 (13 UTC) and Thursday, 7 October 2021 (6 UTC). Each session will have a separate agenda.
About the ccTLD News Sessions
Previous editions of the ccTLD News Sessions had an excellent collection of case studies, statistics, new developments, trends and more. The ccTLD News Sessions have been a part of the ccNSO Members Meetings for several years and has provided a global platform for both experienced and new people to meet, share experiences and discuss ccTLD-related aspects. For reference, the most recent session was held prior to ICANN71. Read more here.