The final list of selected fellows for APSIG2021 face-to-face edition is as follows;
Abdullah Qamar - Pakistan Abdullah Afzal Raja - Pakistan Ahmad Zia Yousufi - Afghanistan Aliza Basharat - Pakistan Ananda Niraula - Nepal Ashirwad Tripathy - Nepal Brinda Dash - India Faig Farmanov - Azerbaijan Hamna Noor - Pakistan Kaarika Das - India KAPIL GOYAL - India Lianna Galstyan - Armenia (funded by APTLD)
MD IMRAN HOSSEN - Bangladesh MH Masum - Bangladesh Mohamed Shareef - Maldives Mostofa-Al Mahmud - Bangladesh (funded by APTLD)
Naeem Uddin - Pakistan Namra Naseer - Pakistan Nazrul Abu Zhar - Malaysia Paribhasha Pradhan - Nepal Rijul Arora - India Rilla Gusela Sumisra - Indonesia Samik Kharel - Nepal SAYDA KAMRUN JAHAN - Bangladesh Shradha Pandey - India Shrutee Bepari - India Shveta Ashish Kokash - India TRANG NGOC NGUYEN - Vietnam
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Fellowship Committee Members;
Mubashir Sargana - Committee Chair Srinivas Chendi Sazeena Karki Shamsullah Shams Kashif Adeel Dayanidhi Krishna Hanan Khatib Khulan Batbayar Sagarika Wickramasekera Mahee Kirindigoda
APSIG Conference Program is meant to identify candidates who deserve
support for participating major conferences on Internet and Digital
Governance including Internet Governance Forum. The program, supported
by APSIG and others, started in 2016.The APSIG Finance Committee will handle the Conference Fellowships. The Committee will use the following procedure to identify candidates:
1- Candidates submit a Conference Fellowship application with the workshop proposal, session proposal or paper with or without the acceptance letter from the relevant conference.2- Preference will be given to candidates with the accepted workshop proposals, session proposals or the paper from developing countries.3- After the conference, the selected fellows are required to submit a report to APSIG.
Why APSIG Conference Fellowship Program?
We would like to see many Internet governance leaders and experts in Asia Pacific to participate IGF and other major Internet/Digital governance conferences actively. Unfortunately, financial supports to participate these conferences are very limited. We decided to create Amazon/APSIG Fellowship Program for active participation to IGF. Later, we changed the name to APSIG Conference Fellowships. APSIG focuses more on APSIG alumni.
We also recommend all national SIGs and IGFs to sustain active participation to IGF among other major conferences to develop good SIG curriculum and IGF program as well as developing global human networks through active participation to the conferences.