Initiatives calendar

 
 
 

January

 
 
 
  • IPv6 Challenge
  • Competition where participants use the tasks proposed by the challenge as a starting point to kick off their IPv6 deployment or advance in this process. Audience: individuals and institutions in the LACNIC service region that wish to begin and/or advance in their IPv6 deployment.
 
 
 

February

 
 
 
 
 

March

 
 
  • Fellowship Program
  • Supports participation in LACNIC events, providing fellows with the opportunity to meet and interact with leaders of the technical community. Audience: members of the Latin American and Caribbean technical community.
 
 
 

April

 
 
 
 
  • +Raíces
  • Promotes the installation of anycast root server copies in the countries of the LACNIC region. Audience: Latin American and Caribbean organizations interested in hosting a root server copy.
 
 
 
 
 

May

 
 
 
 
 

June

 
 
 
  • Líderes 2.0
  • Provides funding and mentoring for research initiatives. Audience: individuals involved in Internet governance in their communities.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

August

 
 
  • FRIDA
  • Provides support in the form of grants and awards to Latin American and Caribbean projects, initiatives, or solutions that contribute to the consolidation of a global, open, stable, and secure Internet. Audience: multiple organizations
  • IT Women Mentoring Program
  • Promotes the professional development of women who are part of the regional technical Internet community by offering six months of mentoring to prepare a technical paper. Audience: Latin American and Caribbean women working in technology interested in authoring a technical paper.
January IPv6 Challenge
February
March Fellowship Program +Raíces
April
May FRIDA
June Líderes 2.0
August IT Women Mentoring Program

IPv6 Challenge

Competition where participants use the tasks proposed by the challenge as a starting point to kick off their IPv6 deployment or advance in this process. Audience: individuals and institutions in the LACNIC service region that wish to begin and/or advance in their IPv6 deployment.

Fellowship Program

Supports participation in LACNIC events, providing fellows with the opportunity to meet and interact with leaders of the technical community. Audience: members of the Latin American and Caribbean technical community.

+Raíces

Promotes the installation of anycast root server copies in the countries of the LACNIC region. Audience: Latin American and Caribbean organizations interested in hosting a root server copy.

FRIDA

Provides support in the form of grants and awards to Latin American and Caribbean projects, initiatives, or solutions that contribute to the consolidation of a global, open, stable, and secure Internet. Audience: multiple organizations

Líderes 2.0

Provides funding and mentoring for research initiatives. Audience: individuals involved in Internet governance in their communities.

IT Women Mentoring Program

Promotes the professional development of women who are part of the regional technical Internet community by offering six months of mentoring to prepare a technical paper. Audience: Latin American and Caribbean women working in technology interested in authoring a technical paper.

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