[arin-announce] Now Posted on the ARIN Blog – 2021 ARIN Community Grant Program Final Reports
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Fri Dec 2 10:32:14 EST 2022
Blog posts sharing the final reports from the three 2021 ARIN Community Grant Program recipients are now published, so you can read about how these organizations have been hard at work the past year using the grant funds to improve the overall Internet industry and Internet user environment.
First up is Diplo.US, who completed a research project and policy paper on participation in digital standard setting in the ARIN community — with specific emphasis on small, developing countries in the Caribbean region.
Read more about the Diplo.US project here:
Second, Glenn McKnight and Alfredo Calderon of the Virtual School on Internet Governance (VSIG) share details about phase two of their project providing free online Internet governance courses.
Read more about the VSIG project here:
Last but not least, E. Marie Brierley of Saatvik Research shares details about phase two of their project creating an integrated database of IPv6 adoption.
Read more about the Saatvik project here:
We’d like to recognize all three Community Grant Program recipients for their hard work and dedication over the past year to complete these projects, and we wish them much success as they continue their endeavors.
About the ARIN Community Grant Program
ARIN provides financial grants in support of initiatives that improve the overall Internet industry and Internet user environment. Are you working on a project that advances ARIN’s mission and broadly benefits the Internet community within the ARIN region through informational outreach, research, Internet technical improvements, or Registry processes and technology improvements? Visit the ARIN Community Grant Program page for more information and to find out how your organization can apply in 2023: https://www.arin.net/about/community_grants/program/.
American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN)
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