NRO NC nominations

Any individual may be nominated with the exception of staff members of any RIR. Self-nominations are permitted. Nominations open at least 90 days before APNIC conferences and close 30 days before APNIC conferences.

APNIC sends notices when nominations open and close to the Asia Pacific Internet community including the APNIC-Announce mailing list.

Who can make a nomination?

Anybody may nominate any person as a candidate.

Who can be nominated?

You may nominate anyone, including yourself, or a representative of your organization.

How to make a nomination?

NRO NC nominations must be received at least 30 days before the APNIC conference. Nominations may be made via the online nominations form available on the APNIC Conference website. The information included with the nomination is to be
in English and should include:

  • Your Details
    • Your name
    • Job Title
    • Organization
    • Email
    • Phone
    • Motivation for nomination
  • Nominee Details
    • Title
    • Name
    • Job Title
    • Organization
    • Email
    • Phone
    • Postal address
    • Country of residence
    • Biographical information

Confirm Nominations

When a nomination is received, the APNIC Secretariat will contact the nominee (by email) to accept or reject their nomination as a candidate for the NRO NC election. If a nominee is not contactable via email or does not respond, then their nomination will not be confirmed and they will not be eligible for election.

The nominee is invited to attend the election held during the APNIC conference. The travel cost for the nominee to attend the conference is not covered by APNIC. It is not necessary for nominees to attend the conference in order to stand for the election. However, those present have an opportunity to make a statement supporting their candidacy.

Nominees are listed on the conference website after APNIC confirms the nominee is able and willing to serve on the NRO NC. Nominees have the opportunity to submit a written statement in support of their nomination. This is published on the relevant conference website. In addition, others may express support for a nominee by completing and submitting another nomination.