[AFRI-Discuss] Timelines for AFRALO Newsletter - Volume 7 - June 2021
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Timelines for AFRALO Newsletter - Volume 7 - June 2021
Very sure we are safe and keeping safety protocols.
As promised during the last monthly call, here is our call for your
reminder to submit articles, reports of activities from your At-Large
Structures (ALSes) for the Volume 7 of our AFRALO Newsletter.
If you and your At-Large Structure (ALS) have organised any events in the
months of March, April, May & June, please submit your reports and pictures
to the editorial team (remmyn at gmail.com, olivierkouami at gmail.com and
abdeldjalil.bachar at gmail.com) or to the AFRALO Newsletter mailing list
afralo-newsletter at icann.org with our ATTENTION.
Here is our timelines:
30th May 2021 Call for articles and contributions
14 June 2021 First draft ready for comments (Editorial
Team, Newsletter Team)
28 June 2021 Second draft ready
07 July 2021 Final draft sent to ICANN Staff for final
edits and distribution
Please see our previous newsletters here
REMMY NWEKE, mNGE, mGOCOP
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