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About Internet Society 27 November 2019

Winners of the 2019 Chapterthon To Be Announced On 11 December – Voting Is Open Now!

Christine Saegesser Baethge
By Christine Saegesser BaethgeSenior Director, Chapters and Individual Members

We’re thrilled to showcase this year’s creative, innovative and impactful projects aimed at ‘Connecting the Unconnected’. These short-term projects were run by twenty-eight of our Chapters that participated in the 2019 Chapterthon. We highly encourage you to take a few minutes to view the amazing work accomplished by your peers, and vote for your favorite project.

The winners of the 2019 Chapterthon will be announced during the upcoming Community Forum on 11 December, 13:00 UTC. Please join us in celebrating the amazing projects. The winning Chapters will be rewarded with a 1st prize of 3000 USD, 2nd prize of 2000 USD, and 3rd prize of 1000 USD. 

Make your vote count before 6 December: vote now

Find out who the winners are on 11 December: register here.


Image credit: © Internet Society / Nyani Quarmyne / Panos Pictures

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