Alastair Strachan

RIPE NCC Community Projects Fund - Call for Applications is Open

Alastair Strachan
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Call for Applications is open until 24 November 2017


For more than 25 years, the RIPE NCC has been supporting activities and projects for the “good of the Internet”. Community-driven, non-commercial work has been fundamental to the success of the Internet from its earliest days, and continues to play an important role in making the Internet resilient, secure and accessible for everyone.
 
Through the RIPE NCC Community Projects Fund, the RIPE NCC will provide up to EUR 250,000 per year to support projects of value to the operation and resilience of the Internet, with a focus on tools and services that benefit the technical community in Europe, the Middle East and Central Asia. 
 

Apply now to get your project funded!

We want to hear from individuals or organisations that need some financial support to get their projects off the ground or keep them going. There are some important criteria to qualify for support:

  • The project must benefit the Internet (particularly the RIPE community)
  • The project must be non-commercial in nature
  • There must be a clear project plan and timeline
If this sound like your project, we want to hear from you! See our website for more details.
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About the author

Alastair Strachan Based in Amsterdam, Netherlands

Alastair Strachan is Junior External Relations Officer at the RIPE NCC. In this role, he works to strengthen the RIPE NCC's engagement with the RIPE NCC membership, the RIPE community, government, law enforcement and other Internet stakeholders. Alastair coordinates the RIPE NCC Community Projects Fund which gives funding to non-commercial projects that benefit the RIPE community. Prior to his current role, Alastair's career specialised in customer care. Before joining the External Relations team, he worked in the RIPE NCC's Customer Service Department. He studied Design Technology and Computer Aided Design at Paston College and moved from the United Kingdom to The Netherlands in 2010.

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