Larus Foundation was established in 2018. We aim to raise the public’s awareness on the Internet’s policy development so as to improve the future of the Internet.Through the Foundation’s Fellowship Programme, we provide support for various parties, particularly students and academics to participate inpolicy-making and Internet governance conferences.
We understand that the general public’s exposure to policy making is limited while some capable candidates who are interested in policy may not have sufficient funds to pursue further studies in this field.
What we aim is to support the following two parties:
The general public by education;
People who are interested in pursuing further studies by financial support.
We hope to create a better Internet for the next generation by doing so.
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The Fellowship Programme is designed to inspire more young people into number policy making and future Internet governing by sponsoring them to take part in different RIR (Regional Internet Registry)’s meeting and engage in policy-making discussion so as to help build a better Internet for future generations.