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At-Large Structure Application Tracking

At-Large Community has two types of membership: 1) At-Large Structures (ALSes), and 2) individual members. ALSes are organizations wholly indepedently from ICANN. When accredited as ALSes, these groups are recognized for meeting ICANN's criteria for involving individual Internet users at the local or issue level in ICANN activities, and for promoting individuals' understanding of, and participation in, ICANN. Up to date, more than 100 countries and territories around the world have accredited ALSes. Currently, North America and Europe accept qualified individual members who apply to become At-Large members without any affiliation with ALSes.

The list below tracks all the ALS applications and their accreditation statuses. 

Learn how to become an individual member here


  • Fantsuam Foundation

    • Kafanchan,
    • Nigeria

  • المنظمة الثقافية للتنمية الإجتماعية

    • أنجمينا,
    • Chad

  • Habaka

    • Antananarivo,
    • Madagascar

  • Aide à l'Enfant du Désert et du Sahel

    • Mali

  • BSDCcongo

    • Congo (Dem. Rep.)

  • Mauritius-Internet Governance Forum (IGF)

    • Port Louis,
    • Mauritius

  • Internet Society Gambia Chapter

    • Serrekunda,
    • Gambia

  • Internet Governance Forum Mauritius

    • Ebene,
    • Mauritius

  • ISOC Gambia

    • Fajara,
    • Gambia

    Application # 210PDF (English)

  • Association Tchadienne pour la Promotion et de Développement de l'Internet au Tchad (ATPDIT)

    • Chad