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    FIDE Call of Interest For Arbiters To Be Selected For World Events

    Please see info on FIDE Arbiters Commission https://arbiters.fide.com/news/6500

    Deadline extended to 15 Jan

    AUS arbiters to have so far expressed interest:

    Gary Bekker
    Andrew Hardegen
    Jamie Kenmure
    Peter Tsai
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    Also copying email received today here:


    Dear Member Federations,

    We are very grateful for the warm welcome to our new selection process to be an arbiter at FIDE world events.

    The call of interest for arbiters that our commission launched in November has been a total success, having surpassed already 500 registration from 106 different federations. You can see a detailed report on our website.

    However, some leading arbiters and active federations are surprisingly still missing from the answers received.We would like to ensure that no one misses out by accident, so the Arbiters' Commission has decided to extend the registration period for a few more days, until January 15, 2022.

    Below you can find the original set of instructions on how to register and become elegible. Please circulate this information among your licensed arbiters and regional federations:

    Who is eligible?

    All FIDE Arbiters and International Arbiters with a valid FIDE license. As we anticipate a large number of responses, applications from Arbiters who are not eligible may simply be disregarded without formal acknowledgement.

    How to apply?

    The process will consist of two steps:

    1. Send an email from your address to secretary.arbiters@fide.com and chairman.arbiters@fide.com with your name, FIDE ID and federation or a link to your FIDE profile, with the subject "Call of Interest 2022-2023".

    2. A survey will be issued in Chamilo* to collect interest in a structured way. You will receive instructions on how to connect and answer. You may have to give your GDPR consent before completing the survey if you are new to the system.


    Further details will follow soon, with explanations on the new process: panels, selection process with GSC, EVE and organisers etc. In the meantime, you may wish to watch the webinar we hosted in 2020 about the same topic, sharing the overall vision of the commission.
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