[Alac-sc-outreach] [cropp-rt] ICANN CROP FY19 ready for use by ICANN community
carlton.samuels at gmail.com
Wed Jul 4 10:38:56 UTC 2018
There was a fella named Willie Sutton, a bank robber. He was on trial for
bank robbery when the smug prosecutor asked Willie why he robbed banks.
Willie, nonplussed, responded "That's where the money is!"
Somebody should explain to ICANN Org that outreach works best when you go
where the crowd with the best targets is!
On Tue, 3 Jul 2018, 8:55 pm Dev Anand Teelucksingh, <devtee at gmail.com>
> What it does mean unfortunately is that even EURALO wouldn't be able
> to use CROP FY19 for IGF 2018 in Paris. Similarly, a RALO can't use it
> to attend any national or sub regional IGFs. Which would seem to be
> *the* best opportunities for outreach.
> In the introduction about CROP, this has been said :
> "Community leaders have outlined several key benefits that could be
> achieved through a programmed approach to global outreach:
> 1) Building local/regional awareness and recruitment of new community
> 2) More effectively engaging with current members and/or
> "reactivating” previously engaged ICANN community members; and
> 3) Communicating ICANN’s mission and objectives to new audiences.
> I can see (2) becoming the core focus of CROP from now on as I don't
> see how (1) and (3) can be fulfilled by attending ICANN sponsored
> events since the audience at such events aren't new to ICANN (and even
> for newcomers for ICANN F2F meetings, there are processes/workflows to
> build awareness already (Fellowship, Nextgen) or which can be done
> with travellers (ALAC, regional leaders) already there at such events.
> I suppose a RIR meeting might be a potential for outreach, but (and I
> would appreciate comments from those that have attended RIR meetings)
> aren't the majority of such attendees either already aware of ICANN or
> ineligible to join At-Large ?
> The only ICANN sponsored events that could be for outreach are events
> created by ICANN that are part of some of the regional strategic plans
> like roadshow events and for launch of projects like the Virtual DNS
> Entrepreneurship Center that was done for the Caribbean. The O&E
> should start cataloging such possible CROP worthwhile events.
> Dev Anand
> Dev Anand
> On Tue, Jul 3, 2018 at 9:04 PM Judith Hellerstein
> <judith at jhellerstein.com> wrote:
> > Hi Dev
> > In Benedetta’s email and discussion in her talk with us she said that if
> there is no icann meeting in your region you can use a trip to your RIR.
> After you use that trip that we can use the other 2 trips for something we
> have identified in our outreach strategy,
> > In our talk with her we mentioned that at large is not allowed to attend
> the GDD meetings. In an earlier email to her I argued for us to be able to
> attend our RIR meetings as these are in line with icann policy, she stated
> that they were in the process of writing the guidelines. So was glad to see
> these changes were adopted. Benedetta said had no idea about the GDD so
> sorry she used it as an example.
> > I have a copy of her slides
> > Best
> > Judith
> > Sent from my iPhone
> > Judith at jhellerstein.com
> > Skype ID:Judithhellerstein
> > > On Jul 3, 2018, at 8:40 PM, Dev Anand Teelucksingh <devtee at gmail.com>
> > >
> > > No.
> > > Each RALO is allocated up to three (3) individual regional trips, to
> > > be utilized for the following events occurring in that respective
> > > RALO’s region in a financial year (FY), and in accordance with the
> > > goals, strategies, and expected activities and outcomes detailed in
> > > each RALO’s Outreach Strategic Plan:
> > > (a) an ICANN Public Meeting; or
> > > (b) an official meeting organized by the ICANN Organization (e.g. the
> > > GDD Summit); or
> > > (c) if there is no Public Meeting or official ICANN meeting occurring
> > > in that RALO’s region in that FY, a meeting in that region that is
> > > assessed by the relevant regional Global Stakeholder Engagement (GSE)
> > > regional vice-president as being: (i) directly and demonstrably
> > > related to ongoing ICANN policy, advisory or technical activities
> > > (e.g. a Regional Internet Registry meeting), and (ii) consistent with
> > > the ICANN Organization’s outreach plan for that region.
> > >
> > > Where a RALO has used at least one (1) trip to an ICANN Public Meeting
> > > or official ICANN-organized meeting occurring in its region, it may
> > > use its remaining allocation(s) for a meeting occurring in its region
> > > that is assessed by the relevant regional Global Stakeholder
> > > Engagement (GSE) regional vice-president as being directly and
> > > demonstrably related to ongoing ICANN policy, advisory or technical
> > > activities (e.g. a Regional Internet Registry meeting).
> > >
> > > An “official meeting organized by the ICANN Organization” means a
> > > meeting where the programming, logistics and other arrangements are
> > > solely or primarily the responsibility of the ICANN Organization. By
> > > way of example, this will include the GDD Summit but not any other
> > > conference or event where ICANN’s involvement is in the form of minor
> > > funding or sponsorship in kind (e.g. providing small gifts for
> > > inclusion in conference bags or permitting the ICANN logo to be used
> > > on a brochure), sending delegates (whether staff or community members
> > > funded via other means), or is as an invited speaker.
> > >
> > > Dev Anand
> > > On Tue, Jul 3, 2018 at 6:26 PM Bartlett Morgan
> > > <bartlett.morgan at gmail.com> wrote:
> > >>
> > >> " The new CROP allocates up to three regional trips to each of the
> five Regional At-Large Organizations (RALOs) and each eligible constituency
> in the Generic Names Supporting Organization (GNSO) – Business Constituency
> (BC), Intellectual Property Constituency (IPC), Internet Service Providers
> and Connectivity Providers Constituency (ISPCP), Non-Commercial Users
> Constituency (NCUC), and Not-for-Profit Operational Concerns Constituency
> (NPOC). With a few specific exceptions as detailed in the new guidelines,
> these allocations are to be used mainly for outreach activities at ICANN
> Public Meetings in the relevant region or official regional meetings
> organized by the ICANN org. "
> > >>
> > >> Typo?
> > >> --
> > >> Kind regards,
> > >> Bartlett D. Morgan
> > >>
> > >>
> > >>
> > >>> On Tue, 3 Jul 2018 at 16:39, Dev Anand Teelucksingh <
> devtee at gmail.com> wrote:
> > >>>
> > >>> Read the blog post :
> > >>>
> > >>> and the CROP FY19 wiki at https://community.icann.org/x/pIRHBQ
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