[Alac-sc-outreach] The Upcoming EURALO activities in Eastern Europe region
filinafilka at gmail.com
Wed Jul 3 22:19:28 UTC 2019
thank you for the comments and important notes.
Please be so kind to find my thoughts below:
Yes, we definetely will focus on the fact that in addition to ALSs, every
RALO in general and EURALO particular welcome individuals. And it is
especially important to note that the active core of Euralo is big group of
the individual members.
South Caucasus.The last webinar was attended by Liana Galstyan as APRALO
leader. We will give a general information about At-Large (as I see my
role), the presence of observers and blur the boundaries of the geography
to work just in 1 RALO. I believe the participants of this and the next
webinars must have as possible a full information about the possibility to
find their regional landing in our community.
The UA topic will be mentioned, as well as all EURALO hot topics, as a call
to contribute the development of them, to add the valuable information
about the domestic problems, achievements and sourses of the progress in
the technology side and the interest of end users.
Officer of SIG IoT (ISOC)
Member of EURALO Individuals’ Association
Member of ALAC Subcommittee on Outreach and Engagement
+7 906 722 54 61
пт, 28 июн. 2019 г. в 12:01, Roberto Gaetano <roberto_gaetano at hotmail.com>:
> Hi Natalia
> Two comments.
> - when doing outreach please do not target only potential ALSes but
> also individual users - I know you have that in mind, but I did not see it
> explicitly in your report
> - one of the commitment ALAC has taken is to be the ambassadors for
> Universal Acceptance - please make sure that among the activities planned
> in the region you bring this message forward
> I also have a question. Since the region you mention covers not only
> European countries but also South Caucasus and Central Asia, would it make
> sense to coordinate also with APRALO?
> About South Caucasus, our EURALO Individual Users association has already
> individual users joining as observers - this opportunity could be
> highlighted during your meetings in that part of the world because in my
> experience there is some interest in being involved in European activities
> in South Caucasus - also as a first step in the process of moving those
> countries to the ICANN Europe region.
> PS: I am not subscribed to the mailing lists in copy, so my post might
> well be rejected - if you see fit, please forward it to those lists
> On 27.06.2019, at 16:49, Natalia Filina <filinafilka at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear colleagues,
> Today in Marakkesh we had an informal short working meeting with Natalia
> Mochu (Global Stakeholder Engagement Manager, Eastern Europe and Central
> Asia). We were discussing the possibility to reshape our representation the
> covering the activities of Euralo in Russia, Ukraine and Belarus. This
> region is still not actively represented in our RALO and we should to start
> to change this situation.
> Following this meeting, let me suggest for the discussion the next
> possibility activities:
> - Natalia invited me to participate in the open "ICANN65 readout webinar"
> (scheduled on July 11) with a short presentation about our work and the
> opportunity to join Euralo. The participants – the stakeholders in ICANN,
> the Regions – Eastern Europe and Central Asia. (Previous at-Large
> participant, Liana Galstyan, presented APRALO). For the participation i
> will prepare a short presentation (if we already have it or infographics, i
> may use it) about the mechanism of our work explaining how the opinion of
> end users is transformed during the work into part of the policy
> development process.
> - The Interaction with RIPE NCC. According to preliminary data, the
> representatives of engagment interested in beginning such work. (We can
> hold joint open webinars after each RIPE or ICANN meetings, for example).
> - We need to start a new tradition to replace the (a little bit) passive
> position in the region to active role by the invitation of the appropriated
> organizations (to organize f2f meetings or online-webinars) if this
> organizations are not yet our ALSs, but potentially may bring to our work a
> lot of useful suggestions, experience of best solution (I mean the
> organizations which are working on the Internet right and freedom
> protection field, as an example).
> - We should to use the opportunity of the physical presence with short
> introduction presentations at events in the region (we are talking about
> events which don`t required the funding for the presence). This is
> already implied theoretically, but practically we don`t use this
> I kindly ask you to give the feedback and comments.
> Natalia Filina
> Officer of SIG IoT (ISOC)
> Member of EURALO Individuals’ Association
> Member of ALAC Subcommittee on Outreach and Engagement
> +7 906 722 54 61
> Russian Federation
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