[cc-humanrights] Initial suggestions for possible goals of a CCWG on HR
Lee.HIBBARD at coe.int
Thu Jan 22 08:00:53 UTC 2015
Thanks Marilia. This looks great and I look forward to feedback from colleagues on today’s call.
Regards to all. Lee
From: cc-humanrights-bounces at icann.org [mailto:cc-humanrights-bounces at icann.org] On Behalf Of Marilia Maciel
Sent: jeudi 22 janvier 2015 02:00
To: Human Rights
Subject: [cc-humanrights] Initial suggestions for possible goals of a CCWG on HR
During our last call on Tuesday we discussed what could be some possible goals of a cross-community working group on Human Rights. Our purpose with this exercise was to enhance clarity among ourselves so we can be able to raise the idea and get the reactions from the community.
This set of goals are just some initial thoughts and it would be wonderful to have your comments and suggestions.
Cross-community working group for analyzing potential Human Rights implications of ICANN’s policies and procedures
Chartering organizations: (name the SOs and ACs)
Each of the participating Supporting Organizations (SOs) and Advisory Committees (ACs) has adopted this Charter according to its own rules and procedures.
The CCWG on Human Rights would have the purpose to raise awareness, provide information, facilitate dialogue and make recommendations to ICANN community on the ways to better harmonize ICANN’s policies and procedures with internationally recognized human rights standards, such as the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) and International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR). The CCWG will focus on the human rights that are directly impacted by ICANN policy decisions and implementation
Scope of activities:
(i) To map and facilitate the production of information about current ICANN’s policies and procedures that present an impact on human rights;
(ii) To provide information and advice to the chartering organizations and to the broader ICANN community on how ICANN’s policies and procedures can be developed and implemented consistent with internationally recognized human rights standards. This input can inform the policy development processes as defined in the ICANN Bylaws.
(iii) To propose procedures and mechanisms with the aim of producing assessments on if and how policies and procedures under developed and/or being implemented may impact on human rights.
(iv) To draft Position Papers and Statements as deemed appropriate, in accordance with the rules of this Charter.
On Wed, Jan 21, 2015 at 6:52 AM, HIBBARD Lee <Lee.HIBBARD at coe.int<mailto:Lee.HIBBARD at coe.int>> wrote:
Thanks to Marilia, Niels, Stefania and Rafik for joining yesterday’s conf call which is summarised as follows:
- The ICANN and Human Rights meeting at ICANN53 in Singapore will take place in room “Sofia” on Wed 11 Feb, from 10:30-12:00,
- ICANN and Human Rights follow-up paper, done by Niels and Monika, being reworked, UDRP removed and focus in Ruggie principles. Emphasis on policies and their implementation was stressed,
- Contact all SOs and ACs to: (i) share papers, (ii) arrange bilaterals before the meeting, and (iii) invite them to the meeting…and to send this info to the mailing list (thanks Rafik),
- Next conf call on 22 Jan (see below) – to discuss draft version of the paper and agenda of meeting inc moderation etc.
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