[cc-humanrights] short overview issues discussed on the call
m.i.franklin at gold.ac.uk
Mon Jun 1 17:34:55 UTC 2015
Thanks Niels for the summary.
Just wondering about the second point re. authorship of the report as it
is circulated. It has been the outcome of a working party from the CCWP
under the auspices of Article 19; strikes me that conveying it this way
sets the tone for the consultative spirit it has developed in so far.
The final draft needs to be circulated to the wider CCWP for comment as
the next stage?
It is a finer point but I understood that this report has come this far
based on a working party principle with leadership provided by Article
19 and Monika as the principle drafter... unless I am mistaken. For
eventual acceptance at the grassroots, within ICANN at least, this
strikes me as accurate.
But maybe I misunderstood this part of the meeting as have only just
joined these discussions.
On 01/06/2015 13:33, Niels ten Oever wrote:
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Marianne Franklin, PhD
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Goldsmiths (University of London)
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