[cc-humanrights] draft agenda public session
avri at acm.org
Tue Sep 29 16:28:16 UTC 2015
I also believe that Wolfgang, like many of the Board is nervous about
ICANN committing itself to HR in a bylaw.
But it might be good to get someone from the Contracted parties on the
panel. Like you, Michele.
I can write a blog about how terrible I think it is that ICANN cannot
even make a simple commitment to respect HR within its mission, and can
argue from the floor.
On 29-Sep-15 08:38, Michele Neylon - Blacknight wrote:
> As a European registrar I’m very conscious that ICANN is forcing a bunch of things via policy + contract that are, essentially, illegal.
> But I’d be very wary of how this kind of commitment was made. Simply committing to something and assuming it’ll be sorted out later has not proven to be a particularly sane strategy within the ICANN space..
> So while I have no concrete objections to HR, I would want clarity on a variety of things before pushing hard for it.
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> On 29/09/2015 13:35, "cc-humanrights-bounces at icann.org on behalf of Avri Doria" <cc-humanrights-bounces at icann.org on behalf of avri at acm.org> wrote:
>> Oh, I did not know you were in the group of people who did not support a
>> HR bylaw.
>> We all have questions about how a commitment is implemented, but i think
>> there is a divison between those who belive in the committment first and
>> working it out as we go.
>> And those who want to know exactly what the future holds before making a
>> committment to HR.
>> So I differentiate between
>> "I support hr, but ..."
>> "I support hr.
>> I do think we need to discuss how we are going to implement this"
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