[cc-humanrights] [Cc-humanrights3] Draft board human rights commitment / statement
tatiana.tropina at gmail.com
Thu Feb 11 11:27:01 UTC 2016
Dear Niels, dear all,
after reading this short email exchange with Michele, I realised that may
be we have to be clearer when we send the proposed wording of the statement
to the board. I suggest inclusion of the explanation "what it means".
Furthermore, after the call yesterday I am still not convinced that we can
be sure that the board wants to go further than the language provided in
the bylaw. I can suggest as an alternative solution that we send two
proposed statements: (1) the one we discussed on the call and which is
based on the bylaw (2) the statement on operationalisation and assessment
that we drafted after the call.
In this case, depending on what was the notion behind making this
statement, the board can either chose one of them or draft a combination of
What do you think?
On 10 February 2016 at 16:29, Niels ten Oever via cc-humanrights3 <
cc-humanrights3 at icann.org> wrote:
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> Hi Michele,
> This statement means that the ICANN board will:
> 1. operationalize it's commitment to human rights
> 2. contribute to a Human Rights Impact Assessment with the community
> of stakeholders
> 3. contribute to the development of a Human Rights Policy with the
> community of stakeholders
> 4. work on a process for remediation.
> Does this make it more clear? If not, can you make your question a bit
> more precise?
> Niels ten Oever
> Head of Digital
> Article 19
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> On 02/10/2016 04:24 PM, Michele Neylon - Blacknight wrote:
> > The board of ICANN commits to take concrete steps to
> >>> operationalize its core value of respecting human rights
> >>> within ICANN's mission. The steps will include working together
> >>> with the community to understand the potential human rights
> >>> impacts of its operations through a human rights impact
> >>> assessment, engagement of the board, management, staff and
> >>> stakeholders toward a common understanding of priority human
> >>> rights issues, and putting in place a human rights policy to
> >>> address the priority issues.
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