[cc-humanrights] [for feedback] Proposal for session at ICANN60, Abu Dhabi

Niels ten Oever niels at article19.org
Fri Aug 11 09:48:00 UTC 2017

Hi Vidushi,

That looks great, thanks so much for drafting this!

Perhaps we can drop the paragraph that begins with 'This builds on the', I think both the CCWP and the topic of human rights are well established in the community now. 



On Thu, Aug 10, 2017 at 12:57:01PM +0100, Vidushi Marda wrote:
> Hi All,
> Please find below a draft of the CCWP request for a session at ICANN60
> in Abu Dhabi. Look forward to your feedback/suggestions. Also interested
> to hear whether there are any additional ideas for what we could include
> in the session. Get in touch if you have any questions!
> Warmly,
> Vidushi
> _________________________________________________________________________
> ICANN60 - ICANN & human rights - CCWP-HR
> Human rights are an increasingly crucial part of processes and community
> discussions at ICANN. The commitment to human rights is now part of the
> ICANN bylaws with the the Framework of Interpretation being finalised.
> The most recent budget also approves a human rights impact assessment
> (HRIA) for 2018.
> The Cross Community Working Party on ICANNs Corporate and Social
> Responsibility to Respect Human Rights aims to provide an overview of
> ongoing human rights related processes and present research on ICANN's
> present and potential impact on human rights.
> The session will begin with an overview of the human rights discussion
> at ICANN, with updates from the CCWG processes from Work-Stream 2. This
> will be followed by the presentation of a new report on potential HRIA
> models for the GNSO. This session hopes to better inform the nuances of
> human rights discussions at ICANN, while encouraging interactive and
> constructive cross-community participation. We will invite expert
> discussants from across stakeholder groups to provide feedback and
> dialogue at the session.
> This builds on the sessions held since ICANN50 in London, on
> this issue as well as the previous reports that were produced on this
> topic which can be found here: http://icannhumanrights.net
> Agenda: A detailed agenda will be provided closer to the meeting
> date.
> Preferred Date, Time and Length of Meeting: Any time, 90 minutes (if not
> possible we would go for 1 hour public session and 1 hour working session)
> Preferred Room Set-up: We would prefer a U-shape table setup to allow
> for productive and interactive dialogue among participants
> Meeting Overview: There will be no breaks
> Estimated Number of Attendees: 50-60 attendees, based on the number of
> people at previous meetings.
> Remote Presenters and Participation: No remote presenters are
> anticipated. However, there would be remote participants
> Audio Visual Requirements The following audio/visual needs are
> requested: Table microphones will need to be spaced on the tables for
> every 2-3 seats;
> Two wireless hand microphones and one microphone stand (microphone in
> microphone stand for questions from attendees, and tow hand held
> microphone to circulate if needed);
> Dedicated laptop computer to manage Adobe Connect and all presentations;
> Adobe Connect with audio;
> Teleconference bridge for remote participates with toll-free dial in
> capability;
> Recording and transcript of the session.
> There will be no breaks.

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