[cc-humanrights] Draft 1 - ICANN and economic, social, cultural rights
vidushi at cis-india.org
Fri Jan 20 18:28:30 UTC 2017
Yes, ofcourse! Thanks to Rafik for comments on the doc, look forward to more input as well.
On 20/01/17 19:06, Niels ten Oever wrote:
> Of course comments on this are still very welcome, right Vidushi?
> Niels ten Oever
> Head of Digital
> Article 19
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> On 01/19/2017 03:18 PM, vidushi at cis-india.org wrote:
> > Dear Colleagues,
> > It's been a while! Hope everyone is having a great start to the year.
> > Following our discussion in Hyderabad, I began working on a report that studies the economic, social and cultural rights impact of ICANN's policies and procedures. There is very little literature on this at the moment and so I think it will be a useful addition to our work. Ahead of our call tomorrow, I'm sharing the first draft of this report: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1-bexABsbetOsP2nPubhxqE3cas6UbuXJiapAendAfQk/edit?usp=sharing
> > Look forward to discussing this with you all. In addition to comments and suggestions on the paper in general, I'd be interested to hear feedback on the following:
> > 1. The choice to confine the report to one instrument for economic, social and cultural rights, as opposed to a broader analysis.
> > 2. Possible policies and procedures we could look into further.
> > Sincerely,
> > Vidushi
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