[cc-humanrights] Draft 1 - ICANN and economic, social, cultural rights
deborah at apc.org
Fri Jan 20 23:47:47 UTC 2017
Hi Vidushi, all,
I'm new to this space, but I left a few comments in the doc. Two
questions that jumped out at me when I read the paper (and it might be
because I'm not so familiar w/how ICANN works) is what steps need to be
taken by ICANN leadership in order for its duty to conduct due diligence
be met, and whether there are sufficient measures in place to provide
access to remedy. I enjoyed reading it!
On 1/20/17 1:28 PM, Vidushi Marda wrote:
> 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
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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.
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