[cc-humanrights] Update: Multistakeholder HRIAs @ IGF 2018

McAuley, David dmcauley at Verisign.com
Tue Dec 4 13:22:13 UTC 2018

I also agree with Mallory about format limitation and thank Akriti for the kind offer.

Best wishes,

David McAuley
Sr International Policy & Business Development Manager
Verisign Inc.

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Hi Mallory,

I agree with you on the report format of the IGF event and I wasnt at the event but I can view the video recording of the session and write a blog on it/ help you with it, however you prefer it.



On 04/12/2018 11:25, Mallory Knodel wrote:
> Hi,
>  From the report it sounds like a great session.
> The IGF session report format is a bit confining-- wondering if it
> would be nice to write it up in a narrative or blog format and post it
> to icannhumanrights.net? I can help get that going.
> -Mallory
> On 30/11/2018 21:02, Collin Kurre wrote:
>> Dear all,
>> The CCWP-HR and NCUC co-organized a workshop to introduce new HRIA
>> models under development in ICANN
>> <https://icannhumanrights.net/hrias-in-icann-constructive-innovation>
>> to the broader internet governance community during the 2018 IGF,
>> held
>> 12-14 November in Paris.
>> During the workshop, many participants highlighted the challenge of
>> defining rights-holders amongst internet users. Even so, there was
>> broad support for companies and standard-setting bodies to introduce
>> human rights commitments and due diligence mechanisms
>> <https://icannhumanrights.net/due-diligence-and-why-it-matters/>. One
>> area of divergence related to which subset of rights should be
>> prioritized, e.g. children’s, cultural, or LGBTQI rights.
>> Examples were given to demonstrate that impact assessment
>> methodologies can be tailored to address specific, or various, categories of rights.
>> As a result, participants suggested that such tools can make the
>> subject of human rights more practical and tangible, or allow people
>> with divergent positions to engage in a constructive way.
>> There was widespread multistakeholder support for organizing a
>> High-Interest or Cross-Community Session on the subject of human
>> rights during ICANN64, which will be held in March 2019. This will be
>> an opportunity to showcase the CCWP-HR's progress on designing and
>> testing impact assessments geared toward ICANN policy development
>> processes. The initial HRIA model can be found here
>> <https://icannhumanrights.net/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/DRAFT-ICANN-
>> HRIA-questionnaire-model.pdf>; trial work on the Subsequent
>> Procedures PDP kicked off this month.
>> <https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wtzw3CAj8s8&feature=youtu.be&t=143>*
>> <https://www.intgovforum.org/multilingual/content/igf-2018-ws-349-a-m
>> ultistakeholder-approach-to-hrias-lessons-from-icann>*
>> Kind regards,
>> Collin Kurre
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