[ccwg-internet-governance] CCWG AND ICANN 51

Shatan, Gregory S. GShatan at reedsmith.com
Mon Sep 29 20:10:40 UTC 2014

I would also support a Town Hall approach.  Some time devoted to updates (both from ICANN and others) makes sense, so that those who are not living in the IG space can get brought up to date.  At the same time, we need to take advantage of the time so that the more advance crowd can have a dialogue.  Taking all the time with a lowest-common-denominator type of briefing would be a pity.

Greg Shatan

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see my suggestion of more of a town hall approach,

Lots of us -- myself, Bill, Keith, others, have also expertise in more than NETmundial, but also i WSIS Review, preparation for ITU Plenipot.

As I said, we need to decide if this is one way briefings, or if the CCWG is about helping ot analye and propose guidance to ICANN.

Sent from my iPad

On Sep 29, 2014, at 9:37 AM, "William Drake" <wjdrake at gmail.com<mailto:wjdrake at gmail.com>> wrote:

Glad to see Nigel here and a request for community engagement in planning this event.  I guess a meta-question is do we want to continue to do sort “information sessions” in which the audience is updated on external developments by serial talking heads or would some other format be potentially more interesting?

I suspect a number of CCWG members might like to participate.  That includes me, depending on what we’re doing.  Having participated in the NMI launch etc. and coordinated a lot with different groups around that process more generally I might be able to come up with something useful to say.



On Sep 29, 2014, at 3:41 PM, Olivier MJ Crepin-Leblond <ocl at gih.com<mailto:ocl at gih.com>> wrote:

Dear CCWG on IG members,

now that Nigel is on the mailing list. Do you have any feedback on his message below?

Also -- are there any volunteers to be on the panel?

Kind regards,


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Good morning; was good to speak.  As noted we have secured a slot for 16.30 on Wednesday afternoon in LA.  The Session is slated to be in two parts.  A general IG update covering issues such as PP-14, IGF and WSIS; and then a specific part on NETMundial / WEF where representatives of Brazil and WEF haven been invited to update ICANN Community.
Would welcome you and / or someone else from CCWG involved; clearly leave suggestions to you, but new faces always welcome



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