[ccwg-internet-governance] Update on Marrakech agendas

Matthew Shears mshears at cdt.org
Mon Feb 29 14:51:23 UTC 2016


Same.

On 2/29/2016 2:49 PM, Ephraim Percy Kenyanito wrote:
>
> Guys I will also be there. Looking forward to seeing you there.
>
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> Ephraim Percy Kenyanito
> Sub-Saharan Africa Policy Analyst
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> On 29 Feb 2016 17:42, "Marilyn Cade" <marilynscade at hotmail.com 
> <mailto:marilynscade at hotmail.com>> wrote:
>
>     I co organized the WSIS+10 session at IGF and also in NYGA with
>     Am. Fonseca, and Lynn St Amour  co moderated both with him.
>
>     If she is coming, she could bring some gender presence to the
>     speakers.
>
>     I propose first Am. Fonseca, if he is attending [I am trying to
>     reach him to confirm] and Lynn St. Amour as back up.
>
>     I am also attending.
>
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>     From: ocl at gih.com <mailto:ocl at gih.com>
>     To: ccwg-internet-governance at icann.org
>     <mailto:ccwg-internet-governance at icann.org>
>     Date: Sun, 28 Feb 2016 15:41:05 +0100
>     Subject: [ccwg-internet-governance] Update on Marrakech agendas
>
>     Dear all,
>
>     our last CCWG IG call focussed on finalising the agendas of our WG
>     Face to Face and Public meetings in Marrakech. Please find the two
>     agendas attached, along with the current speakers.
>
>     _Public Meeting_
>
>     You will note that we are still looking for a speaker on WSIS+10.
>     If you have suggestions please email me.
>
>     The flow for the WSIS+10 process is pretty straight forward as it
>     will mostly be informational. People need to come away with a
>     better understanding of those processes and it would be
>     interesting to learn from the audience to what extent should ICANN
>     take part in these processes.
>
>     When it comes to the discussion about fragmentation v. openness
>     the aims are as follows:
>
>     Aim 1: educate
>     Based on the topic - what is in it for each of our communities?
>     Action points for each of our communities? How does fragmentation
>     affect ICANN?
>
>     Aim 2:
>
>     Should ICANN engage in this process? How?
>
>     The main aim to is get participants to understand fragmentation
>     better. The angle of Universal Acceptance of all TLDs is
>     particularly important.
>
>     GAC HLM takeway -- protocol will be worked out to define who will
>     provide the 5 minute update.
>
>
>     _F2F Meeting_
>
>     This is self explanatory (see agenda). Staff are working on
>     attempting to get as many statistics s possible to give us
>     interesting starting point when it comes to the CCWG IG's
>     achievements so far.
>
>     Kindest regards,
>
>     Olivier
>
>
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