[GTLD-WG] [CPWG] [registration-issues-wg] Discussion: End-users definition from At-large perspective

Salanieta Tamanikaiwaimaro sala at pasifikanexus.nu
Sun Aug 11 04:44:35 UTC 2019

   - At the end of the day, anyone who enters any of the constituencies
   will need to take a capacity building and transition into understanding how
   things work and the diverse content that exists and how to make sense of it.
   - This is why initiatives such as the Capacity building initiatives
   within ICANN were created and it has always the goal to make the
   information as simplified and accessible.
   - To give credit to the webmasters, the website and model that it uses
   including the wiki has almost everything there is to know about governance,
   policies and procedures, scientific, financial reports etc.
   - Without dedicated mentoring and capacity building newcomers can easily
   get overwhelmed and lost.
   - To address this there has to be several attempts at providing this
   transitionary capacity building and mentoring several times a year
   depending on an analysis on new memberships that can easily be done
   virtually and through existing systems and innovative new approaches.
   - Everyone who has entered ICANN at some stage has had their hand held
   to some extent.

Many thanks,
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