[registration-issues-wg] [CPWG] [GTLD-WG] Message to CPWG from Joanna Kulesza, Co-Chair of CBWG

Marita Moll mmoll at ca.inter.net
Wed Jan 30 17:57:16 UTC 2019


For a single session at Kobe ( will it be h60min or  90?), I would 
choose #1-4. It all depends on the amount of time available. I agree 
that the people attending would probably have some base knowledge.

I am currently preparing a slide set on ICANN for a local university 
class on internet governance (60min). I will cover a bit of history (how 
we got here) and an explanation of ICANN's remit. Then go directly to 
topics of interest -- hot issues -- in this case it will be geonames, 
privacy and data protection and jurisdiction. Then to the 
multistakeholder system and how we attempt to deal with these issues in 
that context. Finishing with ways that people can get involved, get more 
info, etc. That will hopefully leave some time for questions.

I have worked as a sessional and have done lots of guest lecturing. It 
is always a process of honing the message. I will be interesting to see 
how this format works. There is no doubt that people will want to hear 
about how/why this affects them before they will take any further steps.

Marita

On 1/30/2019 11:01 AM, mail at christopherwilkinson.eu CW wrote:
>
> Good afternoon:
>
> I would not differ substantially from Greg's taxonomy of the issues, 
> but I would point out that, referring at least to the topics -1, 0, 
> +1, and 3, there is already a substantial literature.
>
> I rather doubt that it would be possible to cover all that in a 
> single Kobe session. Perhaps a reading list?
>
>
> Regards
>
>
> CW
>
>
>
>> El 30 de enero de 2019 a las 5:09 Greg Shatan <greg at isoc-ny.org> 
>> escribió:
>>
>> I would break this down to a few separate (but interrelated) streams:
>>
>> -1.  What is ICANN and why does it exist?
>>  0.  The "geography" of ICANN (what's what, who's who, who's where)
>> 1.  How policy development works in ICANN
>> 2.  Becoming an effective participant in ICANN policy development 
>> (and all the different ways you can contribute)
>> 3.  The big issues from the beginning until now
>> 4.  The hot topics from now into the future
>> 5.  Ongoing PDPs and implementation efforts
>>
>> The tendency is to jump in around #4, which is kind of where Joanna's 
>> list sits.  But that's hard without a foundation.  -1 and 0 are 
>> necessary in the big picture, you could get away with starting with 1 
>> and 2, which are really about the process, but not the substance of 
>> policymaking.  At that point 3, 4 and 5 look very different. Instead 
>> of being spectators and considering this a policy briefing like you 
>> might get from Diplo, etc., the audience sees that they are (or could 
>> be and should be) participants.  And that this -- above all (in my 
>> opinion) -- is the reason to be at ICANN in the first place.
>>
>> Just my 2 cents....
>>
>> Greg
>> ,
>> Greg Shatan
>> greg at isoc-ny.org <mailto:greg at isoc-ny.org>
>> President, ISOC-NY
>> /"The Internet is for everyone"/
>>
>>
>> On Tue, Jan 29, 2019 at 8:37 AM Nadira Alaraj <nadira.araj at gmail.com 
>> <mailto:nadira.araj at gmail.com>> wrote:
>>
>>     Dear Joanna and all,
>>     Thank you very much for the proposal of a face to face meeting on
>>     policy engagement in Kobe.
>>     Which could be as a pilot program to another course to be
>>     conducted at ATLAS III.
>>     Targetting potential leaders to attend ATLAS III to discuss
>>     several sessions on policies that they have minimal engagement or
>>     minimal understanding might counteract the objective of
>>     empowering those participants.
>>     Would be good to discuss your proposal at the ATLAS III meeting
>>     this Thursday.
>>
>>     Best wishes
>>     Nadira
>>
>>     On Tue, Jan 29, 2019, 14:27 ICANN At-Large Staff
>>     <staff at atlarge.icann.org <mailto:staff at atlarge.icann.org> wrote:
>>
>>         Dear All,
>>
>>         On behalf of Joanna Kulesza, co-chair of the Capacity
>>         Building Working Group (CBWG), please see below forwarded
>>         message.
>>
>>         ICANN Policy Staff in support of the At-Large Community
>>
>>         Website: atlarge.icann.org <https://atlarge.icann.org/>
>>
>>         Facebook: facebook.com/icann
>>         <https://www.facebook.com/icannatlarge>atlarge
>>         <https://www.facebook.com/icannatlarge>
>>
>>         Twitter: @ <https://twitter.com/ICANNAtLarge>ICANNAtLarge
>>         <https://twitter.com/ICANNAtLarge>
>>
>>         * * *
>>
>>         Dear CPWG members,
>>
>>         as promised during our last call, here I am with a kind
>>         request for your consideration: as the newly appointed
>>         co-chair of the Capacity Building group (together with
>>         Alfredo Calderon) I would like to ask you to consider holding
>>         a policy development workshop for our members in Kobe.
>>
>>         We thought it might be helpful to get our members introduced
>>         to the specifics of policy development: how it works, what it
>>         means, how to get involved. This session could also include
>>         an insight into current At-Large policy priorities. To give
>>         you an idea of what might be considered, the specific themes
>>         mentioned in the current CB draft strategy include: 1)
>>         balancing privacy and security; 2) jurisdiction (building
>>         upon the work of the CCWG-Accountability Work Stream; 3)
>>         changing business models that impact IG processes (including
>>         but not limited to new gTLDs); 4) safe use of social networks
>>         or secure internet;  5) accessibility (in the narrow sense
>>         directly linked to the core values) and, potentially, 6)
>>         algorithms, AI, fake news and contractual compliance (if can
>>         be linked to the core values).
>>
>>         The session could focus on those broad themes important to
>>         users or directly on policy consultations that are/will be
>>         currently open to guide the participants directly into the
>>         practicalities of policy work.
>>
>>         Looking forward to hearing your thoughts here on the list or
>>         during the next call.
>>
>>         Kind regards,
>>
>>         Joanna Kulesza
>>
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