[council] Briefings on Meetings Reform paper

Glen de Saint Géry Glen at icann.org
Mon Jun 16 13:08:42 UTC 2008


Explanation: Should ICANN change the number of meetings that it holds and their location? The Meetings Reform Paper asks the community to consider that the number of meetings be reduced from three to two per year - a change that would commence from 2010.

The paper also proposes that one of the two meetings be held in locations that are transport hubs. The locations would need to be the subject of a separate consultation, but would be rotated through the existing ICANN predetermined regions.

There has not been substantive change to meetings processes or the frequency of the meetings since the organization's inception. The purpose of the paper is to encourage debate on any matters to do with meetings that the community may wish to raise, but to especially consider issues concerning the frequency of meetings and their location.

Aside from this public comment period, consultations will also be held at the Paris meeting directly with
Committees and Councils and there will also be the opportunity to comment via the public forum.

Submit comments to:
meeting-consultation-2008 at icann.org

Public archives:

Glen de Saint Géry

GNSO Secretariat - ICANN



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