[ALAC] "Policy" t4ravel slots for Panama

Alan Greenberg alan.greenberg at mcgill.ca
Mon Mar 19 15:17:35 UTC 2018

I was not suggesting candidates. I was giving examples of people who 
are active.

I already said we would have a call for candidates and this thread 
was to determine the criteria (which will be in the call).


At 19/03/2018 11:07 AM, Judith Hellerstein wrote:

>HI Alan and Others,
>Yes Justine Chew is very much involved in policy discussions and is 
>also very active in the Technology Task Force and leading one of our 
>sub-projects.  Both Daniel and Abdeljalil have come on the past 
>times and would be great to have Justine be invited. Justine only 
>came to Abu Dhabi as part of the General Assembly.  I do think we 
>need to have an application process and have people apply like last 
>time. I also think we need to create criteria for how we rate the 
>applications.  I have not seen this publish and this would be very good to have
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>On 3/19/2018 10:59 AM, Alan Greenberg wrote:
>>I agree that this is NOT the slot for a "newbie". As the main 
>>criteria says, it is for someone who already is actively involved 
>>but would not otherwise be able to attend. Examples that come to 
>>mind are Daniel Nanghaka, Justine Chew and Abdeldjalil Bachar Bong.
>>At 19/03/2018 09:22 AM, Seun Ojedeji wrote:
>>>The policy meeting is usually for policy work, I don't think we 
>>>should have newbie for that. I however suggest that those who have 
>>>not attended ICANN meeting before but have been participating 
>>>remotely should be given priority.
>>>Sent from my mobile
>>>Kindly excuse brevity and typos
>>>On Mon, Mar 19, 2018, 1:49 AM Alan Greenberg 
>>><<mailto:alan.greenberg at mcgill.ca>alan.greenberg at mcgill.ca > wrote:
>>>We have a short time to do the call for travellers for the "policy slots".
>>>Last time, the criteria were summarized in the call for 
>>>expressions of interest as:
>>>There are two travel slots that will be allocated to At-Large 
>>>participants who are ACTIVELY involved in some ICANN policy 
>>>activity, or those with a strong history of such involvement in 
>>>the past and an interest to restart. Those include gNSO or ccNSO 
>>>PDPs, CCWGs, ALAC support Working Groups and the At-Large Review 
>>>(with a lesser emphasis on the latter). Other slots may be opened 
>>>due to other travellers not being able to attend or not requiring full funding.
>>>During the selection, we decided that to the extent practical, we 
>>>should also tried to select people who had not been previously 
>>>selected. I an recommending doing that again, and also, to the 
>>>extent possible, try to identify people who will best benefit from 
>>>the extensive policy discussions we expect in Panama.
>>>Are there other criteria that we should consider.
>>>As in the past, the selection will be done by the RALO chairs and 
>>>me, to best identify local talent who need to be favoured.
>>>The call needs to be made very soon, so please contact me quickly 
>>>if you have input.
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