[lac-discuss-en] FW: Welcome to At-Large!

asoto at ibero-americano.org asoto at ibero-americano.org
Tue Apr 21 22:48:35 UTC 2015

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 Subject: FW: Welcome to At-Large! 
 From: asoto at ibero-americano.org

 Dear Milo, Haity your organization are welcome to our 
 Regin. We hope that soon begin their participation; our intention 
 is to collaborate with you in your first steps. They have already received everything 
 to read attentively. 
 We are aqupara your queries. 
 A very cordial welcome 

 Alberto Soto 

 Cher Milo, Hati et votre organization sont les dans notre bienvenus rgion. 
 Nous leur esprons that bientt commencer participation; nous avons 
 l'intention de collaborer avec vous dans vos premiers pas. Ils ont djreu 
 tout ce que vous lire devez attentivement. 
 Nous sommes ici pour rfrence. 
 A trs accueil chaleureux 

 Alberto Soto 
 Prsident LACRALO

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 Subject: [lac-discuss-en] Welcome to At-Large! 

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 Subject: Welcome to At-Large! 
 From: staff at atlarge.icann.org 

> Dear Telemaque and Milo,
> ICANN's At-Large Advisory Committee (ALAC) is pleased to inform you 
> that 219 Association Haitienne des Internautes been certified as an 
> At-Large Structure (ALS). The ALAC greatly appreciates your group's 
> interest in involving individual users in ICANN and looks forward to 
> working with you and your colleagues.
> The purpose of ALS certification is to recognize that your 
> organization meets the necessary criteria to involve individual 
> Internet users at the local or issue level in ICANN activities, and 
> that your organization will support its individual members' informed 
> participation in ICANN efforts that affect end-users.
> The ALAC is eager to promote a productive working relationship between 
> your organization, other ALS, and the ALAC (and ICANN in general), and 
> your input on how we can make this a success would be greatly appreciated.
> We would like to offer some initial tools to help your organization 
> keep its members informed (about significant news from ICANN and 
> information on ICANN policy-development efforts) and engaged in activities
> - Point of Contact for your Organisation: Please send an email to 
> <mailto:staff at atlarge.icann.org> identifying the names and email 
> addresses of one or two individuals who will be the point of contact 
> for information and correspondence regarding ICANN At-Large. If this
>  At Large Mailing Lists. There are many At Large email lists, for each 
> region; you can sign up for them and manage your subscriptions at:
> <http://atlarge-lists.icann.org/mailman/listinfo>
> The points of contact you identify will automatically be added to your 
> region's list just for accredited ALSes to discuss regional issues and 
> to the mailing list for Staff announcements (only Staff can post 
> messages to that list); you are invited to join others as you wish.
> - ALS information. Information about your organization will be shared 
> with the At-Large community to enable individuals interested in your 
> group's activities to contact you, and to encourage cooperation with 
> other groups interested in ICANN activities in your geographic region. 
> Please complete and email the form at the bottom of this note to 
> <mailto:staff at atlarge.icann.org>
> - ALAC website. The ALAC website ( http://www.atlarge.icann.org 
> <http://www.atlarge.icann.org/>  ) is a good source for ICANN news and 
> information of interest to individual Internet users. We encourage you 
> to provide your members with a link. The ALAC relies on volunteers to 
> translate information into multiple languages. Translations of 
> documents on the website are welcome and should be sent to 
> <mailto:staff at atlarge.icann.org>
> - At-Large Regional Websites. Regional wiki webpages also have been 
> created to distribute information (including in local languages) on 
> activities, events and issues of particular interest to people in each 
> region. These are maintained by the community. They are:
> African Region:
> http://www.afralo.org <http://www.afralo.org/>
> Asia/Australia/Pacific Region:
> http://www.apralo.org/
> European Region:
> http://www.euralo.org/
> Latin America/Caribbean Region:
> http://www.lacralo.org <http://www.lacralo.org/>
> North American Region:
> http://www.naralo.org <http://www.naralo.org/>
> We have included an ALS Starter Kit that includes key information on 
> ALAC and At-Large communication tools. We have also included the 
> Beginners Guide to Participating in At-Large which explains the 
> organization of the At-Large community and how to participate in its
> We look forward to working with you and your organization's members to 
> advance individual Internet users' interests within ICANN. If you have 
> any questions, or need additional information, please contact us at 
> staff at atlarge.icann.org
> Sincerely,
> The At-Large Advisory Committee
> http://www.atlarge.icann.org <http://www.atlarge.icann.org/> 
> staff at atlarge.icann.org
> Name:
> Location (city/country/region; whatever is relevant to your membership):
> Mission:
> Member benefits:
> Contacts (name/s and email address/es -- title/s optional):
> Website:
> Other (additional informational you would like included):

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