[AFRI-Discuss] Invitation to attend the AFRALO/AfrICANN joint meeting, Tomorrow Wednesday, 26 March 2014

Alan Greenberg alan.greenberg at mcgill.ca
Tue Mar 25 03:21:38 UTC 2014

Aziz, please accept my apologies. This meeting 
overlaps with the public GNSO Council meeting 
which as Liaison I am obliged to attend.


At 24/03/2014 10:57 PM, Aziz Hilali wrote:
>Hello All, You are kindly invited to come and 
>participate to the AFRALO/AfrICANN joint 
>meeting, in face-to-face or in remote 
>participation if you are not in Singapore. 
>Please attend to make your voice heard on this 
>important issue for the participation of AFRICA 
>in the policydevelopment process for the 
>technical governance of the internet. In 
>attachment the draft statement (FR & ENG), to be 
>discussed Thank you and looking forward to your 
>participation tomorrow. Best regards, Aziz 
>Hilali, AFRALO Chair AFRALO/AfrICANN Joint 
>Meeting Date:Wednesday, 26 March 2014 Time: 
>14:00-15:30 Theme of AFRALO/AfrICANN Meeting: 
>“How to support the new initiatives taken by 
>ICANN to involve all stakeholders", Meeting 
>Room: VIP Adobe Connect:Â 
>Agenda: Welcome Address (5 min) Â Â Â  Aziz 
>Hilali, AFRALO Chair Opening Addresses (5 min) 
>    OlivierCrépin Leblond, ALAC Chair 
>Introductory address (5 min)     Sébastien 
>Bachollet, Board Director Selected by At-Large 
>and Chair of theMeeting Strategy WG (5min) Â Â 
>Â  Pierre Dandjinou,Global Stakeholder 
>Engagement Vice President for Africa (5 min) Â Â 
>Â  Tijani BEN JEMAA,Executive Director, 
>Mediterranean Federation of Internet 
>Associations (FMAI) (5 min) Introduction of the 
>topic (5 min) Â Â Â  Mohamed El Bashir,AFRALO 
>Vice Chair Presentation of the draft Statement 
>(4 min) Â Â Â  Philip Fomba JOHNSON,AFRALO 
>Secretary Discussion, modification and adoption 
>of the statement (45 min) Â Â Â  All Closing 
>remarks (5 min)     Aziz Hilali, AFRALO Chair  Â
>At-Large mailing list
>At-Large at atlarge-lists.icann.org
>At-Large Official Site: http://atlarge.icann.org

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