[AFRI-Discuss] [ALAC-Internal] Welcome to ICANN At-Large!

Sarah Kiden skiden at gmail.com
Sat Sep 17 09:43:35 UTC 2016

Congratulations to INTIC4DEV! Welcome to AFRALO and to At-Large.

Look forward to working with you.



On Sat, Sep 17, 2016 at 1:11 AM, Aziz Hilali via ALAC-Internal <
alac-internal at atlarge-lists.icann.org> wrote:

> Welcome to INTIC4DEV as a new ALS within AFRALO family and looks forward
> to working with you and your members.
> I hope also to see you join us at the monthly teleconferences that are
> held on the first Wednesday of each month.
> Best Regards
> Aziz Hilali
> AFRALO Chair
> Le Vendredi 16 septembre 2016 16h57, ICANN At-Large Staff <
> staff at atlarge.icann.org> a écrit :
> Dear Olevie and Mayida,
> ICANN's At-Large Advisory Committee (ALAC) is pleased to inform you that
> Insitut des Technologies de l'Information et de la Communication pour le
> Développement (INTIC4DEV) has been certified as an At-Large Structure
> (ALS).  The ALAC greatly appreciates your group's interest in involving
> individual users in AFRALO and ICANN and looks forward to working with you
> and your colleagues.
> The ALAC is eager to promote a productive working relationship between
> your organization, other ALSes, and the ALAC (and ICANN in general), and
> your input on how we can make this a success would be greatly appreciated.
> It¹s very important to keep the members of your organization informed
> (about significant news from ICANN and information on ICANN
> policy-development efforts) and engaged in activities of interest. Here are
> a few of the tools members of At-Large find useful:
> The At-Large wiki space is where you can find most of the relevant
> information:
> The At-Large introductory page help you navigate through the wiki
> contents. This is where you can find the latest announcements, and
> subscribe to the At-Large Google calendar at the bottom of the page. This
> will ensure you never miss a meeting!
> From any chosen page in the At-Large wiki, you can find your bearings
> easily by navigating via the purple box at the top left hand corner of the
> page. It is very convenient to be able to consult the latest At-Large
> Policy Development Activity , find out more about the Regional At-Large
> Organizations (RALOs), and about At-Large Working Groups .  For the most up
> to date information about At-Large meetings during ICANN Public meetings,
>  it is worth bookmarking this wiki page!
> 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
> Asia/Australia/Pacific Region: http://www.apralo.org
> European Region: http://www.euralo.org
> Latin America/Caribbean Region:  http://www.lacralo.org
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> others as you wish.
> ALAC website. The ALAC website  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  At-Large staff.
> ICANN website: The ICANN website is where all announcements  are posted,
> and where you can find practical information about ICANN Public meetings .
> Skype chat: At-Large community members and staff use Skype group chats
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> Facebook: The At-Large community has its own Facebook page . It¹s useful
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> We will forward the At-Large Beginners’ guide shortly, as it is in the
> process of being updated. In the meantime, please refer to [any recent
> recording of a welcome event] . You may also like to refer to (RALO
> Outreach Strategic Plan] for further engagement opportunities.
> 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,
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