[AFRI-Discuss] Call for Topics: Joint AFRALO-AfrICANN Statement for ICANN65
skiden at gmail.com
Wed May 22 05:29:28 UTC 2019
Thank you to Abdulkarim for suggesting the topic (Evolving the ICANN
Multistakeholder Model) and thank you to those who have expressed interest
in joining the drafting team. If you are still interested in joining, do
let us know. Also, thank you Tijani for suggesting the timeline below which
we shall be following:
20 May 2019 Closing call for topics
20 May 2019 Formation of drafting team and starting of first draft
27 May 2019 Publication of first draft of statement for comment
03 June 2019 Closing comment period and starting of the second draft
10 June 2019 Publication of the second draft for last comments
13 June 2019 Closing second comment period and drafting of the final
18 June 2019 Publication of the final draft to be sent to staff for
translation into French
The working document will be accessed here
On Wed, May 15, 2019 at 1:09 AM Sarah Kiden <skiden at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear Colleagues,
> I hope this email finds you well. The ICANN65 Policy Meeting is scheduled
> for June 24 - 27, 2019 in Marrakech, Morocco. We plan to have the Joint
> AFRALO-AfrICANN meeting.
> We would like to invite you to submit topics for the meeting. For the last
> meeting in Kobe, Japan, our statement was New gTLD Subsequent Procedure:
> Proposal of Neustar regarding the upcoming round of New gTLDs
> Please see all previous statements here
> We would also like to invite those interested in joining the drafting team
> to express interest either off list or by responding to this email.
> Please send your suggested topics by *Monday, 20 May 2019*, after which
> the drafting team will prepare a draft statement that will be shared with
> the rest of the members. Please note that we need to complete our statement
> in time to allow translation into French.
> Looking forward to your contributions.
> Kind regards,
> Sarah Kiden
> AFRALO Secretariat
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