[NA-Discuss] [AFRI-Discuss] ATLAS II Events - Breakout Session Information and Requests

Baudouin Schombe baudouin.schombe at gmail.com
Thu Apr 10 10:11:05 UTC 2014

 The future of multistakeholderism


2014-04-07 22:35 GMT+02:00 ICANN At-Large Staff <staff at atlarge.icann.org>:

> Dear All,
> Please find below a note with requests sent on behalf of Evan Leibovitch
> and Wolf Ludwig, ATLAS II Events Program Coordinators.
> **
> Dear All,
> As noted earlier, At-Large participants at the Singapore meeting met five
> times to discuss At-Large Summit II (ATLAS II) preparatory questions such
> as logistical issues and thematic priorities and questions for the
> forthcoming At-Large summit in London.
> Among the items discussed, the group reviewed the inputs of the ATLAS II
> Event Working Group in detail by comparing it with the ATLAS II Survey
> results.
> After a very dynamic on-spot discussion, the topics of the thematic
> priorities were amended. This selection takes into account the overarching
> ATLAS II theme, recent key announcements within the Internet eco-system,
> and earlier survey results.
> Please find below the modified list of 5 thematic topics, which will be
> discussed within a series of breakout sessions during the summit. As next
> steps in our proceeding we agreed to send this Solicitation Letter to the
> Event WG and other interested members who were present in Singapore.
> Subject Matter Experts will lead and coordinate session content and
> output. In discussions in Singapore, several At-Large community members
> were proposed:
> 1. The future of multistakeholderism - Adam Peake
> 2. The globalization of ICANN - Rinaliah Abdul Rahim / Roberto Gaetano
> 3. Global Internet: The User Perspective - Jean-Jacques Subrenat
> 4. ICANN Transparency and Accountability - Avri Doria / Hong Xue
> 5. At-Large Community Engagement in ICANN - Olivier Crépin-Leblond / Mike
> O'Connor
> Any community member who is interested to contribute to one of the break
> out subjects above and being a member of the respective session
> organization group is welcome. Please let us know your interest and
> favoured topical group until Sunday, 13 April 2014. Or please post your
> interest on the ATLAS II Thematic Group Coordination Workspace by Sunday,
> 13 April 2014 at
> https://community.icann.org/display/atlarge/ATLAS+II+Thematic+Group+Coordination
> .
> We also need to identify experienced community members for session
> moderation and reporting. Both are crucial additional functions to ensure
> quality of session conduct as well as outcomes. Please either let us know
> your interest for one of these functions or post your name on the ATLAS II
> Thematic Group Coordination Workspace until Monday, 21 April 2014.
> Your collaboration in this important ATLAS II programming process is  much
> appreciated. We are only 74 days from the start of ATLAS II!
> A Doodle for a next call of the ATLAS II Event WG will be sent shortly.
> Kind regards,
> Evan Leibovitch and Wolf Ludwig,
> ATLAS II Events Program Coordinators
> **
> Regards,
> Heidi Ullrich, Silvia Vivanco, Ariel Liang, Gisella Gruber, Nathalie
> Peregrine and Terri Agnew
> ICANN Policy Staff in support of ALAC
> E-mail: staff at atlarge.icann.org
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