Questions for The Board-NCSG meeting
Milton L Mueller
mueller at SYR.EDU
Mon Jun 13 19:57:25 CEST 2011
Agree with Norbert here.
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> Thanks, Avri, for the preparation.
> I think it might be helpful to change the order: Make Item 1 the last
> one, and move 2 and 3 up.
> Why do I think so? The Board may be focusing much on what is now Item 1,
> with 4 sub-items (Board-GAC is the Board's business), and the time of
> the meeting may be gone when you reach Item 2, where "we" (well, I think
> so) are more directly concerned and involved and affected. The the
> present Item 3 is also close to our concern to see that ICANN is
> faithful to all regions and situations of its membership.
> And then only deal with what is now Item 1 - where the Board may have
> already its positions, and will explain and justify them for us.
> Just some ideas,
> On 06/12/2011 10:22 PM, Avri Doria wrote:
> > There have been no comments on the wording question so these are the
> ones that I pan to send to the Board tomorrow morning EST. Pleas let me
> know of any last comments.
> > Thanks
> > a.
> > ----
> > On 27 May 2011, at 16:43, Diane Schroeder wrote:
> >> If you could submit three topics/issues on which they would like the
> Board's view - the Board will also send three topics to the constituency on
> which they would like the constituency's view. Please send these to me to
> > The NCSG took a poll from among 8 possible questions and came up with a
> Stakeholder preference for following three issues as our contribution to the
> planned conversation between the Board and the NCSG.
> > 1. How does the increase role of the GAC affect the multistakeholder
> > - How does the Board weighs GAC advice in relation to GNSO
> recommendations, the CWG work and community comment on the
> implementation in the by-laws mandated process.
> > - How well does the current GAC model mesh with the ICANN bottom-up,
> multistakeholder policy development processes?
> > - Are there any specific areas of tension between the two, and if so how
> can these be managed?
> > - What specific steps could be taken to promote better communication&
> coordination, given GAC's professed constraints with respect to collective
> and individual government participation in multistakeholder processes? Can
> the Board see government representatives becoming more integrated in this
> model? If so, how?
> > 2. New Constituency Process and the NCSG charter
> > While understanding that the NCSG Stakeholder Group charter is waiting
> on the approval of the standardized New Constituency process
> recommended by the Structural Improvements Committee, we would like to
> understand what issues, if any, may be blocking Board approval of both the
> New Constituency Process and the NCSG Stakeholder Group charter.
> > 3. ICANN engagement with developing and transitional countries
> > How can ICANN enhance its engagement with developing and transitional
> countries? What procedural/institutional improvements could be envisioned
> to increase the effective participation of governments and other
> stakeholders from these countries? How can we increase the development-
> sensitivity of ICANN policy outputs, including but not only with respect to
> new gTLD applicant support?
> > The NCSG looks forward to receiving notice of the 3 issues the Board will be
> contributing to the discussion. We also look forward to our meeting and
> send best wishes for everyones safe travel to Singapore.
> > signed
> Since 3 April 2011, The Mirror with reports and comments from Cambodia -
> originally since 1997 based on daily translations from the Khmer language
> press, is now only an archive of the past.
> But I started a new blog:
> ...thinking it over... after 21 years in Cambodia
> continuing to share reports and comments from Cambodia.
> Norbert Klein
> nhklein at gmx.net
> Phnom Penh / Cambodia
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