[AfrICANN-discuss] ICANN Posts Draft of Strategic Plan for Consultation

Anne-Rachel Inné annerachel at gmail.com
Sat Oct 20 17:13:16 SAST 2007

ICANN Posts Draft of Strategic Plan for Consultation

19 October 2007

ICANN today posted the first draft of the July 2008 — June 2011 Strategic
Plan for community consultation. The plan is available in
Français </strategic-plan/draft_stratplan_2008_2011_clean_fr_v1.pdf> [PDF,
1,090K], Español
العربية </strategic-plan/draft_stratplan_2008_2011_clean_ar_v1.pdf> [PDF,
376K], Русский </strategic-plan/draft_stratplan_2008_2011_clean_ru_v1.pdf>[PDF,
1,440K] and
中文 </strategic-plan/draft_stratplan_2008_2011_clean_zh_v1.pdf> [PDF, 348K].

In accordance with the ICANN annual planning calendar, initial consultation
on this plan began at the San Juan meeting in June where consultation
sessions were held in English, French and Spanish. An online
forum<http://forum.icann.org/lists/stratplan-2008/>was also
established with questions in English, French, Spanish, Arabic and
Chinese. Telephone consultations were organized with constituency groups
which requested these. An issues paper was released in September and further
comments were sought.

Based on all of this community input, a first draft of the Strategic Plan
has been developed. Members of the community are encouraged to read the
draft plan and make comments. Comments may be made through the on-line forum
at stratplan-2008 at icann.org <%20stratplan-2008 at icann.org>. In addition,
consultation sessions will be held at the Los Angeles
meeting<http://losangeles2007.icann.org/>at the end of October.

The comment period will close on November 10. A revised version of the plan
will be prepared based on community feedback and presented to the Board for
approval at its December meeting.

Read more about the ICANN planning process </planning/>.
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