[AfrICANN-discuss] Travel Support
ALI Hadji Mmadi
alihadji at comorestelecom.km
Wed Apr 1 13:41:17 SAST 2009
Jai parcouru les archives de 2008 pour comprendre tout ce qui a été décidé
précédemment mais force est dinformer que je nai pas vu la procédure
dobtention du support voyage. Ceci a limité ma contribution éventuelle.
Pourriez-vous me clarifier sur cette procédure ?
Ali Hadji Mmadi
De : africann-bounces at afrinic.net [mailto:africann-bounces at afrinic.net] De
la part de Anne-Rachel Inné
Envoyé : jeudi 26 mars 2009 20:54
À : africann at afrinic.net
Objet : [AfrICANN-discuss] Travel Support
25 March 2009
A public comment period has opened today for 30 days on the topic of travel
Last year, ICANN created travel procedures to clarify which members of the
ICANN community were to receive travel support for that fiscal year (2009).
At the same time, it was announced that they would be reviewed after the
first year of use.
As well as that review commitment, ICANN has received diverse feedback from
across the community for improving the procedures. That feedback covered a
number of topics: level of support; what costs covered and did not cover
(e.g. food, Internet access); booking travel; and visas, among others.
This comment period is intended to gather further feedback before revised
procedures are introduced into the FY2010 budget for approval at the Sydney
meeting in June.
A presentation on ICANN travel support was provided at the ICANN Mexico City
meeting in which the purpose of the travel support and insights gathered
from the current year's experiences were discussed. Links to the materials
produced for that meeting and a transcript are provided below.
The public comment period will close on 24 April 2009. If you wish to send
in a comment, email travel-support-2010 at icann.org. All comments can be
Public comment period:
2008 travel procedures:
Mexico City meeting presentation:
2mar09-en.pdf [PDF, 3,290K]
Mexico City meeting transcript:
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