[AfrICANN-discuss] At-Large Summit and Structure
annerachel at gmail.com
Tue Feb 17 13:12:30 SAST 2009
I would like to remind all that ICANN and the At Large community are
constantly seeking to expand the number of At Large Structures (ALS).
Structures from the African Region Organisation (AfRALO) can be viewed
You can view the diversity of membership of the different Regional
Organisations on the participants list for Mexico:
As you may know, At-Large provides a way for the worldwide individual
Internet user community to engage in all the issues that are a part of
ICANN's work. If you know of a structure that has users who are
concerned about policies and issues on the Internet and who can for
* Guidance on how internationalised domain names ("local language"
domain names) are to be implemented;
* How additional new top-level domains (the part of a domain name
after the dot, for example: .info, .name, .museum) are introduced;
* How to transition from the current Internet addressing system
("IPv4") to the next-generation of Internet addresses ("IPv6") in a
stable and equitable manner.
they should become an ALS. Get more information from the below link or
from the individuals CC'ed above:
Feel free to share this information with organisations that could become ALSes.
On Mon, Feb 16, 2009 at 1:10 PM, Hawa Diakite <hawad at datatech.net.ml> wrote:
> Dear community,
> We are pleased to inform you that At-Large community ( individual Internet
> users voice ICANN) Organised as an integral part of the 34th ICANN
> International Meeting in Mexico City, the Summit features two General
> Sessions of all participants, thematic sessions and workshops on issues that
> concern individual Internet users worldwide led by At-Large community
> members, five working groups producing statements on important subjects to
> the whole ICANN community, and many other events.
> for more information : http://www.atlarge.icann.org/summit-en.htm
> Africa is represented at At-Large board Commette (ALAC) by Didier Kasole,
> Fatimata Seye Sylla, Mohamed El Bashir, and me. So if you need more
> information not hesitate to contact us.
> Mme Berthe Hawa
> Directrice Technique
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