[AfrICANN-discuss] At-Large Summit and Structure

Hawa Diakite hawad at datatech.net.ml
Wed Feb 18 13:30:33 SAST 2009

Thanks Rachel,
we have also an important programme segment of the Summit which is called: 
*Fair and Poster Session* ; It's all about the variety of the ALS and RALO 
communities, to present yourself or the organisation you are representing in 
Mexico -- by means of flyers, brochures, booklets, posters (or whatsoever 
hand-outs) from your ALS and *in an inter-active way*.

So you are welcome to know more about At-Large and may be you can joint us

Mme Berthe Hawa
Directrice Technique
221 20 58
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Anne-Rachel Inné" <annerachel at gmail.com>
To: <africann at afrinic.net>
Cc: "Hawa Diakite" <hawadiakite at gmail.com>; "Mohamed EL Bashir" 
<mbashir at mbash.net>
Sent: Tuesday, February 17, 2009 11:12 AM
Subject: Re: [AfrICANN-discuss] At-Large Summit and Structure

> Dear All,
> 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
> here: http://www.atlarge.icann.org/en/applications?filter0=160
> You can view the diversity of membership of the different Regional
> Organisations on the participants list for Mexico:
> http://www.atlarge.icann.org/summit/participants
> 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
> example:
>    * 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:
> http://www.atlarge.icann.org/en/whatis.htm
> Feel free to share this information with organisations that could become 
> ALSes.
> best,
> ar
> 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
>> Datatech
>> 20 21 20 58
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