[AfrICANN-discuss] Fwd: Community Feedback on draft IGF Programme Framework Chart

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Tue Oct 23 22:41:26 UTC 2018

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De : SUTO Timea <Timea.SUTO at iccwbo.org>
Date : 23/10/2018 14:45 (GMT+00:00)
À : "MAG-public (Igfmaglist at intgovforum.org)" <Igfmaglist at intgovforum.org>
Objet : [IGFmaglist] Community Feedback on draft IGF Programme Framework Chart

Dear MAG colleagues,

>From now until November 19th, the IGF Multi-year Strategic Work Programme Working Group (WG-MWP) is soliciting community feedback on its draft IGF Programme Framework Chart (Draft Chart).

The Draft Chart outlines the planning cycle for the annual IGF in a simple, yet comprehensive, format.  The purpose of the Draft Chart is to serve as a reference document for the work of the WG-MWP by illustrating the agenda and programme-setting process from a "bird's eye" point of view, thus capturing the main points and junctures of the current process. The aim of this exercise is to develop a common baseline for the IGF annual programme development and agenda setting process, as well as to assess potential gaps and suggestions for improvement.
To review the document and provide your feedback, please visit https://www.intgovforum.org/multilingual/content/community-feedback-questionnaire-on-the-draft-igf-programme-framework-chart.

We are looking forward to your thoughts and input and encourage you all to share this link within your respective communities and networks.

Thank you in advance for your collaboration!

Kind regards,
Timea Suto & Susan Chalmers
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