[AfrICANN-discuss] [AFRI-Discuss] Call for topics: Joint AFRALO-AfrICANN Statement for ICANN64
ABDULKARIM AYOPO OLOYEDE
oloyede.aa at unilorin.edu.ng
Thu Jan 31 09:07:11 UTC 2019
I would like to go with Tijani on New gTLD Subsequent Procedures (Neustar
proposal on the upcoming rounds). As you might be aware, we also discussed New
gTLD Subsequent Procedures in Barcelona however this process is very
important to us as Africans. We need to have a clear and loud voice on this
issue because if we don't it would come back to hunt us and the future
Discussing it again would be a clear message to ICANN that we really want
to do this.
I am happy to be part of the drafting team.
*Dr. Abdulkarim A.Oloyede*. *B. Eng (BUK), M.Sc (York), PhD (York), R.Eng,
*Rutherford Commonwealth Post Doctoral Fellow, University of York
*Senior Lecturer, **Department of Telecommunications Science, University of
*Vice Chairman, Telecommunications Development Advisory Group (TDAG),
Telecommunication Union (ITU).*
*Alternative Emails: olouss at yahoo.com <olouss at yahoo.com> OR
aao500 at york.ac.uk <aao500 at york.ac.uk>*
On Wed, Jan 30, 2019 at 7:09 PM Sarah Kiden <skiden at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear Colleagues,
> I hope this email finds you well. The ICANN64 meeting in Kobe, Japan is
> about 1.5 months away. We plan to have the Joint AFRALO-AfrICANN meeting.
> This is a call for topics for the statement for the meeting. Previous
> statements can be accessed here
> As is the norm, the topic that receives the most support will be selected.
> A drafting team will then be constituted to prepare the statement. Please
> note that the final statement should be prepared early to allow translation
> into French. Please send your suggestions by *Wednesday, 6 February 2019*.
> Looking forward to hearing from you!
> Kind regards,
> Sarah Kiden
> AFRALO Secretariat
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