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[rpd] Gauging concensus for PDWG meetings

Barrack Otieno otieno.barrack at
Thu Dec 3 09:36:43 UTC 2015

I think experience and discretion would be the right answer, it is all
about engaging the audience to stir them up amd guiding the discussion as
per best practices that guide the field neing discussed.

On Dec 3, 2015 12:03 PM, "Mwendwa Kivuva" <Kivuva at>

> There was an interesting debate yesterday at the floor of the Policy
> discussion meeting on how the co-chairs should phrase questions when
> gauging consensus for policies. There were those who felt that the
> co-chairs did not ask the right questions which would help the policy
> author determine the actions needed to take the policy forward.
> Is there a standard way to phrase consensus questions or are the co-chairs
> required to use their experience and discretion?
> Regards
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> Mwendwa Kivuva, Nairobi, Kenya
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