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GNSO Council Teleconference Agenda

Last Updated:
02 April 2018
Date

Draft Agenda for GNSO Council meeting Thursday, September 8, 2005

Coordinated Universal Time UTC 12:00
(5:00 LA, 8:00 Washington DC, 13:00 London, 14:00 Brussels, 22:00 Melbourne

Bruce Tonkin will be chairing the GNSO Council teleconference.
Scheduled time for meeting - 120 mins.

Dial-in number sent individually to each Council member

Item 1: Review the background, goals and expected outcomes of the GNSO
review, at both the Council and constituency level
- respond to any questions on background from ICANN Board members
present
- receive input on expected outcomes from ICANN Board members present

Item 2: Discuss the current draft document
- receive input from ICANN Board members present that have read the
terms of reference
- receive input from GNSO Council members

(5:00 LA, 8:00 New York, 14:00 Brussels, 22:00 Melbourne)
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Monterrey, Mexico UTC-6+1DST 7:00
Irving, Texas (CST) UTC-6+1DST 7:00
Washington DC, USA (EST) UTC-5+1DST 8:00
Buenos Aires, Argentina UTC-3+0DST 9:00
London, United Kingdom UTC+0+1DST 13:00
Brussels, Belgium (CET) UTC+1+1DST 14:00
Karlsruhe, Germany (CET) UTC+1+1DST 14:00
Stockholm, Sweden (CET) UTC+1+1DST 14:00
Phnom Penh, Cambodia UTC+7+0DST 19:00
Melbourne, Australia UTC+10+0DST 22:00
Auckland, New Zealand UTC+12+0DST 00:00
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