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Re: [council] FW: [soac-chairs] Cross Community Working Group on Internet Governance proposed Charter

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  • Date: Tue, 19 Aug 2014 15:24:20 +0000
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For your information, please find the draft charter attached as was
circulated by Olivier on 17 June.

Best regards,


On 19/08/14 17:15, "Jonathan Robinson" <jrobinson@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

>Is anyone planning to pick this up via a motion or any other action at the
>September 4th Meeting?
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Olivier MJ Crepin-Leblond [mailto:ocl@xxxxxxx]
>Sent: 14 August 2014 13:29
>To: soac-chairs@xxxxxxxxx; Ergys Ramaj
>Cc: Renate DeWulf; 'Bart Boswinkel'; Rafik Dammak
>Subject: Re: [soac-chairs] Cross Community Working Group on Internet
>Governance proposed Charter
>Dear SO/AC Chairs,
>I am following up on my message below regarding the Charter of the Cross
>Community Working Group on Internet Governance.
>It looks increasingly likely that there will be a follow-up to NetMundial,
>in the form of an initiative that will be discussed at "day zero" of the
>in Istanbul.
>It would be helpful if the CCWG on IG could, by NetMundial, have a Charter
>that's signed off by ICANN's SOs and ACs and I therefore look forward to
>hearing from you on progress within your SO or AC to provide us with
>feedback on whether the Charter's been agreed or needs to be amended
>according to the concerns of your community.
>Kindest regards,
>Olivier MJ Crépin-Leblond
>CCWG on Internet Governance Coordinator
>On 17/06/2014 15:14, Olivier MJ Crepin-Leblond wrote:
>> Dear SO/AC Chairs,
>> please be so kind to find the proposed draft charter of the Cross
>> Community Working Group on Internet Governance attached to this message.
>> The working group asks that this draft charter be considered by your
>> Supporting Organisations and Advisory Committees for the official
>> creation of the CCWG. As a reminder, this is a follow-up to the work
>> that was cast aside whilst input to the NetMundial meeting was needed
>> at short notice.
>> The draft Charter is the result of discussion held in Singapore
>> regarding the future of the working group as well as a Team of
>> individuals from several SOs and AC drawing on their combined
>> experience in drafting charters.
>> It is hoped that the issue of chartering this WG can be added to the
>> agenda of all SOs and ACs that will meet in London and that the WG
>> will receive your feedback by the end of the ICANN meeting, on 26 June
>> Of particular importance you might with to look at the votes and the
>> (lack of) normalisation on a per SO/AC basis. The charter drafting
>> team could not reach consensus on whether normalisation of votes was
>> needed or not. We leave it to your community to provide its feedback on
>> For any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Rafik Dammak or
>> myself, the current interim coordinators of the WG.
>> Kind regards,
>> Olivier MJ Crépin-Leblond
>> CCWG on Internet Governance Coordinator
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