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Regional Consultative Meetings

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A series of regional consultative meetings in 2008 that explained the Improving Institutional Confidence initiative and its aims, and encouraged discussion and debate with the global Internet community.

To learn more about subsequent steps, please visit: http://www.icann.org/en/jpa/iic/

Past meetings:

  • 13 October: Dakar, Senegal
  • 1 October: Washington DC, United States of America
  • 15 September: Geneva, Switzerland
  • 19 August: Montevideo, Uruguay
  • 26 August: Christchurch, New Zealand
  • Afrinic, Mauritius, November 2008
  • IGF, Hyderabad, December 2008

MEETINGS


Montevideo, Uruguay (Tue 19 Aug)

This event was held during lunch at the LACNIC Consultation Meeting on Tuesday 19 August at the NH Colombia Hotel.

The session lasted 90 minutes.

In attendance from ICANN were:

  • Pablo Hinojosa, Regional Relations Manager for Latin America, ICANN
  • Raimundo Beca, President's Strategy Committee member and ICANN Board member
  • Kieren McCarthy, general manager of public participation, ICANN

A summary of the meeting will be published shortly.

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Christchurch, New Zealand, Tue 26 Aug

Christchurch, New Zealand (Tue 26 Aug)

The event was held at 1.30pm at the 26th APNIC meeting on Tuesday 26 August at the Christchurch Convention Centre. The session lasted 90 minutes.

In attendance from ICANN was:

  • Save Vocea, Regional Relations Manager for Asia Pacific, ICANN
  • Paul Twomey, Co-chair of the President's Strategy Committee and ICANN CEO [by video link]
  • Marilyn Cade, President's Strategy Committee member
  • Donna Austin, Manager of Governmental Relations, ICANN
  • Leo Vegoda, Manager, Number Resources, ICANN

A full transcript, as well as video and audio recordings of the meeting are available on APNIC website at: http://www.apnic.net/meetings/26/program/icann/.

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Geneva, Switzerland, Mon 15 Sep

Geneva, Switzerland (Mon 15 Sep)

The consultative meeting was held on Monday, 15 September, the day prior to the Internet Governance Forum's open consultations at the United Nations. It was held at the Hotel Royal and lasted 90 minutes.

Attending from ICANN was:

  • Marilyn Cade (United States), President's Strategy Committee member
  • Yrjö Länsipuro Finland), President's Strategy Committee member
  • Theresa Swinehart (ICANN staff), Vice President, Global and Strategic Partnerships
  • Massimiliano Minisci (ICANN staff), Regional Relations Manager for Europe,
  • Kieren McCarthy (ICANN staff), General Manager of Public Participation, ICANN

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Washington DC, United States of America, Wed 1 Oct

Washington DC, United States of America (Wed 1 Oct)

The event was held at the National Press Club and was an ICANN-run event specifically for the Improving Institutional Confidence consultation.

In attendance from ICANN were:

  • Peter Dengate Thrush, Co-chair of the President's Strategy Committee and ICANN Chairman
  • Paul Twomey, Co-chair of the President's Strategy Committee and ICANN CEO
  • Marilyn Cade, President's Strategy Committee member
  • Yrjö Länsipuro, President's Strategy Committee member
  • Jean-Jacques Subrenat, President's Strategy Committee member and ICANN Board member
  • Raimundo Beca, President's Strategy Committee member and ICANN Board member
  • Paul Levins, Vice President of Corporate Affairs, ICANN

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Dakar, Senegal, 13 Oct 2008

Dakar, Senegal (Mon 13 Oct)

This outreach meeting was part of the Internet Governance and Policy Makers in Africa event.

PLACE: Le Meridien President Hotel, Pointe des Almadies, BP 8181

Attending from ICANN were:

  • Pierre Dandjinou, President's Strategy Committee member
  • Anne-Rachel Inné, Regional Manager for Africa, ICANN

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* With the exception of Washington, the dates coincide with existing meetings where Internet community members and those interested in ICANN issues are already expected to attend.

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