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The ALAC chair provided an updated report about the At-Large Review. Basically, the report was prepared on time and sent to the Organisational Effectiveness Committee (OEC) for its consideration.
- ATLAS lll selection criteria process
- Completion including an application, attend the five core subjects on ICANNLEARN and/or webinar and demonstration of involvement in ATLARGE
- 86 applications
- 60 names to be assessed for travel
Vanda Scartezini, Co Chair of ATLAS lll programme
Leadership Subjects for ATLAS lll have been narrowed now with the assistance of the ICANN consultant. These will be interactive sessions on key leadership stills.
Capacity Building Update by Joanna Kuleza
The Program group reported that a EPDP case study was developed to help structure the ATLAS III program. Consultant David Kolb has been contracted to help in putting together a comprehensive agenda to support this effort.
Topic: Privacy vs Security
Five groups to be divided into groups and create a policy position for GAC, IPC, SSAC, NCUC and ATLARGE
ATLAS lll Ebook presentation
The North American Strategy completed on May 28th and the plan was sent to the community for feedback and comments. sent to the GSE and approved by GSE VP Chris Modini
Here is the full details on the strategy
- NARALO on our communication and engagement strategies is the launch of the NARALO Insights series , see https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLHeYfhcpf4QQapmbiqkHZEP6BVmq0jVmz
- Ongoing NARALO Monthly Newsletter with Susannha Gray as the editor in chief
- Ongoing ICANN meeting readouts
- Major engagement for 2019 will be NASIG on Oct 31 and Nov 1st in Montreal, We will provide hotel for 30 ATLAS lll attendees,
ICANN Chairman of the Board reported on some of the issues the Board i focusing on. Mentioned that he is leaving the Board at the end of the 2019 AGM meeting.
Goran met ALAC members three years ago. Here is a memento picture of that interaction.
(A picture from ICANN55 at Marrakech in 2016)
Leon added that it is difficult to predict how elections would impact GDPR legislation. The proposal is that CCWG-IG will track data protection legislation in different parts of the world. The Board needs that the ICANN community is aware of these developments and can feed into local proposals for similar legislation. Everyone in the ICANN community is invited to report to the CCWG-IG whenever there is a local legislation that may impact ICANN’s operations. Early information would enable the CCWG to predict trends even if the proposal does not result in legislation (unlike the case with GDPR, on which ICANN did not act until too late).
Eduardo Diaz and Glenn McKnight