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[I-coordination] Nominations to /1Net Steering committee & Brazil Meeting Organising commitees
kdrstoll at gmail.com
Thu Dec 5 13:48:40 CET 2013
Greetings. Does this mean that members of those civil society groups
that have written to the Brazilian organizers and which to have direct
representation should not be available for nomination to the Brazil
preparation committees? I think that would be consequent.
The question also stands in the room if it is constructive that some
civil society groups seem to pick and choose whats best for them instead
of standing in solidarity with the rest something that is far from
perfect. I do not call this a respectful position of these civil society
groups, it seems to be more an exercise in throwing their weight around.
Maybe it would also be consequent for these civil society groups to
withdraw their members from all nominations.
Are we in this together or only when it suits us?
Is this about organizational interests or about the common good?
> Hi Adiel
> If I get it right, I read below as asking civil society to send names
> of 4 people to you - as coordinator of 1net - for 2 preparation
> committees of the 'Brazil meeting'. Is it so?
> I am not sure, but perhaps you know that civil society groups have
> written to the Brazilian organisers that they will like to have a
> direct engagment with them and not through any common front, or any
> such thing (including 1net.)
> In the circumstances, I wonder why the below announcement... I dare
> say that it appears to be disrespectful of civil soicety's stand that
> was taken together by a number of civil society groups.
> On Thursday 05 December 2013 03:31 PM, Adiel Akplogan wrote:
>> Dear all,
>> In order to bring some clarity in to this let me remind us that each stakeholder group (Business (done), Civil Society, Technical community, Academia) is requested to appoint/nominate a total of 9 people:
>> - 2 people for the Brazil meeting's preparation committee-1: Multistakeholder High-Level Committee
>> *** This is the committee that will set the high-level
>> political tone and objectives of the conference.
>> Committee members will engage on a global level with
>> stakeholders to encourage participation in the
>> conference and maximize its chances of success
>> - 2 people for the Brazil meeting's preparation Committee 3: Multistakeholder Executive Committee
>> **** This committee owns the full responsibility of
>> organizing the event, including: defining conference
>> purpose/agenda, managing invitations, organizing
>> input received by March 1 into a coherent set of
>> proposals for the conferees to address, managing
>> conference proceedings and process, and directing all
>> communications activities pre-during-post conference.
>> - 5 people to constitute the /1Net Steering committee
>> Let me suggest December 15 as deadline to have the nominations from all the groups. Once you have your list, please forward it to me directly or share with the mailing lists. Please allow me to request that we, on this list respect what each group will come up with. It is for each interested group to organise themselves to select their reps and we must respect that.
>> - a.
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