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Evolving ICANN's MSM - Webinars. - Shared screen with speaker view
Brenda Brewer
37:02
Good day! Welcome to Evolving ICANN’s Multistakeholder Model - Webinar #2 on 12 September 2019 @ 16:00 UTC.
Brenda Brewer
37:07
Multistakeholder Model Website: https://www.icann.org/resources/pages/governance-plan-improve-multistakeholder-model-2019-04-08-enICANN Expected Standards of Behavior: https://www.icann.org/resources/pages/expected-standards-2016-06-28-enGoals of the Webinar:** Discuss how we develop the work plan for Evolving ICANN’s MSM.** Understand the issues that have been described by the community as hampering the more effective functioning of ICANN’s MSM.** Address and avoid duplication of work and ensure that the important issues are addressed in the work plan.
Danko Jevtovic
37:23
Hi ALL
Judith Hellerstein
42:34
Brian, Maureen sends her apologies as she is unable to make it
Mark Datysgeld
45:00
It had been stated focus would be given to issues 5 to 7, then looping back to the earlier issues, so that both webinars don't run short on the same issues.
Judith Hellerstein
45:37
yes exactly that is why I came on
Judith Hellerstein
45:45
are we not following that path
Jim Prendergast
47:40
were the webinars sequential? or two different times for different regions?
Nadira AL-ARAJ
47:48
maybe we are first time attending
Mark Datysgeld
48:52
Of course, Nadira. However, if time is not managed well today, 5 through 7 might not be discussed at all, which would be undesirable.
eleeza.agopian
49:23
Hi Jim, yes the intention was to provide the same webinar in two instances to cover as many time zones as possible.
Jim Prendergast
49:56
ok thx
Nadira AL-ARAJ
50:08
going brisk to cover all points would do
Nadira AL-ARAJ
50:31
maybe leaving the Q&A to the end
Mark Datysgeld
50:50
I agree that would be good, Nadria.
Nadira AL-ARAJ
51:47
better approach
Vanda Scartezini
52:04
hi everyone. thanks for the opportunity.
Nadira AL-ARAJ
52:35
depends on the area
Danko Jevtovic
52:43
The Community
Vanda Scartezini
53:17
Agree with Manal
Vanda Scartezini
53:40
everyone shall be aprt
Vanda Scartezini
54:05
ecco
Mark Datysgeld
57:38
I do not see the solutions as relating to the issues. Bringing in new people does not break silos.
Barbara Wanner
57:58
Agree with you, Mark!
Manal Ismail (GAC)
58:08
+1 Mark ..
theresa.swinehart
01:00:00
@Mark, Barbara, interesting observation - what things might help address the issues? Are there opportunities to explore?
Mark Datysgeld
01:00:41
@Theresa I mentioned yesterday that the B meetings were supposed to be exactly about this. Reducing gaps between communities. Helsinki was like that, but then this was abandoned.
Judith Hellerstein
01:00:50
@mark this is what I said yesterday
Danko Jevtovic
01:02:23
I am not the only one with technical issues ;)
theresa.swinehart
01:02:43
@Mark, Judith, ah - maybe something to look at and capture. Hope you can submit what worked there well, and ideas to the public comments as well.
Mark Datysgeld
01:03:29
@Barbara Agree
Mark Datysgeld
01:03:53
@Theresa I will make sure this is reflected in the BC draft
theresa.swinehart
01:07:58
@Mark, great, thanks!
Barbara Wanner
01:08:00
On "consensus," I would encourage everyone to examine the GNSO PDP 3.0 group's consensus process and consider its applicability more broadly. Personally, I am quite keen to see the PDP3.0 "solution." Thanks!
Judith Hellerstein
01:08:40
for inclusivity we also need to take into account the other meaning, accessibility
Judith Hellerstein
01:11:16
also I agree that these leadership programs do not really work well in certain stakeholder groups
Judith Hellerstein
01:12:22
it is up to the ac/so to create their own mentoring plans and thee are not funded
Judith Hellerstein
01:12:41
*these
Judith Hellerstein
01:17:07
thanks I am in a very noisy place so did not speak long, but think we need to rethink a mentoring program. also we create learning tools but then they a not used buy others and each year some ac/sos are asked to create new ones instead of using what was done initially
Mary Wong
01:20:54
@Judith, can you elaborate (here in chat is fine) on what you mean about SOACs being asked to create new learning tools?
Chokri ben romdhane
01:21:39
I agree with sebastien no need to agregate the strategic issue holostic view with an organizational issue like role and responsabilities
Judith Hellerstein
01:24:28
in past mentor programs Dev and his mentors had created a whole tutorial on icann issues but in the next program these were not used and they were told to create new one or take a different tack. or were not told where the tutorials or other work was so they could be referenced and th n new ones were created
Judith Hellerstein
01:24:48
mary I can send you more info on this issue
Mary Wong
01:25:41
@Judith, please do, especially as to whether the programs were created at ICANN org’s request. Thank you.
Judith Hellerstein
01:27:56
also the ITI is only tackling the icann website and not the wiki
Judith Hellerstein
01:28:15
most info is on the wiki and very difficult to find
Judith Hellerstein
01:30:07
also on open data again this is only on the icann website and not the wiki and also each ac/so has control over their own site but there is no overarching template on how pages are done or what should be on the page
Danko Jevtovic
01:31:15
ITI seems to be a very good step
Mark Datysgeld
01:33:30
The tool Judith is talking about: https://community.icann.org/display/atlarge/ICANN+Stakeholder+Analysis+Tool
Barbara Wanner
01:34:15
RE external developments causing complexity, is there a dedicated ICANN staff person in each of the international offices and hubs who could contribute to a comprehensive report (compiled at HQ). That might serve as a global legislative/regulatory forecasting tool so the community and ICANN Org can proactively address issues (such as GDPR). Perhaps this already is underway??
Mary Wong
01:34:44
It may also be relevant to note that different community groups use the wiki very differently, so in terms of a solution there may not be a one size fits all (in regards to the wiki anyway).
eleeza.agopian
01:35:04
HI Barbara, ICANN has begun a legislative tracking initiative. You can see the reports here: https://www.icann.org/legislative-report-2019
Judith Hellerstein
01:35:12
exactly
Mary Wong
01:35:29
@Barbara, ICANN Org’s Government Engagement team compiles the Tracker Eleeza just linked to.
Barbara Wanner
01:35:47
Thanks Eleeza and Mary!
Chokri ben romdhane
01:36:11
I wonder how the odi initiative will reduce the complexity of the topics treated by ICANN I know will be a good tools to federate outputs of community in one platform but I'm not sure that it will reduce the complexity of ICANN activities
Vanda Scartezini
01:36:18
thank you all