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Wednesday, December 7 • 15:00 - 16:00
OF14: ICANN

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The ICANN Open Forum aims to update participants on progress ICANN has made in key areas of its work since last year’s IGF in João Pessoa. 

This is one of the most well attended and interactive sessions at IGF meetings, where participants get the opportunity to engage in an open dialogue with ICANN’s leadership and exchange views on various issues. In particular, the session will provide updates and seek feedback on key projects and processes such as the implementation of the IANA Stewardship Transition, the on-going work on Accountability, ICANN’s strategic planning, and ICANN’s global stakeholder engagement efforts. 

The Open Forum is also an opportunity for ICANN to expand beyond its regular community and reach out to new audience to help them become more acquainted with ICANN related work. 

Speakers:

• Steve Crocker, Chairman of the ICANN Board
• Göran Marby, President and CEO
• Other staff / community to be invited 

Moderator:

• Chris Disspain, ICANN Board Director

Session Organizers
avatar for Baher Esmat

Baher Esmat

Vice President, Global Stakeholder Engagement, Middle East, ICANN
Baher Esmat is a leading voice on Internet policy and regulatory issues in the Middle East. In his role as ICANN Regional Vice President, he is part of the advance guard of Internet proponents for a free, open and affordable Internet within the Arab world. | A keen facilitator of collaboration and dialogue between ICANN and the broader Internet community, Baher promotes and supports domain name system operations initiatives and capacity-building... Read More →


Wednesday December 7, 2016 15:00 - 16:00
Workshop Room 9 PALCCO, Guadalajara, Mexico

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