[discuss] Report from the BR meeting local organizing group - Dec 2013
jmamodio at gmail.com
Sat Dec 21 19:17:38 UTC 2013
Thank Carlos for the detailed update
> The HLMC will be responsible for overseeing the political articulations
> and for encouraging the participation of the international community.
> It will be composed of government representatives of 12 countries
> (precise list still being established by the BR government)
12 countries out of ~195 UN member states ? One of which I assume that by default is Brazil.
What criteria is being followed to select the countries ?
Looks like the BR government wants to impose their agenda/policy on every single committee.
> 450 from govs
> 500-550 from non-gov, non-UN stakeholders
> 100 journalists
> 50 IGOs/UN reps
Where these numbers come from ?
> 8. Expected outcomes as success indicators
> - Official launching of a review process of the global IG frameworks/models;
Would you mind to elaborate what do you mean by "official"
> - Development of a set of universally acceptable core of principles for
> global IG;
Who will get the mandate to develop them and from who ?
> - Tentative draft of a global IG model.
Is there any existing model of reference ? And what do you mean by "global" ?
> My personal comment: these ambitious outcomes of course involve a lot of
> preparatory process work, especially by the Executive Committee. This is
> why we need to conclude the nominations asap in order to start the real
> work towards the meeting.
There not just ambitious, the sound unreal.
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