[discuss] ITU PP-14 has started in Busan, Korea
veni at veni.com
Tue Oct 21 04:21:22 UTC 2014
Statements are important. Even more is what you think about the
internet-related documents, which are now publicly accessible on the ITU
On Tuesday, October 21, 2014, Adam <ajp at glocom.ac.jp> wrote:
> Thanks Paul.
> New civil society statement might be of interest -- and I hope will gain
> support, see http://bestbits.net/itu-plenipot-notes/
> > On Mon, Oct 20, 2014 at 4:38 PM, Anne Jellema <anne at webfoundation.org
> > Dear colleagues
> > As you know, a fluid working group was formed after the IGF to try to
> come up with joint recommendations for the ITU Plenipot. We produced the
> open letter on transparency and participation in the Plenipot process
> itself, which many of you signed (thank you!). Our second and harder task
> was to develop positions on some of the most important substantive issues
> before the conference. The output of this second phase of our work is a 7
> page lobby document that is now available for endorsement for the next 24
> hours at:
> > http://bestbits.net/itu-plenipot-notes
> > The fluid working group struggled to obtain the conference proposals on
> which to base our analysis and recommendations, both because of the ITU's
> restrictions on document access and because many Member States submitted
> their proposals quite late in the day. As a result, our drafting process
> has taken us hard up against the start of the Plenipot itself.
> > It is now very urgent to get this text in front of delegations, so we
> are opening it for endorsements rather than comment. If however someone has
> a red flag, "absolutely can't live with it" issue that prevents them from
> signing on, they should email me personally in the next 24 hours to propose
> an edit(s) to resolve this issue, and I will consult the other members of
> the ITU fluid working group on whether to accept this edit.
> > Due to the lack of time for comment and consensus, we are not presenting
> these recommendations in the name of Best Bits or on behalf of civil
> society in general but only on behalf of the specific organisations
> > If you would like your organisation to be listed, please send your logo
> 22:30 CET (16:30 EST) tomorrow, 21 Oct.
> > Best wishes
> > Anne
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> On Oct 21, 2014, at 12:07 PM, Paul Wilson wrote:
> > Friends,
> > You are probably aware that the ITU's 2014 plenipotentiary conference
> started yesterday, and will run for the next 3 weeks.
> > The event webcast is available here:
> > https://www.itu.int/en/plenipotentiary/2014/Pages/webcast.aspx
> > and please note the links to real time captioning services on this page.
> > For twitter, the "official" hashtag is #Plenipot14
> > If anyone is aware of useful reports or commentaries on the meeting as
> it goes on, hope you will share them here.
> > All the best
> > Paul.
> > ________________________________________________________________________
> > Paul Wilson, Director-General, APNIC <dg at apnic.net
> > http://www.apnic.net +61 7 3858 3100
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