Welcome to the ICANN57 schedule! This seven-day, Annual General Meeting is focused on outreach, capacity building, and showcasing ICANN’s work to a broader global audience. For more details about the meeting, click here.
“Provide your input on Operating Standards for how to conduct Reviews” Share your input on the development of Operating Standards to make ICANN Specific and Organizational Reviews more efficient, consistent and transparent. What is it and why does it matter? Operating Standards provide a system to conduct Specific and Organizational Reviews and tools to assist with the Review process. Specific Reviews (CCT Review, SSR Review, ATRT Review, and RDS/WHOIS Review) and Organizational Reviews (GNSO Review, At-Large Review, etc.) are mandated by the new Bylaws. These Reviews are very important to assess ICANN’s performance with regard to its commitments. Review Operating Standards provide tools to bring consistent rules, clarity and transparency to the various Review processes. This session will offer an opportunity to provide input into the draft outline and raise important questions such as: • How to structure the new operating standards to make them useful to the ICANN community; • How should the new nomination and selection process for Specific Reviews (SSR, CCT, ATRT, RDS) work. Who should attend? This session is the continuation of a dialogue that started during the drafting of the new Bylaws. If you have participated in Reviews before, or are interested in the subject of Reviews, you are especially encouraged to attend. - Staff Leader: Charla Shambley