[IRP] IRP meeting - Geneva May 9th
Wed May 5 16:20:53 EEST 2010
It's great that people are participating in person and remotely on Sunday.
The experts are still working on the charter. I will send round a draft version on Friday, along with a brief explanatory note of where the experts have got to so far. I'm afraid we still won't have a "final draft" at that stage, so we'll still be looking at a work in progress. But the meeting will help us understand what's been done so far, and provide direction for the final stages of drafting.
On Friday I'll also send round an agenda for the meeting (which you can of course add to/edit etc...it's your meeting!), and details of how to participate remotely. As a rough guide, we'll be starting at 13.30 and finishing around 18.00. As one of our experts has to leave the meeting early, I propose we start on the Charter (13.30-16.30), and then discuss other coalition business (16.30-18.00). If there's anything specific you want to discuss in the meeting, please let me know!
We'll be going for dinner at 18.30 - location tbc.
All of these times are Geneva times (CET).
Looking forward to it!
All the best,
From: irp-bounces at lists.internetrightsandprinciples.org [mailto:irp-bounces at lists.internetrightsandprinciples.org] On Behalf Of M I Franklin
Sent: 05 May 2010 14:13
To: Anja Kovacs; irp at lists.internetrightsandprinciples.org
Subject: Re: [IRP] IRP meeting - Geneva May 9th
All the best for Geneva and I too am looking forward to participating
What arrangements have been made on that count; how/where do we log on?
My apologies for not being able to make it in person.
--On Tuesday, May 04, 2010 15:51 +0530 Anja Kovacs <anja at cis-india.org>
> Dear all,
> Hope you are all well.
> I will be participating remotely in Sunday's meeting.
> Really looking forward to seeing the new draft!
> On Tuesday 04 May 2010 01:46 AM, Ginger Paque wrote:
>> My plane is scheduled to land at 1 p.m... I can go directly from the
>> airport... but where? I second Fouad's request that it be near
>> See you soon!
>> Best, Ginger
>> On 4/29/2010 4:36 PM, Fouad Bajwa wrote:
>>> Unfortunately I will be in a flight to Geneva and arrive around 5pm in
>>> the city. If the venue is anywhere near Diplo Foundation's office then
>>> it would be easy to reach.
>>> In the meantime, we have been raising issues with relevance to
>>> Internet Rights and Principles in Pakistan. Its a start and we are
>>> getting mixed reactions. Here is a recent post that also points out
>>> certain clauses of the UN human rights charter and creates the
>>> relevance to VOIP issues being faced by Pakistani citizens. Its a
>>> rocky road trip but someone has to continue the fight:
>>> Lack of VOIP De-regularization by PTA in Pakistan destroying or
>>> boosting local access and industry?
>>> Probably if we intend to have dinner together that would be also a
>>> good venue to catch-up for late comers?
>>> -- Looking forward to see you all again!
>>> Fouad Bajwa
>>> 2010/4/29 Rebecca MacKinnon<rebecca.mackinnon at gmail.com>:
>>>> Unfortunately I will be in Santiago Chile for a Global Voices meeting
>>>> and will be unable to participate even remotely in real time. Would it
>>>> be possible to share the document on the email list for feedback and
>>>> discussion before and/or after that day? Or could notes of the day's
>>>> discussion be distributed for further feedback?
>>>> Sent from my iphone
>>>> On Apr 28, 2010, at 11:40 PM, Eddan Katz<eddan at eff.org> wrote:
>>>> I would also be interested in participating in the meeting, but
>>>> unfortunately remotely as well.
>>>> On Apr 21, 2010, at 7:02 AM, Lisa Horner wrote:
>>>> Hi all
>>>> Just a quick note to confirm that the IRP meeting is going ahead in
>>>> Geneva on Sunday May 9th. We need to get an idea of numbers, and also
>>>> set up the remote participation system. So please could you let me
>>>> know if you're going to come, either virtually or in person?
>>>> We'll be starting around 13.00 Geneva time. If you want to dial in
>>>> at different times due to time zones or availability, just let me know
>>>> and we can work around it.
>>>> The focus of the meeting will be the Charter of Human Rights and
>>>> Principles for the Internet. The expert group will be presenting the
>>>> work they've done, so it's really important that as many of us as
>>>> possible participate to feed in our ideas and ask questions. There
>>>> will also be scope to discuss other issues and initiatives, so let me
>>>> know if there's anything you want to put on the agenda or update the
>>>> group about.
>>>> Does anyone know of any good remote participation systems that we could
>>>> use?preferably that are free?
>>>> Hope you can come!
>>>> Lisa Horner
>>>> Head of Research& Policy Global Partners and Associates
>>>> 338 City Road, London, EC1V 2PY, UK
>>>> Office: + 44 207 239 8251 Mobile: +44 7867 795859
>>>> LisaH at global-partners.co.uk www.global-partners.co.uk
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