[IRPCoalition] Co-chair nomination and SC self-nomination

Leandro Navarro leandro at pangea.org
Wed Dec 11 13:04:47 EET 2019

I support Michael and Minda, and I am happy to see the highlight on
environmental rights and ICT sustainability. Thanks for your step forward.

Best wishes, Leandro.

On 11/12/2019 11:50, Loreto Corredoira wrote:
> I do support Michael and  Minda
> Best! 
> El mar., 10 dic. 2019 a las 17:54, Michael J. Oghia
> (<mike.oghia at gmail.com <mailto:mike.oghia at gmail.com>>) escribió:
>     Dear IRPC members,
>     With this email, I would like to offer two nominations. One is for
>     the nomination of *M**inda Moreira* to reprise her role as
>     *co-chair* over the 2020-2022 period. She has done a phenomenal
>     job with Marianne and the IRPC Steering Committee to ensure
>     climate issues as well as other issues such as the rights of
>     refugees, migrants, and other marginalised groups are on the
>     agenda. I am excited for IRPC's path forward, and I am confident
>     she can continue to lead well.
>     For the second nomination, I am officially *self-nominating
>     myself* for the open *IRPC Steering Committee* position. The
>     opening of this position comes at an ideal time, which I hope my
>     statement of intent below affirms. Should anyone else support my
>     nomination, I would be grateful for a second.
>     *
>     *
>     *Statement of intent*
>     My name is Michael J. Oghia, I live in Belgrade, Serbia, and I am
>     currently the advocacy and engagement manager for the Global Forum
>     for Media Development (GFMD). I have been involved with the IGF
>     community and wider Internet governance ecosystem since 2015, and
>     have been actively searching for an appropriate position where I
>     could serve as an advisor. Not only do I meet all the criteria of
>     a successful IRPC Steering Committee member, but the shifting
>     focus of the IRPC to the relationship between human rights, the
>     environment, and ICT sustainability provides an ideal space for me
>     to contribute my expertise and the networks I have built since I
>     began writing about and advocating for these issues in 2016. I am
>     confident that, if elected, I could help shape the IRPC's
>     engagement strategy going forward, be a vital resource for the
>     community, and also take full advantage of my existing experience
>     and connections to other IGF Dynamic Coalitions to the benefit of
>     the IRPC. I have been closely involved in planning the last two
>     IRPC sessions at the IGF, and I look forward to generating even
>     more positive momentum going forward. In addition to my experience
>     with Internet governance and ICT sustainability, I have also
>     worked in conflict resolution, journalism & media, policy, and
>     development for almost 10 years across five countries: the US,
>     Lebanon, India, Turkey, and Serbia. I'm happy to answer any
>     questions you may have, and  encourage to check out my LinkedIn
>     <https://linkedin.com/in/mikeoghia> for more information. Thank
>     you for your time and consideration!
>     Best,
>     -Michael
>     __________________
>     Michael J. Oghia | Advocacy & Engagement Manager 
>     Global Forum for Media Development (GFMD <https://gfmd.info>)
>     Belgrade, Serbia | Twitter
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>     <https://www.linkedin.com/in/mikeoghia>
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