What is the At-Large Community?
"At-Large" is the name for the community of individual Internet users who participate in the policy development work of ICANN. Currently, 250 At-Large Structure groups and 142 individuals in 104 countries and regions representing the views of individual Internet users are active within five Regional At-Large Organizations. The At-Large Advisory Committee (ALAC), is the primary organizational home within ICANN for individual Internet users. The role of the ALAC is to consider and provide advice on the activities of ICANN, insofar as they relate to the interests of individual Internet users. You can learn more about the community and its activities on this website, as well as how to join and participate in building the future of the worldwide Domain Name System (DNS) and other unique identifiers that every single user of the Internet relies on every time they go online.
2023-2024 ALAC Members
The 15 Members of the ALAC are (left to right from bottom left: Shah Zahidur Rahman, Jonathan Zuck(ALAC Chair and ALAC Leadership Team), Pari Esfandiari, Justine Chew (ALAC Vice-Chair, ALAC Leadership Team, and ALAC Liaison to the GNSO), Lilian Ivette De Luque Bruges, Joanna Kulesza (ALAC Leadership Team and ALAC Liaison to the GAC), Raïhanath Gbadamassi (ALAC Leadership Team), Claire Craig (ALAC Vice-Chair and ALAC Leadership Team), Bukola Oronti, Satish Babu, Aziz Hilali, Tommi Karttaavi, Eduardo Diaz, Bill Jouris, and Marcelo Rodriguez.
ALAC 20th Anniversary @ ICANN78
A Poem on the ALAC: The Little Engine that Could
"I know ICANN"
REGISTER - 20-22 February 2024 - ICANN79 Prep week schedule now available
ICANN79 - March 2024: Community Forum - San Juan, Puerto Rico I 2-7 March 2024
FY25 At-Large Funding Request Workspace - Deadline for At-Large Funding Requests is now closed.
At-Large Activities at the 2024 Universal Acceptance Day - Deadline for Funding Applications is now closed
At-Large FY24 Additional Budget Request Implementation Workspace - Approved FY24 Additional Budget Request Information
ICANN WS2 Community Coordination Group ALAC/RALO Representatives and Alternates
ALAC/At-Large Policy Advice Activities
At-Large Policy Comments and Advice Development Workspace (Contains information on current Statements as well as past Statements)
ALAC/At-Large Outreach and Engagement Activities
- Hybrid/F2F Meeting at ICANN78
Previous Meeting: 21 September 2023
Next Meeting: 14 November 2023 - At-Large Capacity Building Webinar on Universal Acceptance Day - CANCELLED
At-Large Regional Policy Engagement Program (ARPEP) - RALO Leadership collaboration with At-Large Policy Development Support and Global Stakeholder Engagement staff
ALAC/At-Large Operations Activities
Next Meeting: TBD
- Previous Meetings
Next Meeting: TBC
- At-Large FY24 Additional Budget Request Implementation Workspace
NEXT ALAC MEETING: 23 January 2024
LAST ALAC MEETING: 19 December 2023
2023-2024 ALAC Members (update in progress)
At-Large Leadership Plus Information
Next ALT Plus Meeting: TBC
Last ALT Plus Meeting: 17 October 2022 - ***CANCELLED***
The At-Large calendar shown below and at http://www.atlarge.icann.org/calendar shows the schedule all of the At-Large meetings and teleconferences. These include meetings and teleconferences by:
- the At-Large Advisory Committee (ALAC)
- the ALAC Leadership Team (formerly known as a the ALAC Executive Committee or ALAC ExCom)
- Regional At-Large Organisations (RALOS) and
- At-Large Working Groups (WGs)
Note that the times shown in the At-Large calendar above and at http://www.atlarge.icann.org/calendar are in UTC/GMT time so you’ll have to calculate the time of meetings in your time zone.
However, instead of remembering to visit http://www.atlarge.icann.org/calendar or this page, you can subscribe to the At-Large Calendar using your Calendar application. Your Calendar application on your desktop or mobile device will show the meeting times in your time zone and you can set email notifications and/or popup to notify you at any time before the meeting (for example 2 hours before, 30 minutes before).