Description

The ALAC voted to establish an At-Large standing Capacity Building Working Group on 18 October 2012, during ICANN45 in Toronto. 

The CBWG focuses on capacity building activities within At-Large, providing education and engagement opportunities between Community members, leadership, Staff and subject-matter experts.

Are you interested? You can help! Join the At-Large Capacity Building WG by expressing your interest to staff@atlarge.icann.org, and join the CBWG mailing list.


Contact

Staff Support Lead: Heidi Ullrich

Mailing list: capacity-building-wg@atlarge-lists.icann.org

To subscribe to the mailing list (or read the archives / manage your subscription) please visit https://mm.icann.org/mailman/listinfo/capacity-building-wg.


Members

The members of At-Large Capacity Building WG, organized by regional affiliation, are:

    Region

    Member

    Office / Topic


    Chair, Steering Committee

    AFRALO Pastor Peters Omoragbon Member
    AFRALO Ronald Ojino Member / Content
    AFRALO Barrack Otieno Member
    AFRALO Beran Dondeh Gillen Member
    AFRALO Sarah Kiden Member / N
    AFRALO Caleb Olumuyiwa Member
    AFRALO Remmy Nweke Member
    AFRALO Hadia Elminiawi Member

    APRALO

    Steering Committee / Content

    APRALO

    Chaitanya Dhareshwar

    Member

    APRALO Holly Raiche Member
    APRALO Adeel Sadiq Member
    APRALO Narine Khachatryan Member / Content
    APRALO Maureen Hilyard Member / Online
    APRALO Cheryl Langdon-Orr Member / N
    APRALO Afifa Abbas Member / N
    APRALO

    Shreedeep Rayamajhi

    Member / N
    EURALO Olivier Crepin-Leblond Member 
    LACRALO Juan Manuel Rojas Member / Social Media
    APAC (India) Ashwini Sathnur Member 

    Region

    Member

    Office / Topic


    Chair, Steering Committee

    AFRALO Pastor Peters Omoragbon Member
    AFRALO Ronald Ojino Member / Content
    AFRALO Barrack Otieno Member
    AFRALO Beran Dondeh Gillen Member
    AFRALO Norbert Komlan Glakpe Member
    AFRALO Aïcha Abbad  Member
    AFRALO Sarah Kiden Member / N
    AFRALO Michel Tchonang Member / N
    AFRALO Nomsa Mwayenga Member / N
    AFRALO Caleb Olumuyiwa Member
    AFRALO Remmy Nweke Member

    APRALO

    Steering Committee / Content

    APRALO

    Chaitanya Dhareshwar

    Member

    APRALO Adeel Sadiq Member
    APRALO

    Karaitiana Taiuru

    Member
    APRALO Satish Babu Member
    APRALO

    Chubasco Diranga

    Member / Online
    APRALO Yashar Hajiyev Member
    APRALO Narine Khachatryan Member / Content
    APRALO Lisa Williams-Lahari Member
    APRALO Elisa Kohlhase Member
    APRALO Nimrol Agarwal  Member
    APRALO William Tibben Member / Content
    APRALO

    Siranush Vardanyan

    Member / F2F
    APRALO Sanivalati Nabogikolo Member
    APRALO Ali AlMeshal Member / Online

    APRALO

    Emani Fakaotimanava-Lui

    Member / Social Media

    APRALO Maureen Hilyard Member / Online
    APRALO Mohammed Al-Dhaifi Member
    APRALO Cheryl Langdon-Orr Member / N
    APRALO Pua Hunter Member
    APRALO Afifa Abbas Member / N
    APRALO Amal Al-Saqqaf Member / N 
    APRALO

    Shreedeep Rayamajhi

    Member / N
    APRALO Said Zazai Member
    EURALO Adela Danciu Member 
    EURALO Sandra Hoferichter Member
    EURALO Oksana Prykhodko Member / F2F
    EURALO Matthias Pfeifer Member 
    EURALO Jimmy Schultz Member 
    EURALO Mirjana Tasic Member 
    EURALO Olivier Crepin-Leblond Member 
    EURALO Erich Schweighofer Member / N 
    LACRALO

    Steering Committee / F2F

    LACRALO

    Jose Arce

    Member 

    LACRALO

    Fatima Cambronero

    Member / Content
    LACRALO Juan Manuel Rojas Member / Social Media
    LACRALO Natalia Enciso Member / Online
    LACRALO Erik Huesca Member

    LACRALO

    Vice-Chair, Steering Committee

    LACRALO Harold Arcos Member
    LACRALO Alexis Anteliz Member
    LACRALO Vanda Scartezini Member
    LACRALO Raitme Citterio Member / N

    NARALO

    Joly MacFie

    Member / Social Media

    NARALO Glenn McKnight Member 
    NARALO George Edwards Member 
    NARALO Marita Moll Member / N 
    APAC (India) Ashwini Sathnur Member 

    Capacity Building Webinars 2017

    #

    Topic

    Speakers

    Day

    Date

    Times - UTC

    Relevant Documents

    Recordings

    Transcripts

    1

    ICANN Policy Development Process

    Marika Konings

    Mary Wong

    Wednesday

     

    13:00-14:00

    Presentation

     

    ENFRES

    Adobe Connect recording with slides: EN

    Transcript:  ENFRES

    2

    At-Large Policy advice development process

     

    Alan Greenberg

    Ariel Liang

    Tuesday

     

    13:00-14:30

    Presentation1 & Presentation2

    ENFRES

    Adobe Connect recording with slides: EN

    Transcript:  ENFRES

    3

    How ALS Members and individuals may contribute to the Policy development process

    Olivier Crépin-Leblond

    Alan Greenberg

    Wednesday

     

    21:00-22:30

      Presentation

    ENFRES

    Adobe Connect recording with slides: EN

    Transcript:  ENFRES

    4

    New gTLD Subsequent Procedures and the importance for At-Large

    Avri Doria

    Olivier Crépin-Leblond

    Tuesday

     

    21:00-22:30

    Presentation1 & Presentation2

    ENFRES

    Adobe Connect recording with slides (first 10 minutes missing): EN

    Transcript:  ENFRES

    5

    Exploring the Public Interest within ICANN's remit

    Wolf Ludwig

    Ergys Ramaj

    Wednesday

     

    13:00-14:30

    Presentation1

    ENFRES

    Adobe Connect recording with slides: EN

    Transcript:  ENFRES

      PART 2

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    6

    How diversity is addressed within ICANN: Underserved regions and ICANN

    Cheryl Langdon-Orr

    Alice Munyua

     Wednesday

     

    13:00-14:30

    Presentation

    EN, FR, ES

    Adobe Connect recording with slides: EN

    Transcript: EN, FR, ES

    7

    Universal Acceptance

    Don Hollander

    Wednesday

    20 September 2017

    13:00-14:30


    EN, FR, ES

    Adobe Connect recording with slides: EN

    Transcript: EN, FR, ES


    KSK Roll Over

    Matt Larson

    POSTPONED






    8

    Update on WHOIS-related Initiatives :Next Generation Registration Services and its impact on end –users

    Holly Raiche

     Wednesday

    4 October 2017

    21:00 - 22:30

     Presentation

     EN, FR, ES

    Adobe Connect recording with slides: EN

     Transcript: EN, FR, ES


    Current Security Trends Impacting Registrants and End-Users

    Rod Radmussen

    Julie Hammer

     POSTPONED to 2018


     

     

     

     

    9

    The At-Large Review: Implications for At-Large

    Holly Raiche Cherly Langdon-Orr

     Wednesday

    13 December 2017

     21:00 UTC

     

     

     

    Survey Questions (EN, ES and FR)

    How was the timing of the webinar (XX:00 UTC)? / ¿Cómo fue el horario del webinar (XX:00 UTC)? / Comment s'est déroulé le calendrier du webinaire (XX:00 UTC)?

    • Too early / Demasiado temprano / Trop tôt
    • Just right / Solo bien / Juste à droite
    • Too late / Demasiado tarde / Trop tard

    How is the technology used for the webinar? / ¿Cómo se utiliza la tecnología para el seminario web? / Comment la technologie est-elle utilisée pour le webinaire?

    • Very good / Muy bien / Très bien
    • Good / Bueno / Bien
    • Sufficient / Suficiente / Suffisant
    • Bad / Malo / Mal
    • Very bad / Muy mal / Très mauvais

    Did the speakers demonstrate mastery of the topic? / ¿Los conferenciantes demostraron dominio del tema? / Les intervenants ont-ils fait preuve de maîtrise du sujet?

    • Extremely strong / Demasiado Fuerte / Extrêmement fort
    • Strong / Fuerte / Fort
    • Sufficient / Suficiente / Suffisant
    • Weak / Débiles / Faible
    • Extremely weak / Extremadamente débil / Extrêmement faible

    Are you satisfied with the webinar? / ¿Está satisfecho con el seminario web? / Êtes-vous satisfait du webinaire?

    • Extremely satisfied / Extremadamente satisfecho / Extrêmement satisfait
    • Satisfied / Satisfecho / Satisfait
    • Moderatlely satisfied / Moderadamente satisfecho / Modérément satisfait
    • Sligthly satisfied / Ligeramente satisfecho / Légèrement satisfait
    • Not satisfied at all / No estoy satisfecho / Pas satisfait du tout

    What region do you live in the moment? / ¿En qué región vives en este momento? / Dans quelle région vivez-vous en ce moment?

    • Africa / África / Afrique
    • Asia, Australia and the Pacific Islands / Asia, Australia y las islas del Pacífico / Asie, Australie et les îles du Pacifique
    • Europe / Europa / L'Europe
    • Latin America and the Caribbean Islands / América Latina y el Caribe / Amérique latine et Caraïbes
    • North America / Norteamérica / Amérique du Nord

    How many years of experience do you have in the ICANN Community? / ¿Cuántos años de experiencia tiene en la comunidad de ICANN? / Combien d'années d'expérience avez-vous dans la communauté ICANN?

    • Less than 1 / Menos que 1 / Moins que 1
    • 1-3
    • 3-5
    • 5-10
    • More than 10 years / Más de 10 años / Plus de 10 ans

    Resources

    At-Large Capacity Building Activities and Tools

    2017 Capacity Building Webinars Program

    2016 Capacity Building Webinars Program

    2015 Capacity Building Webinars' Program

    Pre-ATLAS II Capacity Building Webinars

    At-Large Capacity Building Working Group Trend Analysis

    Monthly Report and Announcements

    Additional Documents

    Additional Resources

    Survey Analyses

    Question 3.1 Natalia Enciso 

    Question 3.2 Yuliya Morenets

    Question 3.3 Tijani Ben Jemaa

    Capacity Building Topics

    • Future of Internet Governance (IG)
    • Policy topics, including Security and Stability 
    • Policy Development Process
    • Rules of Procedure (ROP)
    • IPV4-IPV6 Migration 
    • ICANN Acronyms 
    • Communication

    2018 Capacity Building Webinars Suggested Topics

    Suggested TopicsSuggested By

    GNSO PDP on Subsequent Procedures for new gTLDs: Reserved Names, Community Applications and Applicant Support, etc...

    Cheryl Langdon-Orr

    New gTLD Subsequent Procedures PDP Work Tracks 1-5: Public Comments with their Initial/Draft Report

    Cheryl Langdon-Orr

    Internet Governance

    Chaitanya Dhareshwar

    Capacity Building / inclusive access

    Chaitanya Dhareshwar

    Geographical Diversity - TLDs including but not limited to gTLDs (see WT5) and ALS meaningful participation in ICANN PDPs

    Salanieta Tamanikaiwaimaro

    Accessibility 

    Salanieta Tamanikaiwaimaro

    Privacy - pertaining to Whois Protocols

    Salanieta Tamanikaiwaimaro

    Safe Harbour

    Salanieta Tamanikaiwaimaro

    Protection of Global Public Interest concerns in Contractual Compliance, Consumer Rights, etc...

    Salanieta Tamanikaiwaimaro

    Cyber Security - work of the SSAC and risk managenent

    Salanieta Tamanikaiwaimaro

    KSK Rollover

    Caleb Olumuyiwa

    The implication of the compliance and regulatory fine and impact on registries

    Caleb Olumuyiwa

    Replacement of RDS by WHOIS as a result of the enforcement of the GDPR

    Caleb Olumuyiwa
    IDNsCaleb Olumuyiwa

    Space Exploration, inclusive development and accessibility

    Ashwini Sathnur

    ISO 3166 on Country Codes: The process of assigning country codes and how they are retiredBarrack Otieno
    Delegation of ccTLDsBeran Dondeh
    The Emerging Impacts of IoT

    Remmy Nweke

    Difference between the WHOIS and the RDAP protocolOlivier Crépin-Leblond


    Timeline for Deliverables (ICANN45)

     

    Tasks

    Date of Completion

     

    Scoping

    Information gathering

    1 February 2013

    Trend analysis

    15 March 15 2013

    Strategy development

    30 March 2013

    Recommendations

    30 March 2013

     

    Information

    Management

    Identification of resources

    Ongoing

    Identifying key areas

    Ongoing

    Developing presentation format

    4 April 2013

     


    Meetings

    Next Meeting: TBD

    Previous Meetings


    Group Workspaces

    At-Large Capacity Building WG Content Group Workspace

    At-Large Capacity Building WG Empirical Assessment Group Workspace

    At-Large Capacity Building WG Face to Face Group Workspace

    At-Large Capacity Building WG Online Group Workspace

    At-Large Capacity Building WG Social Media Group Workspace

    At-Large Capacity Building WG Survey Group Workspace

    At-Large Capacity Building Working Group Strategy Development Workspace

    At-Large Proposal to Address Capacity Building within ICANN - 2012 Workspace

    At-Large Capacity Building Working Group Other SOs/ACs Initiatives Workspace


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    10 Comments

    1. Dear All CBWG, I am pleased to see our wiki space, and to start our adventure, to reach the big goal to build capacity in our regional End Users.

      first of All want to say, we the people of AGEIA DENSI (founder LACRALO ALS ) are working on this matter since 2006 and in all countries of our region, in different scenarios like Universities, Professional Organizations, NGO`s, and participating in all Congresses, Seminars and Courses about this particular topic of the Internet Governance and its sub items like multistakeholder model, bottom up process etc.

      We have a great number of our members participating on the Internet Governance Field y all of them have been my disciples, I can mention Andres Piazza today in charge of International Relations of LACNIC, Jose Arce cureent Chair of LACRALO and Fatima Cambronero mentioned in a first place to cover the MAG vacancy for this year by Caucus.

      Our experience on this field is enormous and obviously we have some things to comment in relation with our expertise and I consider could be usefull to reach to our goal.

      I Consider as Olivier said in his email, we need to achieve an strong engagement of people in our regions, and this goal only could be reached if people can participate, and people can participar only if they have knowledge.

      If the people have knowledge they can discuss, if they are discussing is just because they have knowledge. seem a word game but it is the reality on this situation. It is a process.

      For that we need focus on construct the capacity on our people, in our regions, and all around the world, to obtain the searched engagement .

      I have certain experience on this matter in ICANN, and some years on this issue and I saw pass many people in charged of this subject, with no success.

      Some time ago I chat with some Directors of the Board and with the ICANN Regional Vice President, about  wich were the keys of our success in the region, and with no more money than our assigned budget.

      I am particularly convinced the first meeting should be face to face, the people need to have a first contact in person, they need to know how is the face of the speaker, is a psicologic matter, to get the attention of the audience and finally get their compromise.

      We need to use our local resources, that we have. we have in our different regions many people with expertise and capacity to transmit this, and these people are volunteers, without fees to give some course or seminar in some place near his/her city  

      Courses or Seminars could be on free places, without pay, like Universities Auditoriums, or something like that.

      On the same sense, volunteers with commitment no need a five stars hotel, no need travel on plane, unless necessary to cover the distances and the time available.

      And no less important, arrive with the message in the local tongue.

      Finally, I completely  Agree, there are people who have not got an understanding of the process and we need  work locally, and that the Capacity Building of our ALSes and of At-Large members is more important than ever before.

      I am convinced too, we have  different goals and objectives with ICANN Academy, or at least, should be.

       

      Kind Regards.

    2. Happy New Year everyone

       

      I am a newbie on this group and am very happy to join my colleagues from APRALO and other regions who make up this important team. I very much agree with Carlos (and Sala (smile) in other forums) with regards to the importance of raising the knowledge base of our current ALSes and finding ways in our regions to outreach and engage more participation from potential members globally in ICANN activities. But they aren't going to know what they don't know, unless we help them in this regard and to get them involved.

      I am on the organising committee for the Beijing meeting in April, and have been tasked with helping Sala to gather together some data on ALS capacity building needs for a targeted training programme at the event. I will get an opportunity to talk to the ALS representatives who are actually coming to Beijing soon but I would appreciate some feedback from this team about any important CB issues that you believe must be included into the ALS capacity building programme, particularly for those who will be new to an ICANN meeting.  An introduction to members of the CBWG who can come to Beijing would have to be a "top of the list" item for the CB programme. Importantly too, it would be great if we could devise some strategy for continuing to engage these ALS participants post-ICANN meetings as well, for example give them a CB task and ask them to report feedback to the CBWG. 

      I am sure that the Steering Committee would like to see lots of conversations among the working group members as to how we can help each other with capacity building issues. Don't forget, I'd like some ideas for Beijing as well (smile)

       

      Regards

      Maureen

    3. I have 2 point to raise about Carlos and Maureen comments:

      • Carlos, the ICANN Academy is an academy for the whole ICANN. It will be in charge of the whole ICANN learning effort. It's now under construction. Our WG, as well as the other WG of other constituencies of ICANN will be in charge of identifying the need for capacity building in our respective communities, find the right time for it, define the appropriate tools to be used, etc. The implementation phase will be the duty of the Academy. It is a way to harmonize the efforts, to avoid duplication,  and to have a "professional" entity inside ICANN that implement any kind of learning, training, capacity building, etc. 
        The Academy is not yet ready, so we will continue to implement our projects till it will be finalized and approved 
      • Maureen, yes, you are right. I think that the CBWG should help you in preparing the APRALO Capacity Building sessions in Beijing. I am ready to provide you with the whole report on our Dakar Capacity Building program for the African ALSes. For any other need you may have, please don’t hesitate to tell me and I will do my best to help you.

      1. Thank you Tijani and Carlos for your helpful suggestions. Much appreciated.

      2. Thank you Ben Jemaa, I will look forward to taking advantage of ICANN Academy.

         

    4. Thats rigth Tijani, That was what I want to say. Thanks for the clarification.

      In relation with next APRALO capacity building session, I can comment that we had a very good session in Costa Rica last year and I think could be interesting if Maureen take note of this. Im sure the Staff can provide the records.

       

    5.  

      Dear All: I think could be good ask the call participants & WG`s members a short questions, to develop with their answers: our summarize on what should be the strategy and roadmap of our task.

       

      for instance some questions could be:

       

      What is the scope of WG? thoughts about what should be our job - to write a definition of our WG task.

       

      What are the focus areas in what we must do center? or, what should do our job?

       

      Who is our target? to whom we must impact with our work?

       

      What are our resources to reach our goal? intellectual, Academic (do we have in all regions?)

       

      What would be the strategy to achieve the final objective?

       

      What are topics we must take into curriculum?

       

      I believe would be good get their ideas and thoughts about this topics. my two cents.

    6. I think that Carlos's suggestions are a great start for the strategic direction that this group is working towards.

      As Sala suggested in the teleconference, two weeks max will be spent on RALOs getting their ALSes in order on the spreadsheet but at the same time, it is good to get people looking already at some key questions as Carlos has done, so that the group can look strategically at what we aim to achieve.  

    7. Dear All,

      After the last call, wich I missed, I want to make some comments in relation, how the call was presented. Im particularly disappointed with the absense of agenda till only 8 minutes before the call. In my professional activity it mean a disorganization, and none call could be made without agenda with a minimun of 48 hours, because , not a minor thing, we need to know what about ? We need to prepare themes, we need to prepare before our presentations. A Good Call is prepared with anticipation, not at the same time. All of that independently of the good discussion, commented by Sala in her email. A good discussion, on this conditions, only was a good luck.

      I Congratulate Dev and Tijani, (clarify that I am part of the steering committee and, I was never called or consulted by them) to pull the rabbit out the hat 8 minutes before the call.

      I have nothing against Sala, because anybody can get a indisposition.

      But if we have not an agenda, we can move the call two days, and nothing happen. 

      Another thing:

      In relation with the discussion in the call, Im waiting records to make my comments and add what I consider necessary.

      In advance to it, and in relation with " the mode of capacity building", and only guided by the Sala`s email (Date: Fri, 29 Mar 2013 08:32:23 +1200)
      I can say : the succes or not, of the e-learning courses or courses online, depends on the method used. The online platform can be the best, but this is not relevant, obviously must be considered a good tool, there are no discussion about it. But first is needed, to have people engaged, and in my experience, the commitment of people who dont know, only is obtained making first a face to face presentation. After that,  the presentation of each issue must be short and precise, clear and with the local tongue of the begginer.

      Many times the capacity building and outreach intents didnt functioning, and this have to do with the lack of commitment of the participants. The lack of commitments have to do with their unknowledge, so (in my expertise) first, is necessary to have the attention of the begginer on to want to learn, because is interested, because knows about the importance to know, and because he/she knows the lecturer, and he/she know that he/she knows. Is a necessary phase on my experience

      This goal only is reached having a first f2f presentation, showing that who are into this field and why, and the relevance to participate.

      On this issue, I Let myself recomend  to have local groups (by region) in charge of the f2f presentations and to adapt the content of the online platform, on local tongue, as part of the future sucessful on this matter.

      my two cents.

    8. Thanks you Sala for your presentation on the Capacity Building working Group. I am looking to volunteering on the Social media committee.