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7:30-8:00 Breakfast (Royal A)Breakfast (Royal A)7:30-8:00Breakfast (Royal A)
8-9 

Icebreaker

NARALO GA Working Breakfast 1

(Royal B)

Welcome and Housekeeping - Glenn McKnight, Chair of NARALO

ICANN Expected Standards of Behavior - Herb Waye, ICANN Ombudsman

Overview and Purpose - Glenn McKnight, Chair of NARALO and Judith Hellerstein, Secretariat of NARALO

Ice Breaker - Seth Reiss

NARALO GA Working Breakfast 2

(Royal B)

Guest Speaker - John Curran, CEO of ARIN

8:00-8:3005

8:30-05-8:15

8:15-9:00

 Breakfast

Welcome (Royal B)

Opening Session - Introductions and Aims and Objectives of the NARALO General Assembly

(Facilitator: Glenn McKnight)

Policy and Policy Development - Overview of Policy: How it is developed and why it is important–Ariel/Heidi along with is Important for At-Large and NARALO

(Facilitators: John Laprise and Evan LeibovichAvri Doria)

Q and A

Rapporteur: Leah Symekher

9-10 ARINARIN

9:00-9:30

 

 

 

 

9:30-10:00

Glenn--Introduction to the NARALO Outreach Strategic Plan

Need for a strategic plan for North America. Discussion

with Chris Mondini

(Facilitator: Glenn McKnight)

Rapporteur: Seth Reiss

 

Interactive discussion on the North American Strategy for At Large with Chris Mondini, Regional VP, North America

(Facilitator: Glenn McKnight)

Rapporteur: Seth Reiss

10-11

   10:00-10:15Coffee Break
  BREAK
NARALO InfoTable
BREAK
NARALO InfoTable
10:15-1110:0045Discussion with Goran Marby on

Policy

,

& Outreach

, and Engagement

& Engagement Discussion - Comments by Göran Marby (10 minutes)

Q and A (20 minutes)

(Introduction: Judith Hellerstein)

(Facilitator: Glenn McKnight)

Rapporteur: Javier Rua

11-12   1110:0045-12:00

Breakout sessions - Introduction to and Discussion

(Facilitators: John Laprise, Judith Hellerstein and Heidi Ullrich)

12-1:30 

LUNCH

Arin-Women's Networking Lunch
NARALO Info Table  

LUNCH
NARALO Info Table

12:00-1:00pmLUNCH--NARALO Monthly meeting00

Working Lunch

  • 30 minute lunch

NARALO Meeting: (Working Lunch)  (Royal B) 

  1. Elections - Judith Hellerstein
  2. NARALO Rules of Procedure - John More

(Facilitator:  Glenn Mcknight)

Rapporteur: Judith Hellerstein

1:30-5pm Sessions ContinueSessions Continue1:00-2:00pm

Recap, action items, recommendations, report

Report Sample

http://tinyurl.com/zceer5p
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  • Feedback from Break-out sessions
  • Recap
  • Action items and recommendations
  • ALS Commitments
  • Repor

(Facilitators: Glenn Mcknight and Alfredo Calderon)

Rapporteur: Judith Hellerstein

2-3ARIN Newcomers    Departure
3-4 ARIN Newcomers

BREAK
NARALO Info Table  

BREAK
NARALO Info Table  
  
4-5     
5:30-76:30Arin Social NARALO Happy Hour(6:00-8:00) NARALO Members Networking Reception (Hot and cold canapes will be served) ICANN Sponsored (In Royal A and B)  
7:30-9:0030

ISOC Social

Event offsite

Briar Suite--Pat O’Brien’s

Address: 624 Bourbon St, New Orleans

http://patobriens.com/

ARIN SOCIAL Event-offsite
Mardi Gras World

7-11pm

ICANN Sponsored

Dinner-offsite

        Time

Details of General Assembly Agenda

North-American Strategy

This session will explain the core concepts of Internet Governance and the multiplicity of approaches to understand it's significance and relevance.

Each of the key pillars of Internet Governance will be discussed with special relevance to the NARALO community
TimeTopic                  FacilitatorCurator Google DocRapporteurExpected Results
 Opening Session7:30-8:00Working Breakfast (Royal A)   
8:00-8:05

Welcome

  • Roll Call
  • Confirmation of Quorum
Glenn McKnightnone 

Overview of expectations

 ICANN BoardRon Da Silva  
 Policy and Policy DevelopmentJohn Laprise/Evan Leibovich  

Review of code of conduct

Ground rules

 

8:05-8:15

Opening Session - Introductions and Aims and
Objectives of the NARALO General Assembly

  • Brief History of NARALO General Assemblies
  • Knowledge transfer
  • Identification of Tools (TBC)
Glenn McKnight and Judith HellersteinLeah Symekher 
8:15-9:00

Policy and Policy Development - Overview of Policy and
Why it is Important for At-Large and NARALO

  • Challenges and Opportunities
  • Q and A

John Laprise and

Avri Doria

 

Leah Symekher 
9:00-9:30Overview of NARALO Strategic Plan &
Outreach and Engagement CROPP Strategy
Glenn McKnight Seth Reiss

Glenn

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  • NARALO Outreach and Engagement
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  • Overview of the CROPP Strategic Plan
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  • Local ALS funding
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  • Summary of CROPP Trips in 2016
-CROPP Trips for
  • and 2017
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  • Outreach and Engagement 2017/2018 target groups,
  • tools for engagement, under-served communities and more

Eduardo

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  • March 2018 ICANN PR
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  • NA School of
IG
  • Internet Governance
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  • Outreach to Universities
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  • Showcase
 9:30-10:00An interactive discussion on the North American Strategy for at Large with Chris Mondini of GSE

Glenn McKnight & Chris Mondini

 

Eduardo ISOC PR

ICANN PR Events

Seth Reiss

Flip Charts

 

10:00-10:15Coffee Break    
10:15-10:45Policy & Outreach & Engagement Discussion with Goran Morby   
 Break out sessions -1 hour   
 Discussion of City- TLDs

Tom Lowenhaupt & Louis Houle

 Should ICANN have a separate track for issuing and reviewing city-TLDs? What resources should be made available to cities to advance their TLD readiness.
 

Accountability/Transparency

Alan Greenberg  
 ICANN and the Public InterestEvan Leibovitch &/or Garth Bruen  
 Internet GovernanceJohn Laprise with Judith Hellerstein or Glenn McKnight Göran Marby,
President and CEO of ICANN

Introduction: Judith Hellerstein

Facilitator: Glenn McKnight

Javier Rua

Comments by Göran Marby (10 minutes)

  • Policy, Outreach and Engagement within At-Large and ICANN
  • What ICANN and NARALO can do

 

10:45-11:00Introduction to Break-out SessionsJohn Laprise, Judith Hellerstein and Heidi UllrichEach Break Out will have a Rapporteur
  •  Aims and objectives
  • Process of Break-outs

 

11:00-12:004 Break-out Sessions   
 Break - Out 1: Identifying NARALO's Hot Policy Topics and their potential impact on end-users

Breakout facilitator: John Laprise

 

Eduardo Diaz

(Royal A)

  • Key NARALO Policy Topics
  • Identification of potential impact on end-users
 

Identifying Key Elements in a NARALO Strategy Plan

Breakout facilitator: Glenn McKnight

 

 

Judith Hellerstein

(Royal B)

  • Mission Statement
  • Where do we want to go?
  • Development of a Roadmap
  • What tools do we need to get there?
 Ensuring End User Accountability through Effective Policy and Process

Breakout facilitator: Garth Bruen

 

Evan Leibovitch

(Royal C)

  • What are the abuse/compliance/security
    obligations of top-level Interest bodies?
  • Do the mechanisms work as promised?
  • Are the current mechanisms effective in their function?
  • What are the observable/measurable end-user benefits?
  • How can we improve and grow these systems?
  • How can NARALO representatives raise
    awareness on these issues among end users?
 Solution Circle on Topic (TBD by morning discussion)

Breakout facilitator: Avri Doria

 

 

Howard Deane
  • Topic to be identified from Morning discussions

12:00-13:00

 

Lunch (In Royal A/B) Judith Hellerstein

Working Lunch

  • 30 minute lunch

NARALO Meeting: (Royal B) 

  1. Elections
  2. NARALO Rules of Procedure
13:00-14:00Closing SessionGlenn McKnight, Alfredo Calderon*Judith Hellerstein
  • Feedback from Break-out sessions
  • Recap on GA
  • Action items and Recommendations*
  • ALS Commitments
  • GA Report - Next steps
  • NARALO Business - AOB