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Timeline: GNSO Review Gantt-Rev 24 May 21 June 2018.pdf

Work Plan: GNSO Review Working Group Work Plan April 2018.pdf

Implementation Progress Report: GNSO2 Review Implementation Progress Report FINAL 10 November 2017.pdf

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Brief Update to GNSO Council, 24 May 2018: GNSO Review Working Group Update 24 May 2018 FINAL.pdf

Implementation Progress Report: GNSO2 Review Implementation Progress Report FINAL 14 June 2018.pdf

Implementation Final Report (Submitted to the GNSO Council on 30 July 2018): GNSO2 Review Implementation Final Report 30 July 2018.pdf; Slides for 16 August GNSO Council meeting

Brief Statistics:

PhaseRecommendationsApprovedConsensus CallsUnder Review/PendingStaff to Draft
113100%0%0%0%
27 (moved to phase 3)100%0%57%0%43%0%
31457%100%36%0%7%0%0%
TotalApprovedConsensus CallsUnder Review/PendingStaff to Draft
3462%100%26%0%12%0%0%

Implementation Plans Completed and Approved by Consensus (

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34 =

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100%):

IMPLEMENTED-GNSO Review Charter Recs 1-2-3 24 May 2018.pdfImplementation Completed per Consensus as of 24 May 2018

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IMPLEMENTED-GNSO Review Charter Recs 5-9-17 08 January 2018.pdf – Implementation Completed per Consensus as of 08 January 2018

IMPLEMENTED-GNSO Review Charter Recs 6-33-35-36 21 June 2018.pdf Implementation Completed per Consensus as of 21 June 2018

IMPLEMENTED-GNSO Review Charter Recs 7&12 27 April 2018.pdf – Implementation Completed per Consensus as of 27 April 2018.

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IMPLEMENTED-GNSO Review Charter Rec 24-25 10 July 2017.pdfImplementation Completed per Consensus as of 10 July 2017

IMPLEMENTED-GNSO Review Charter Recs 26-27-28-29 07 June 2018.pdf – Implementation Completed per Consensus as of 07 June 2018

IMPLEMENTED-GNSO Review Charter Rec 30 31 August 2017.pdf – Implementation Completed per Consensus as of 31 August 2017

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Phase 2: High Priority Recommendations – 7 Recommendations (moved to Phase 3)

Charters Under Review (3):

Recommendation 6: That the GNSO record and regularly publish statistics on Working Group participation (including diversity statistics). Status: Further staff revisions on 28 August, discussed on 31 August – combine with Recommendations 33 and 36 that also relate to diversity.

Recommendation 33: That Stakeholder Groups, Constituencies, and the Nominating Committee, in selecting their candidates for appointment to the GNSO Council, should aim to increase the geographic, gender and cultural diversity of its participants, as defined in ICANN Core Value 4.  Status: Combine with Recommendations 6 and 36 that also relate to diversity.

(Phase 3) Recommendation 35: That the GNSO Council establish a Working Group, whose membership specifically reflects the demographic, cultural, gender and age diversity of the Internet as a whole, to recommend to Council ways to reduce barriers to participation in the GNSO by non- English speakers and those with limited command of English.

Recommendation 36: That, when approving the formation of a PDP Working Group, the GNSO Council requires that its membership represent as far as reasonably practicable the geographic, cultural and gender diversity of the Internet as a whole. Additionally, that when approving GNSO Policy, the ICANN Board explicitly satisfy itself that the GNSO Council undertook these actions when approving the formation of a PDP Working Group.

Status: Working Group is reviewing the revised charter sent on 24 May 2018 to close on 06 June 2018: FOR REVIEW - GNSO Review Implementation Charter Recs 6-33-35-36 24 May 2018.pdf

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Recommendations Deemed Implemented by Consensus (4):

Recommendations 26, 27, 28, 29: 26 – That GNSO Council members, Executive Committee members of Stakeholder Groups and Constituencies and members of Working Groups complete and maintain a current, comprehensive Statement of Interest on the GNSO website. Where individuals represent bodies or clients, this information is to be posted. If not posted because of client confidentiality, the participant’s interest or position must be disclosed. Failing either of these, the individual not be permitted to participate. 27 – That the GNSO establish and maintain a centralized publicly available list of members and individual participants of every Constituency and Stakeholder Group (with a link to the individual’s Statement of Interest where one is required and posted).  28 – That section 6.1.2 Membership of Chapter 6.0 Stakeholder Groups and Constituencies: Operating Principles and Participation Guidelines of the GNSO Operating Procedures be revised to clarify that key clauses are mandatory rather than advisory, and to institute meaningful sanctions for non-compliance where appropriate. 29 – That Statements of Interest of GNSO Council Members and Executive Committee members of all Stakeholder Groups and Constituencies include the total number of years that person has held leadership positions in ICANN.  Status: Draft charter sent out for review on 17 August; discussed on 28 September.  Staff provided a revised charter on 28 November for discussion at the meeting on 30 November.  Working Group reviewed a revised version that included new text relating to compliance with GDPR.  Final Draft Charter sent for Consensus

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Call on 24 May 2018 to close on 07 June 2018.  See: CONSENSUS CALL - GNSO Review Implementation Charter Recs 26-27-28-29 24 May 2018.pdf.  Upon close of the Consensus Call the charter was deemed implemented by Consensus. See above.

Out for Consensus Call (3):

Recommendation 6: That the GNSO record and regularly publish statistics on Working Group participation (including diversity statistics). Status: Further staff revisions on 28 August, discussed on 31 August – combine with Recommendations 33 and 36 that also relate to diversity.

Recommendation 33: That Stakeholder Groups, Constituencies, and the Nominating Committee, in selecting their candidates for appointment to the GNSO Council, should aim to increase the geographic, gender and cultural diversity of its participants, as defined in ICANN Core Value 4.  Status: Combine with Recommendations 6 and 36 that also relate to diversity.

(Phase 3) Recommendation 35: That the GNSO Council establish a Working Group, whose membership specifically reflects the demographic, cultural, gender and age diversity of the Internet as a whole, to recommend to Council ways to reduce barriers to participation in the GNSO by non- English speakers and those with limited command of English.

Recommendation 36: That, when approving the formation of a PDP Working Group, the GNSO Council requires that its membership represent as far as reasonably practicable the geographic, cultural and gender diversity of the Internet as a whole. Additionally, that when approving GNSO Policy, the ICANN Board explicitly satisfy itself that the GNSO Council undertook these actions when approving the formation of a PDP Working Group.

Status: Final Draft Charter sent for Consensus call on 07 June 2018 to close on 21 June 2018.  See: CONSENSUS CALL - GNSO Review Implementation Charter Recs 6-33-35-36 07 June 2018.pdf

Phase 3: Medium and Low Priority Recommendations – 14 Recommendations

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Recommendation 20: That the GNSO Council should review annually ICANN’s Strategic Objectives with a view to planning future policy development that strikes a balance between ICANN’s Strategic Objectives and the GNSO resources available for policy development. Recommendation 21: That the GNSO Council should regularly undertake or commission analysis of trends in gTLDs in order to forecast likely requirements for policy and to ensure those affected are well-represented in the policy-making process. See: CONSENSUS CALL - GNSO Review Implementation Charter Recs 20-21 10 May 2018.pdf

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Out for Consensus Call (1):

Recommendation 35 (see above – combined with 6, 33, and 36: That the GNSO Council establish a Working Group, whose membership specifically reflects the demographic, cultural, gender and age diversity of the Internet as a whole, to recommend to Council ways to reduce barriers to participation in the GNSO by non- English speakers and those with limited command of English.