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What is At-Large?

"At-Large" is the name for the community of individual Internet users who participate in the policy development work of ICANN. Currently, more than 100 groups representing the views of individual Internet users are active throughout the world.

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.


Latest News...

At-Large Worldwide Calendar


ALS Application Information

At-Large Briefing Sessions

We invite experts at irregular intervals to give presentation on subjects of interest to the At-large community. Here you find material related to the At-Large Briefing Sessions.

At-Large Officers and Working Group Leaders

This is a listing in one place to make it easy to see who to contact about what issues.

At-Large Policy Advice Schedule

At-Large Policy Working Groups

For the working groups created to follow, and participate, in policy formation activities in other areas of ICANN. At-Large Needs You! So Volunteer for a Working Group today. If you are interested, contact info is alongside working groups, or contact staff at

ALAC Top 10 Issues

Where ALAC and the Community are compiling ALAC's priorities - feel free to contribute comments.

Meeting Agendas and Notes

Agendas and minutes of previous and upcoming meetings

IT Application Guideline

Instructions for collaborative working tools such as Adobe Connect, Skype etc.
This page is continuously being updated as new applications are introduced.

Policies and Procedures

"Reports from the RALO Secretariats, Working Group Chairs and ALAC Liaisons" monthly reports


Public ALAC documents

Subcommittees of the ALAC

Current ALS Applications

ICANN At-Large Community

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