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 The 2nd At-Large Summit (ATLAS II) Final Declaration
 No.RecommendationRecipientThematic Group SourceAssignees
       1ICANN should continue to support outreach programmes that engage a broader audience, in order to reinforce participation from all stakeholders.ICANN Board; ICANN Staff

TG1  

       2ICANN should increase support (budget, staff) to programmes having brought valuable members to the community.ICANN Board; ICANN StaffTG1
  • Outreach 
  • Capacity Building
  • Finance and Budget
       3ICANN should continue to shape an accountability model reaching not only Board members but all parts of the ICANN community, in order to develop a more transparent and productive environmentICANN Board; ICANN Staff; ICANN CommunityTG1
  • Future Challenge
       4ICANN should study the possibility of enhancing and increasing the role of Liaisons between its different Advisory Committees and Supporting Organizations (AC/SOs) to do away with the “silo culture”.ICANN SO & AC ChairsTG1
  • ALT
       5ICANN should examine how best to ensure that end-users remain at the heart of the accountability process in all aspects pertaining to the transition of stewardship of the IANA function.ICANN Board; ICANN Staff; ICANN CommunityTG1
  • Future Challenges
       6ICANN’s MSM should serve as the reference in encouraging all participants (individuals or parties) to declare and update existing or potential conflicts-of-interest, each time a vote takes place or consensus is sought.ICANN Board; ICANN Staff; ICANN CommunityTG1
  • Future Challenges
       7A periodic review of ICANN's MSM should be performed to ensure that the processes and the composition of ICANN’s constituent parts adequately address the relevant decision-making requirements in the CorporationICANN BoardTG1
  • Future Challenges
       8The ALAC has the duty to keep track of action taken on all of the above recommendations.ALACTG1
  • ALAC
       9ICANN should open regional offices with a clear strategy, subject to a cost-benefit analysis, focusing on the areas where the access to the Internet is growing, and where such growth is more likely to occur.ICANN Board; ICANN StaffTG2
  • Staff
  • ALAC
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The next evolution of language services must adopt further extension of live scribing for all 
meetings and generally extend the current interpretation and translation processes and make 
translation available in a timely manner.

ICANN Staff (language service)TG2
  • Accessibility
  • Technology Task Force
     11ICANN must implement a range of services to facilitate access according to various criteria (gender; cultural diversity) and user needs (disabilities, etc…).ICANN Board; ICANN StaffTG2
  • Accessibility
  • Technology Task Force
12In collaboration with At-Large Structures, ICANN should put in place campaigns to raise awareness and extend education programmes across underrepresented regions.ICANN GSE StaffTG2
  • Capacity Building
  • Outreach 
  • GSE Staff

     13ICANN should  review  the  overall  balance  of  stakeholder  representation  to  ensure  that appropriate consideration is given to all views, proportionally to their scope and relevance.ICANN BoardTG2
  • Future Challenges
     14ICANN should adjust its contractual framework to minimize conflict between its requirements and relevant national laws.ICANN Board; ICANN StaffTG2
     15ICANN should examine the possibility of modifying its legal structure befitting a truly global organization, and examine appropriate legal and organizational solutions.ICANN BoardTG2
  • Future Challenges
     16ICANN needs to improve their direct communications regardless of time zones.ICANN Board; ICANN GSE StaffTG2
  • ATLAS II IT
  • ALT
     17ICANN needs to be sensitive to the fact that social media are blocked in certain countries and, in conjunction with technical bodies, promote credible alternativesICANN GSE Staff; ICANN CIIOTG2
  • Technology Task Force
  • Social Media
     18Support end-users to take part in policy development.ICANN Policy StaffTG3
  • Capacity Building
     19Eliminate barriers to participation and engagement with ICANN processes and practices.?TG3
  • Capacity Building  
     20Input the user perspective, wherever necessary, to advance accountability, transparency and policy development within ICANN.ICANN BoardTG3
  • Future Challenges
     21Encourage public campaigns on using the Internet for education, information, creativity and empowerment.ICANN Board; GSE StaffTG3
  • Outreach
  • Social Media
     22Members of the general public should be able to participate in ICANN on an issue-by-issue basis. Information on the ICANN website should, where practical, be in clear and non-technical language.ICANN GSE StaffTG4
  • Social Media
     23The roles and jurisdiction of the Ombudsman should be expanded. The ICANN website should provide a clear and simple way for the public to make complaints.ICANN Board; ICANN StaffTG4
  • Future Challenges
  • Social Media 

     24Both the areas of the Ombudsman and Contractual Compliance should report regularly on the complaints they received, resolved, pending resolution and actions taken to address issues raised by unresolved complaints.ICANN StaffTG4
  • Social Media
     25To enhance ICANN's community effort on building a culture of Transparency and Accountability, as called for in the recommendations of ATRT2, oversight of the Board's decisions now requires an effective mechanism of checks and balances, capable of providing true multi-stakeholder oversight and effective remedies.ICANN Board; ICANN SO and AcsTG4
  • Future Challenges
     26Current policy management processes within ICANN are insufficient. ICANN must implement  a workable Policy Management Process System, available for use across the SO/ACs, in order to:
• enhance Knowledge Management,
• improve the effectiveness of all ICANN volunteer communities,
• improve cross-community policy-specific activity,
• enhance policy development metrics,
• facilitate multilingual engagement,
• create a taxonomy of policy categories,
• provide policy development history as an aid for newcomers.
ICANN Policy Staff; ICANN BoardTG5
  • Social Media
  • Technology Task Force
  • Capacity Building
     27The Board must implement ATRT2 Recommendation 9.1, regarding Formal Advice from Advisory Committees.ICANN BoardTG5 
     28The ALAC should work with all RALOs and ALSes to map the current expertise and interests in their membership, to identify Subject Matter Experts and facilitate policy communication.ALACTG5
     29The ALAC should implement an automated system for tracking topics of interest currently being discussed among the various RALOs, and accessible by everyone.ALACTG5
  • Capacity Building
  • Technology Task Force
  • Social Media
     30For each Public Comment process, SOs and ACs should be adequately resourced to produce impact statements.ICANN SO & AC ChairsTG5
  • ALAC
     31ICANN and the ALAC should investigate the use of simple tools and methods to facilitate participation in public comments, and the use of crowdsourcing.ALAC; ICANN GSE StaffTG5

 

     32ICANN should ensure that all acronyms, terminology in its materials are clearly defined in simpler terms.ICANN StaffTG5
  • ALAC
     33The ALAC should arrange more At-Large Capacity Building Webinars.ALACTG5
  • ALAC
  • Capacity Building
     34In collaboration with the global Internet user community, the ALAC shall reiterate the link between the fundamental rights of Internet users, and the Public Interest.ALACTG5
  • ALAC
     35The ICANN Board should hold a minimum of one conference call with the At-Large Community in between ICANN Public Meetings.ALAC; ICANN BoardTG5
  • ALAC
     36The At-Large Community should envisage conference calls with other ACs and SOs in between ICANN public meetings to improve collaboration and engagement.ICANN SO & AC ChairsTG5
  • ALAC
  • Liaisons
     37Additional logistical support from ICANN is needed to improve the At-Large wiki.ICANN StaffTG5
  • Website Revamp Team
     38ICANN should ensure that its Beginner Guides are easily accessible.ICANN StaffTG5
  • Outreach
  • Capacity Building
     39ICANN should encourage “open data” best practices that foster re-use of the information by any third party.ICANN StaffTG5
  • Technology Task Force
     40ICANN should offer a process similar to the Community Regional Outreach Pilot Program (CROPP), but applicable to short lead-time budget requests not related to travel.ICANN Board; ICANN StaffTG5
  • Finance and Budget
     41The ALAC should work with the ICANN Board in seeking additional sources of funding for At-Large activities.ALAC; ICANN BoardTG5
  • Finance and Budget
     42ICANN should enable annual face-to-face RALO assemblies, either at ICANN regional offices or in concert with regional events.ALAC; ICANN BoardTG5
     43RALOs  should  encourage  their  inactive  ALS  representatives  to  comply  with  ALAC  minimum participation requirements.ALAC; RALOsTG5
 
 OBSERVATIONS 
       1As no single MSM can serve as a universal reference, the community must foster consideration and innovation of different models, allowing the best possible implementation of MSM for any particular decision-making requirement; TG1 
       2The composition, segmentation ("silos") and diversity of ICANN’s constituent parts should be flexible, as different areas of policy may call for different groupings of interested communities. TG1 
       3Cross-community cooperation should be the default mode; segmentation should only be engaged when the MSM proves ineffective; TG1 
       4The MSM requires efficient processes, clarity of scope, a sufficiently open membership, as well as enhanced engagement between different parts of the Internet ecosystem. TG1 
       5Fellowship programmes should be enhanced to expand eligibility of participants to disadvantaged people and communities everywhere. TG1 
       6Focus on education, digital literacy and the empowerment of the user community and, where possible, on building, maintaining and operating computers & programmes. TG3 
       7Promote, globally, the fundamental rights of Internet users, and thus re-establish trust in the Internet; demand effective protection against arbitrary and pervasive surveillance, collection, treatment, handling and use of personal data; permit users to obtain the deletion of their private data from servers and databases; ensure compatibility between the rights enjoyed by users and the terms of service of private companies serving the Internet community. TG3 
       8Obtain openness and transparency from each country’s ccTLD (or Country Code) operator. TG3 
       9Promote the use, by individuals and organizations, of secure, efficient, easy-to-use interoperable online identity credentials; promote web standards favouring user autonomy and security (e.g. XML and Web Content Accessibility Guidelines), with the active participation of impacted communities. TG3 
     10Foster substantial local content, beyond infotainment; ensure access to truthful information and knowledge. TG3 
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