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What is AFRALO?

Welcome to the online home of the At-Large (individual Internet user community) for the African region, providing news, key resources and interactive features for information sharing for individuals and end-user groups in the African region interested in ICANN and shaping the future of the Internet.



25 January 2011: Please contribute to the SWOT Analysis of At-Large Improvements WT C

7 December 2010: African ICANN Community Publishes Statement on New gTLDs and Volunteer Participation in ICANN

AFRALO and AfrICANN endorsed two Statements from the African ICANN community during theirjoint meeting in Cartagena on 7 December 2010: The Statement in Support for New gTLD Applicants - Cartagena and the Statement on African Participation were submitted to the ICANN Board by Tijani Ben Jemaa on behalf of the African ICANN community. They were also endorsed by the ALAC and added to the ALAC Chair's report to the Board of ICANN. In addition to that, the Statement on new gTLDs was also submitted to the public consultation on the Draft Final Guidebook for new gTLD applicants and the Joint SO/AC Working Group on new gTLDs. 

23 July 2010: Election Call 2010: Information about the open positions, the election process and the nominations now available

23 Juillet 2010: Appel aux élections 2010: Les informations sur les postes ouvertes, le processus d'élection et les nominations sont maintenant disponible

24 June 2010: African ICANN Community Publishes Statement on Support for New gTLD Applicants

The Statement on Support for new gTLD applicants (PDF, 88 KB), which is the first joint Statement of the African ICANN community was presented by AFRALO and AfrICANN at their joint meeting in Brussels on June 22nd 2010 and was submitted to the ICANN Board of Directors. The drafting team included several members of the African Regional At-Large Organisation (AFRALO), including Tijani Ben Jemaa, Dave Kissoondoyal, Fatimata Seye Sylla and Michel Tchonang. You can find additional information about the joint working group tasked with the preparation of this meeting under: [Joint AFRALO-AfrICANN Meeting in Brussels]



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