Re: [gnso-ppsc-wg] Your feedback requested - section 3.2. Representativeness
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- Subject: Re: [gnso-ppsc-wg] Your feedback requested - section 3.2. Representativeness
- From: Avri Doria <avri@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 12 May 2010 19:23:24 +0200
On 4 May 2010, at 14:37, Marika Konings wrote:
> 3.2. Representativeness
> Ideally, a Working Group should mirror the diversity and representativeness
> of the GNSO community by having representatives from most, if not all, GNSO
> Stakeholder Groups and/or Constituencies. It should be noted that certain
> issues might be more of interest to one part of the community than others.
> The Chair, in cooperation with the GNSO Secretariat and ICANN Staff, is
> expected to assess whether the WG has sufficiently broad representation, and
> if not, which groups should be approached to encourage participation.
> Similarly, if the Chair is of the opinion that there is over-representation
> to the point of capture, he/she should inform the Chartering Organization.
> INTA: The Committee applauds the statement in this subsection that “a Working
> Group should mirror the diversity and representativeness of the GNSO
> community by having representatives from most, if not all, GNSO Stakeholder
> Groups and/or Constituencies.” The Committee also appreciates that this
> subsection requires that the Chair, GNSO Secretariat and ICANN Staff to
> assess whether the WG has sufficiently broad representation and requires the
> Chair to inform the Chartering Organization if the Chair believes there is
> overrepresentation of a particular constituency to the point of “capture.” In
> the continued spirit of transparency and insuring inclusiveness, the
> Committee recommends:
> · Amending this subsection to provide some sort of formal mechanism to ensure
> that the Chair affirmatively confirm that there is inclusive representation
> and not overrepresentation.
not sure what they are looking.
we already say the chair should do something.
and we say elsewhere that the chair should be a good chair or else.
and we say the chair has to report on the representativeness in a report at the
end (i think)
i think it is covered.