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Not-for-Profit Operational Concerns Constituency Charter Amendments
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The above statement is a result of reviewing the current charter changes.
The BC believes that it is laudable that the NPOC amended its charter to reflect its current practices, align with its operating procedures, and accommodate its evolving needs, while also accounting for best practices for the GNSO such as the GNSO Operating Procedures, the Work Stream 2 Recommendation 6 from the Cross-Community Working Group on Enhancing ICANN Accountability (CCWG-Accountability), and the ICANN Bylaws.
The Amendments to ...
Proposal for changes to NPOC
The Charter wording is adequate . My Public Comment focuses on the challenges of engaging and animating NPOC membership.
To make room for other people to come on board the NPOC leadership team, I think provision should be made for one person not to be part of the leadership for more than two terms.
For example if one person goes for the same role for two terms the person should wait for at least a year before taking on another role.
The same way if the person switches from one role to another within this tw...