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ICANN 全球扩展的一部分 - 任命利益主体参与度副总裁


2012 年 11 月 28 日… ICANN 全球利益主体参与度负责人 Sally Costerton 已宣布任命四位副总裁,负责在组织的多利益主体模式下推进利益主体的国际参与度。

"我们希望大幅度提高 ICANN 的全球影响力。"Costerton 说,"几位新任副总裁将负责通过我们全球各地的利益主体提升我们的国际参与度。我们正在讨论一项涉及政府、企业、独立互联网用户和所有其他利益主体的包容性战略。"

荣任 ICANN 利益主体参与度副总裁的四人分别是:

Pierre Dandjinou

Pierre Dandjinou – 非洲

Baher Esmat

Baher Esmat – 中东

Veni Markovski

Veni Markovski – 俄罗斯,


Savenaca Vocea

Savenaca Vocea –



Esmat、Markovski 和 Vocea 之前均为其各自地区的 ICANN 代表。Pierre Dandjinou 是非洲的一位受人尊重的互联网问题专家。他在联合国开发计划署 (UNDP) 担任开发和电子政务方面的地区政策顾问达 12 年。

ICANN 总裁 Fadi Chehadé 将这些副总裁的任命作为优先事项,以期推进组织的国际化。

Costerton 补充说:"我们任命的副总裁来自世界各地,他们讲本土语言、了解本土文化,这反映了互联网本身的全球多样性和包容性。"

政府事务部总裁的高级顾问 Tarek Kamel 说:"这些晋升是对 ICANN 的政府和政府间组织全球利益主体参与度计划的明确赋权,将全面提升 ICANN 的国际化形象。"

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