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Dates proposées pour les réunions publiques de l’ICANN de 2021 à 2023

Date d'ouverture : 21 août 2017 Date de clôture : 2 octobre 2017
Organisation à l'origine de la consultation : Équipe en charge de l’organisation des réunions - Équipe chargée de la relation avec les parties prenantes mondiales (GSE)
Catégories/Étiquettes :
  • Evènements/Conférences
  • Responsabilité / transparence
Bref aperçu : L’ICANN a proposé des dates pour les réunions publiques de l’ICANN qui se tiendront en 2012, 2022 et 2023. Pour choisir les dates, l’ICANN a bien pris soin d’éviter tout conflit avec des fêtes internationales, nationales et religieuses, ainsi qu’avec tout autre événement de la communauté. La période de consultation publique est l’occasion pour la communauté d’examiner les dates proposées et d’attirer l’attention de l’ICANN sur toute inquiétude ou conflit potentiel avant la publication officielle des dates des réunions.
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