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ICANN 扩大全球利益主体参与团队

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ICANN宣布了巩固其全球利益主体参与团队 (GSE) 工作的新进展,提供了两个新的领导岗位并聘用两个新区域副主席。

"ICANN 正在扩大其全球影响力,使我们有机会接触全球各个角落的利益主体,"全球利益主体参与团队主席高级顾问 Sally Costerton 说。"随着我们的扩大,我们做到了重要地区的有效领导,使这些利益主体参与进来,这至关重要。"

Michael Yakushev 是俄罗斯、独立国家联合体 (CIS) 和东欧的利益主体参与团队副主席。Michael 是一名经验丰富的互联网律师,在加入 ICANN 之前,他曾在多家国际技术公司工作,包括 Microsoft、SAP、PayPal 和。他的前任 Veni Markovski 将调往纽约担任全球利益主体参与团队副主席一职。在这个新岗位上,Veni 会与联合国 (UN) 机构和联合国特派团密切合作并担负其他责任。

担任欧洲利益主体参与团队副主席一职的是 Jean-Jacques Sahel。Jean-Jacques 曾在 Skype、Microsoft 和政府中担任高级政策和法规职位。他的前任 Nigel Hickson 将调往日内瓦担任政府间组织(包括联合国)和国际组织的副主席一职。

"ICANN 将在今后几个月采用更有侧重点的政府和 IGO 参与计划,"政府参与团队主席高级顾问 Tarek Kamel 说。"这些组织变动对于支持我们贴近全球利益主体的工作至关重要。"


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全球利益主体参与团队 (GSE) 的使命是展示 ICANN 致力于全球参与及其多利益主体环境的成效。它与机构群体及工作人员协力达成以下目标:更好地代表 ICANN 各个区域并促进组织与这些区域的互动以及对这些区域的响应。要了解关于 GSE 团队的更多信息,请访问:

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