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Reunião de Participação Aberta sobre Aumento e Melhoria da Prestação de Contas e a Governança da ICANN que terá lugar no Fórum de Governança da Internet em Istambul

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O pessoal da ICANN convida todas as partes interessadas para uma Reunião de Participação Aberta para debater o Processo de Aumento e Melhoria da Prestação de Contas da ICANN durante o Fórum de Governança da Internet (IGF) em Istambul, Turquia.

A Reunião de Participação Aberta vai oferecer uma oportunidade para manter um diálogo aberto para tratar e esclarecer quaisquer perguntas restantes sobre o Processo de Aumento e Melhoria da Prestação de Contas e Governança da ICANN.

Data: 2 de setembro de 2014
Localização: ICEC na Sala Topkapi A, Istambul, Turquia
Horário: 06:00-07:30 UTC (As conversões de fusos horários podem consultar-se em here)

Informação sobre participação remota:

Sala de reuniões online: https://intgovforum.webex.com/intgovforum/j.php?MTID=md43f4ed6d6fb2922239ea63ba730800f
Número da reunião: 959 336 622
Senha da reunião: ICANN

Informação sobre a áudio conferência:
Números de call-in gratuitos (Reino Unido): +44 203 478 5289
Números de call-in globais: https://intgovforum.webex.com/intgovforum/globalcallin.php?serviceType=MC&ED=312692962&tollFree=0
Código de acesso: 959 336 622


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