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Defensor del pueblo en Pekín

La vida de la ICANN parece girar en torno a nuestras reuniones. En Toronto, nuestro equipo de Comunicaciones me filmó en un video corto mientras asistía a las reuniones y hablaba con nuestra comunidad. Al prepararnos para la reunión en Pekín, me siento muy entusiasmado por visitar un país en donde algunas de las civilizaciones más antiguas están superpuestas con la comunidad de Internet más grande del mundo, una comunidad que estoy muy ansiosos por conocer. Quiero compartir el concepto de lo que es un defensor del pueblo (ombudsman) con nuestros amigos y colegas que están en China, y espero que el video les brinde un resumen sobre mi trabajo. Mi oficina representa el símbolo del compromiso para lograr una gobernanza justa y abierta, es una de las partes más importantes del entorno de las múltiples partes interesadas de la ICANN, y representa un lugar en donde se pueden escuchar sus preocupaciones de forma confidencial.




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