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Semana de preparación para la reunión ICANN64

El Equipo de Apoyo para el Desarrollo de Políticas está evaluando una nueva iniciativa para ayudar a la comunidad a prepararse mejor para las reuniones públicas de la ICANN. Se trata de la semana de preparación, en la cual se consolidarán todos los seminarios web previos a las reuniones públicas de la ICANN. A partir de la reunión ICANN64, la comunidad tendrá una mejor experiencia previa a las reuniones de la ICANN, y la organización de la ICANN podrá coordinar mejor sus acciones gracias a esta nueva iniciativa.

La semana de preparación para la reunión ICANN64 se llevará a cabo del 25 al 28 de febrero de 2019. Habrá dos horarios diarios para seminarios web (16:00 y 23:00 UTC).

Con esta nueva iniciativa, esperamos mejorar la preparación de la comunidad, crear una mayor conciencia sobre sesiones intercomunitarias y temas de mayor interés, y mejorar las sesiones informativas y de lectura.

El programa de la semana de preparación para la reunión ICANN64 estará listo en los próximos días. Publicaremos un anuncio oficial a la brevedad.


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