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同制度性种族歧视和不公正乱象作斗争是我们每个人的责任

我们亲眼见证了世界各地的人们为了争取公平正义、终止制度性种族歧视而发起的抗议活动。ICANN 坚决支持公平正义的核心原则,并强烈声援世界各地为此而发起的抗议活动,这也是我们一贯崇尚的民族精神。对于任何类型的歧视,我们一律零容忍,我们会竭诚为黑人和有色人种提供安全、包容的环境。

ICANN 的使命是确保互联网唯一标识符系统稳定、富有灵活性和具备互用性,我们承诺提供人人均可连接的开放性互联网。发生在过去几周的事件让我们意识到,互联网和信息访问权是强有力的工具,可以揭露种族偏见和不公正乱象、推进实施相关举措,进而团结全世界的人们,共同为实现本地和全球变革而努力。

在 ICANN 组织内部,我们正采取各种措施,让 ICANN 组织担负起相关责任。我们将致力于通过多个维度来更好地理解多元化和包容性,并以此为基础,构建一套指导原则。我们将促进对话以支持我们的员工,确保我们的员工队伍中不存在任何类型的种族偏见和歧视。我们需要习惯于开展具有挑战性的对话,以摒弃制度性种族歧视长期存在的无意识方式和有意识方式。我们需要更多地倾听黑人和有色人种的心声,了解这些问题对他们的日常工作和生活造成了怎样的影响。另外,我们还需要继续采取有意义的措施来消除不平等问题。

ICANN 将与我们的全球社群一道,继续竭诚推进 ICANN 流程的包容性和多元化参与,以提升 ICANN 政策制定流程的全球参与度。当前,一些类似于“加强 ICANN 问责制跨社群工作组”第 2 工作阶段所建议的多元化工作亟待实施。但是,实施这些建议只是我们工作的起点。

持续的变革不会一蹴而就,需要我们坚持不懈地努力,以及我们所有人的态度转变,从而在我们的全球社群中真正实现多元化和包容性。预期行为标准ICANN 反骚扰政策是我们需要严格遵守的指导方针,这些政策也为我们指明了方向,即建设一个秉持相互尊重信念的社群。

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