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    How ICANN (ISOC) Plans to Co-Opt the UN WGIG
    by Anonymous on Friday August 12 2005, @09:03AM (#15862)
    How ICANN (ISOC) Plans to Co-Opt the UN WGIG

    100% insiders "coaching" a new batch of monkeys

    » Organising Committee

    The Organizing Committee is responsible for the overall programme coordination and management. Apart from the overall coordination, additional responsibilities were introduced: a person responsible for the Research Project dynamics, and four person as Tutors, one for each group of Participants.

    Mr Jovan Kurbalija, Programme Chair and Member of the UN WGIG

    Mr Vladimir Radunovic, Programme Coordinator

    Ms Hannah Slavik, Educational Coordinator

    Mr Dejan Dincic, Technical Coordinator

    Ms Yasmeen Ariff, Programme Manager

    Mr Valentin Katrandzhiev, Research Coordinator

    Ms Sladjana Nielsen, Tutor, Group A

    Mr Andrei Mikheyev, Tutor, Group B

    Ms Veronica Cretu, Tutor, Group C

    Mr Ljupco Gjorgjinski, Tutor, Group D

    » Expert Advisory Group

    The programme is supported by the Expert Advisory Group, in charge of providing deeper insight into key topics and answering specific questions raised by programme participants.

    Ms Karen Banks
    APC Networking and Advocacy Coordinator, Association for Progressive Communications
    Director, Greennet, London
    Member of the WGIG
    Area of expertise: Civil society participation, Civil liberties and communication rights, Gender equality and Women's empowerment

    Mr Avri Doria
    Techical Consultant, Providence, Rhode Island
    Member of the WGIG
    Area of expertise: Technical infrastructure, Internet Protocols, Networking

    Mr Daniel Karrenberg
    Chief Scientist, RIPE NCC
    Area of expertise: Internet Protocols, Internet Numbering System, Networking

    Mr Wolfgang Kleinwächter
    Professor, International Communication Policy and Regulation, University of Aarhus
    Member of the WGIG
    Area of expertise: International Law, Communication Policy, Internet Goverannce, Participation of civil society (member of the WSIS Civil Society Bureau)

    Mr Alejandro Pisanty
    Director of Computing Academic Services, Universidad Autonoma de Mexico
    Vice-Chairman of the Board of ICANN, Mexico-City
    Member of the WGIG
    Area of expertise: Internet Protocols, Interoperability, Institutional Framework

    Mr Alex Sceberras Trigona
    Former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Malta
    Area of expertise: Diplomatic aspect of the Internet Governance (procedures, negotiations, institutions)
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