What is At-Large?
"At-Large" is the name for the community of individual Internet users who participate in the policy development work of ICANN. Currently, more than 160 groups representing the views of individual Internet users are active throughout the world. You can learn more about the community and its activities on this website, as well as how to join and participate in building the future of the worldwide Domain Name System (DNS) and other unique identifiers which every single user of the Internet relies on every time they go online.
At-Large Community Members Prepare for ICANN's Buenos Aires Meeting
At a Glance
Representatives from the At-Large community will hold 23 meetings during the 48th ICANN Public Meeting in Buenos Aires, Argentina. These meetings include traditional policy meetings, At-Large Working Group Meetings, and meetings with the ICANN Board of Directors. Six new ALAC members will also be taking their seats at the end ICANN's Annual General Meeting.
In addition, the At-Large community members will also participate actively in many of the public meetings taking place during the ICANN meeting in Buenos Aires either in person or using remote participation tools.
The ALAC will be busy in policy development activities in 23 At-Large meetings, which include:
More information on At-Large Meetings scheduled to take place during ICANN's 48th Public Meeting in Buenos Aires, including agendas in English, Spanish, French and Portuguese and remote participation instructions, is available on the At-Large Buenos Aires Meeting Agendas Workspace.
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