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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 Activities, Including Leadership Changes, During ICANN's 51st Meeting to be Held in Los Angeles

Representatives from the At-Large community will hold 27 meetings during the 51st ICANN Public Meeting scheduled to take place in Los Angeles, California, USA 12th -16th October 2014. In addition to their traditional policy meetings, the ALAC and Regional At-Large Organization officers will be meeting with the ASO/NRO, the ICANN Board of Directors, the ccNSO, the GAC, the IANA Stewardship Transition Coordination Group (ICG), the NCSG, the NomCom Leadership, the SSAC and senior ICANN staff. As it is the ICANN Annual General Meeting, there will be several leadership changes taking place at the end of ICANN 51. ALAC Hot topics to be discussed include implementation of recommendations from the Second At-Large Summit Declaration, ICANN Accountability and Transparency and NTIA IANA Functions' Stewardship Transition issues.

All At-Large Meetings, including their time, location and agenda, are available on the At-Large Los Angeles Meeting Agendas Workspace.

At the end of the ICANN 51 Meeting, Olivier Crépin-Leblond, who has served as the ALAC Chair since December 2010, will step down. He will be replaced by Alan Greenberg for a one year renewable term.

Also, Rinalia Abdul Rahim will take her place on the Board's Seat 15 as the Board Director selected by the ALAC and At-Large. She will be replacing Sebastien Bachollet, who has served since December 2010. 

There will also be several departing and incoming ALAC and Regional Leaders.