Latin America/Caribbean At-Large Users Workshop
Mar del Plata , Argentina
ICANN's At-Large Advisory Committee (ALAC) invites all interested individuals to attend the Latin America/Caribbean At-Large Users Workshop on Sunday, 3 April from 14:00 – 17:00, at the Sheraton Mar del Plata, to advance the interests of the region’s individual Internet user community (At-Large). The workshop will feature discussions of the future of the “Information Society” in Latin America/Caribbean, the user community’s role in the governing of the Internet, and increasing Latin America/Caribbean Internet users participation in ICANN and other global Internet/Communication/Technology decision-making forums. Participation is free and all are welcome.
Additional Sunday events of interest to Latin America/Caribbean’s Internet users (and especially for individuals interested in learning more about, or becoming more involved in, ICANN) include: an “ ICANN Orientation” from 9:00 – 10:00; and an “ Orientation Luncheon” from 12:30 – 13:30. All interested individuals are invited to attend the orientation seminar on ICANN and its work, and join members of ICANN’s Board of Directors and At-Large Advisory Committee, and staff for lunch. Both events are free and will be held at the Sheraton Mar del Plata.
Additional information on these and other ICANN events is available online. Numerous meetings and workshops on a range of policy and technical issues will be in Mar del Plata throughout the week of 4 April.
Please contact email@example.com with questions relating to this announcement. In addition to English, inquiries and input are welcome in Spanish and Portuguese.
Sunday, 3 April 2005
- ICANN Orientation (9:00 – 10:00)
(Open to all ICANN meeting participants, especially those attending their first ICANN meeting)
Orientation Luncheon (12:30 – 13:30)
(All first time ICANN meeting participants are invited to join the ICANN Board of Directors, ALAC members, and ICANN staff for lunch)
- Latin America/Caribbean At-Large Users Workshop (14:00 – 17:00)
(Open to all interested individuals, especially those involved in Internet user issues and activities in Latin America/Caribbean)