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Regional At-Large Organizations (RALOs)

The five RALOs unite our At-Large Structures (ALSes) and individual members based on their geographic regions. As the information conduit and facilitators, RALOs disseminate information from ICANN, promote the participation of their members, and channel the regional user point of view to ICANN. Each RALO is governed by its own organizing documents, including a Memorandum of Understanding with ICANN. Playing a key role in ICANN’s regional strategies, several RALOs partner with ICANN to facilitate the development of critical infrastructure for the Domain Name System. Learn more about RALOs from ICANN’s Bylaws >

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European Regional At-Large Organization

The Internet Is Yours

EURALO unites European Internet end-user voices within the At-Large community. EURALO consists of Internet-related civil society and consumer interests, representing their views in the bottom-up, consensus-based, multi-stakeholder ICANN policy development process. Our members across Europe formed into individual At-Large Structures working on issues related to the Internet. If you care about ensuring that the Internet provides benefits to everyone, every day, come join us. If your organization focuses on security and privacy issues to improve on-line user and consumer protection, come work with us.
EURALO consists of 37 ALSes and 14 individual members unaffiliated with ALSes located in 17 countries and territoriesWe accept individual members


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EuroDIG 2016

As the institutional partner of EuroDIG2016, EURALO has played a key role in organizing various panels, workshops, and events. Its members and leaders spoke at panel sessions and actively contributed to outreach activities. ICANN's CROPP also funded newcomers in EURALO to take part in EuroDIG. Photo: 4 CROPP travellers with ICANN President & CEO Göran Marby (middle), GAC Chair Thomas Schneider (leftmost), and EURALO Chair Olivier Crépin-Leblond (rightmost)More >