The 78th Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers meeting (ICANN78) was held in Hamburg, Germany during October.
ICANN78 is a key event in the multi-stakeholder internet governance calendar. Members of the auDA team participated alongside representatives of the Australian Government and members of the Australian internet community.
Join our webinar to hear what key issues were discussed and the take-home messages from the meeting.
Jordan Carter, auDA's Internet Governance and Policy Director, will host a panel with:
- Annaliese Williams, auDA, reporting from the Country Code Name Supporting Organisation (ccNSO)
- Cheryl Langdon-Orr, At-Large community, reporting from the At-Large Advisory Committee (ALAC)
- Ian Sheldon, Australian Government, reporting from the Government Advisory Committee (GAC)
- Julie Hammer, reporting from Security and Stability Advisory Committee
About ICANN meetings
ICANN Meetings have been central to ICANN’s multi-stakeholder model since its formation in 1998. They provide a venue for learning about ICANN, advancing policy work, conducting outreach, exchanging best practices, conducting business deals, and interacting with members of the ICANN community, Board, and organisation.
Designed to meet a diverse range of needs for ICANN’s Supporting Organizations and Advisory Committees (SO/ACs), staff, and newcomers alike, an average ICANN Meeting accepts more than 200 submissions to schedule in twelve simultaneous sessions spanning four to six days.