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ICANN MEETING NO. 38 | 20-25 JUNE 2010 ALSes Survey Analysis Preliminary results ALSes Survey June 2010 RALO
ALSes Survey June 2010 RALO Q1-3 - Level of Representation of ALS Since they are mainly in national rather than regional, APRALO gives them huge chances to expand their network and look for synergies across Asia We can leverage their network and they can benefit from ours too and work together more. Also most of the ALS have a website and can provide a secondary contact
ALSes Survey June 2010 RALO Q4 - # of individual & organizational members in ALS Most of them have permanent members and some have paid members. Great variety in numbers can be witnessed which somewhat showcase the Asian Pacific region
ALSes Survey June 2010 RALO Q5 - Communications tools used by ALSes Most of them use mailing lists and Skype, more than half of the respondents agree Social networking sites gaining importance slowly
ALSes Survey June 2010 RALO Q6a - How often does your ALS meet? Most have meetings once every 2 or 3 months and also others which is twice a year perhaps Very less have meetings once or twice a month
ALSes Survey June 2010 RALO Q6b - Type of meetings your ALS has with its members? Most of them have face to face meetings, 50% of them Next popular one is telephone conference which occupies around 30% of the numbers
APRALO Recommendation 1 ALSes Survey June 2010 Does your ALS hold regular meetings with members? How often does your ALS meet? Chances aplenty for APRALO representatives to join the ALS meetings which take place regularly We can have a 5 to 10 minute section on their meeting and give them updates from APRALO which might be of use to them.
ALSes Survey June 2010 RALO Q7 - Working Languages of your ALS
APRALO Recommendation 2 ALSes Survey June 2010 Working Language of your ALS English is the most commonly used language so most members of the APRALO would easily understand whats going on For other languages, we can simply use some APRALO representatives who can speak Chinese or Hindi and get them on the call wearing the APRALO Hat
ALSes Survey June 2010 RALO Q8a -What Issues are your ALS members interested in? Diversified Interested equally in every aspect
ALSes Survey June 2010 RALO Q9 - What type of WG activity do you prefer?
ALSes Survey June 2010 RALO Q11 - Scale of 1 to 5, how well is At- Large integrated in overall ICANN policy structure? Mean of 2.86 Which shows they are very neutral towards their feeling of integration More can be done to show we are more integrated
ALSes Survey June 2010 RALO Q12 - Scale of 1 to 5, how well is your ALS integrated in the overall ALAC/RALO/ALS policy structure? Mean of 2.33 Means they are not so involved with the overall ALAC/RALO/ALS policy structure
ALSes Survey June 2010 RALO Q13 - What are the most important limitations to ALS participation? Issues not relevant to the ALS Other time commitments Occupy more than half of the reasons why they do not participate
ALSes Survey June 2010 RALO Q14a - Which recommendation(s) does your ALS consider the most important to increasing its own participation in ICANN? More transparent budget planning at RALO and ALAC Direct point of contact between ALS and the ALAC and ICANN New working groups involving the ALS to try to engage them more Outreach activities to create more awareness about the role and significance of ICANN and ALAC
ALSes Survey June 2010 APRALO Brochure Start of a quarterly brochure giving updates on latest issues Experts in the industry writing small pieces about latest issues Online and print version, online giving more in depth details Easy language, aimed at the majority, easy to understand Testimonials give them a chance to promote themselves and their issues
ICANN MEETING NO. 38 | 20-25 JUNE 2010 Thank you ICANN MEETING No. 38 | 20-25 June 2010 ALSes Survey June 2010
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