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POLL NOW OPEN: Diplo Community Endorsement for 2014 IGF MAG

Hello everyone

The IGF MAG is an important community group that serves as a resource for the IGF Secretariat, but more importantly, has members who represent all stakeholder groups, and can take our ideas and move them forward to active consideration by the MAG as a group, and to the IGF Secretariat, in order to shape the IGF to fit our developing needs as an IG policy community. Please read the Diplo post about the 2014 MAG endorsement process.

Please take the time to review the information posted about candidates for the 2014 MAG renewal. Then please take part in the poll.

The most important part of this poll is question number 1:  Please mark up to five (5) choices for Diplo MAG endorsement candidates: Here you will stipulate your choices for endorsement of new MAG members.

The other question refers to current MAG (2013) members, who might be renewed by the UNDESA and IGF Secretariat, if they have been active, contributing members of the MAG up until now, and are not due to be rotated out. This question is an endorsement of community members (question number 2) who have worked for us on the MAG, and will appreciate your backing if it seems appropriate to you.

Note: the inclusion or non-inclusion of any new nominee or current MAG member in this poll does not constitute an endorsement or non-endorsement of any kind. All nominees who requested inclusion in the community endorsement process have been included, and if any others are not specifically named here, it is not because we have formed any kind of opinion about them, but because they did not request Diplo community endorsement.

The poll will be open until midnight GMT on 29 November, and Diplo community results will be posted on the main blog at www.diplointernetgovernance.org (here) and sent to UNDESA on 01 December.

Thank you all for participating in the IG community. Our engagement is the only way to make sure our voices are heard.

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