[WSIS CS-Plenary] What's going on ? "CS" Press release and
"CS"-Private sector joint statement
vb at bertola.eu.org
Fri Mar 4 10:17:30 GMT 2005
Il giorno ven, 04-03-2005 alle 09:00 +0200, Tracey Naughton ha scritto:
> Whilst full participation is absolutely desirable, it is not always
> effective. Strategically speaking, it is important to have
> participation in the development of substantive civil society policy
> output, but it is not effective to have full participation in process
> matters that call for fast action.
As an alternate possibility for the "full participation" method (i.e.
writing a draft, asking everyone in the plenary for objections, etc.)
you could use a different method when you don't have enough time: you
could ask the plenary to appoint a small sub-group (or even just one
individual) tasked with collecting all inputs and writing the final
If the individual(s) will not do a good job, and the result will not be
representative or acceptable to almost all, the next time possibly the
plenary will appoint someone else.
The only requirement for this, again, is to have a clear method for
appointing people by the plenary - something that still (especially
online) we lack.
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