[governance] Draft statement on Nairobi meeting programme

Marilia Maciel mariliamaciel at gmail.com
Sat Jan 22 19:02:03 EST 2011

Hi Jeremy,

I did not suggest it as a forth theme, since you said that we generally only
put forward three topics. If you guys believe that a fourth theme should be
added, I would be happy to draft a text. If three themes seem to be the best
way to go, I would like to ask us to *really* make A2K present in all
discussions as you suggested. For that, we will need to carefully think
about the approach and the names of speakers for the main sessions, who
could link A2K with NN, transborder issues, etc. Of course, workshop
proposals would be also important to reach a more rounded understanding of
these interplays.


On Sat, Jan 22, 2011 at 9:46 PM, Jeremy Malcolm <jeremy at ciroap.org> wrote:

> On 23/01/2011, at 6:04 AM, Marilia Maciel wrote:
> While I agree with your approach that makes A2K a transversal issue, I
> believe it is very important that we go beyond words and really mainstream
> it on the debates.
> Marilia and Ian, I'm not sure from your comments if you are both saying
> that you want to see us putting forward a separate fourth theme (since I
> don't see anyone suggesting that we should remove one of the existing three
> themes).  Could you clarify and, if that is what you are saying, perhaps
> suggest some text?
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