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The mission of the International Relations team is to improve W3C's liaisons with international organizations in the areas of politics and standardization and to reinforce W3C's commitment to developing one Web for everyone. The "liaisons" team acts as a catalyst and enabler for both the W3C management team and the Offices, with whom it shares best practices and resources.
International Relations focuses on spreading W3C's messages and technologies beyond the Consortium's usual geographical and Web community frontiers. Our goal is to make it easier for new stakeholders to discover and participate in W3C's work and values.
The best way to reach W3C about liaisons and partnerships is to send email to email@example.com which will reach Daniel Dardailler, Rigo Wenning, Thomas Roessler and the other W3C staff members active in the area. Please consult the liaisons page to find existing contacts and cc their email addresses.
For relationships between W3C and government driven organizations like ISO, ITU, EU normalization (ETSI, CEN), UN efforts like IGF/WSISs, national bodies (ANSI, AFNOR, etc.), and for political liaison activities with other Internet organizations like IETF, ICANN, ISOC, etc., please cc Daniel Dardailler in any case.
If you prefer private communication, please contact Daniel Dardailler, Director of International Relations.
The Offices home page is where you'll find the latest news on our Office program, and information on how to become an Office.
Please address requests and questions to Alan Bird, Global Business Development Leader for W3C, and cc the firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list which is visible only to W3C staff.
Volunteer translations are managed by Coralie Mercier.