(Inspired from CoC’s from SIOS PNW, IASC ASSW-2020 experience, and https://confcodeofconduct.com)
All attendees (online and on-site), speakers, sponsors and volunteers at our conference are required to agree with the following code of conduct. Organisers will enforce this code throughout the event. We expect cooperation from all participants to help ensure a safe environment for everybody.
If you notice a problematic situation or someone in distress, please report to the local organising committee, or to <email deactivated>.
- All participants are treated with respect and consideration, valuing a diversity of views and opinions.
- Be considerate, respectful, and collaborative. Acknowledge the contributions of others.
- Respect scheduling and direction from session chairs and organisers.
- Online participants:
- Please, switch on your video when talking to make this event livelier!
- Please, please mute yourself during all the presentations!
- Do not share the link to the online sessions, online participants should register from the website and obtain the link.
- Disruption of presentations during sessions.
- Personal attacks, harassment, intimidation, or discrimination.
- Use of social or mainstream media to target individual actions of participants in a way that could harm their privacy and/or reputation.
Important information for participants and presenters
- For presenters: by default, consider that everything you put on your slides can be shared further, also in the public sphere (incl. social media). Remember that the workshop is hybrid, and that more people than those in the room will see your slides. If some of your slides are not to be shared further, we invite you to clearly mark these, e.g. with this logo.
- For participants: you are expected to respect indications from presenters concerning sharing their content (see above).