Code of Conduct
All attendees, workshop organisers, facilitators, mentors and venue staff involved in Global Diversity CFP Day are required to agree with the following code of conduct.
Workshop team members will enforce this code of conduct throughout the event.
We value the diversity and inclusion of underrepresented and marginalized people in tech.
Be mindful that this will likely be the most diverse group of people that you have been around and can expect to meet people from a wide range of religions, ethnicities, genders, gender identities, nationalities, sexual orientations, body sizes, physical appearance, mental abilities and physical abilities.
Use this as an opportunity to respectfully interact with a diverse group of individuals in a professional and safe environment.
We are all here to learn and grow. This event, being a professional and safe environment, is not the appropriate venue to question individuals on their underrepresented status.
Anyone found to be behaving in any way that makes participants uncomfortable or impedes the intended goals of this event will be in violation of this Code of Conduct and will be ejected from Global Diversity CFP Day.
Offensive verbal comments related to gender, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, religion, sexual images in public spaces, deliberate intimidation, stalking, following, unwelcome photography or recording, sustained disruption of talks or other events, inappropriate physical contact, and unwelcome sexual attention are also considered inappropriate behaviour.
If your behavior proves to be harmful to others you will have to be removed from all Global Diversity CFP Day events.
If you or someone else are subjected to inappropriate behviour or have any other concerns please follow the Reporting steps below.
The workshop teams are here to help attendees feel safe for the duration of the workshop. We value your participation.
If you need to report an incident please contact a member of your workshop team. Various means to report violations to the local team will be visible throughout each workshop if you are uncomfortable approaching a team member in person.
If the person you need to report is a member of the workshop team please contact the workshop organiser.
If the person you need to report is the workshop organiser, please contact the Global Code of Conduct Team
Global Code of Conduct Team
Atlanta Workshop Organiser
CEO (Chief Encouragement Officer) for #underrepresented & #marginalized people in #tech
Lian always wanted to save the world. After a failed attempt at becoming a lawyer, she decided to do something with computers instead.
In her free time, she enjoys working on dev related projects from machine learning to hardware hacking.
Edinburgh Workshop Organiser
codebar Edinburgh Coach and Co-organiser
Women Who Code Edinburgh Chapter Lead
Having received a number of reports about the inappropriate behaviour of two workshop organisers, outside of Global Diversity CFP Day, they have been banned from participating in any future Global Diversity CFP Day events.
Our workshop organisers are expected to be role models for attendees. Given they are in charge of attendee safety, organisers are held to the highest standard.
We take your safety and trust very seriously.
Our aim is to cultivate a positive, inclusive environment and it is our responsibility is to maintain this environment for everyone.