We are committed to providing an inclusive and accessible experience for everyone, regardless of age, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, ability, physical appearance, body size, race, or religious affiliation.
We do not tolerate racism, sexism, ableism, discrimination, or harassment in any form at our events online, within communications in our ‘groups’ or via social media.
We expect the entire community to help us realize this ‘safe space’. Your participation is absolutely essential for this.
In order to attend this event, you must agree to abide by these guidelines.
Participants violating these rules may face consequences including, but not limited to, expulsion from the event and/or virtual environment without a refund.
As event organizers, we are committed to creating meaningful speaking, leadership, and participatory opportunities to encourage and support more diversity and representation at our events, within our organizations, and in the broader coworking community. If you have feedback, or would like to report a violation of this code of conduct, please reach out to Ashley or Hector during the event, or use the ‘Contact Us’ form on this website.
This Code of Conduct was adapted from CSSconf EU, Berlin Code of Conduct, co.up, JSConf AU, The Geek Feminism wiki, Valerie Aurora, and the Conference Code of Conduct, with special thanks to Cobot and The Coworking IDEA Project for providing useful resources for running welcoming, safe, and inclusive events for the coworking community.