Coworking Events Code of Conduct

Coworking Events Code of Conduct @CoAssemblyEU -

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We expect all coworking events to commit to providing an accessible and inclusive experience for everyone. Here is how…

Events aren’t only fun or educational gatherings. They are an essential part of community building and bonding. However, with great events comes greater responsibility.


We expect all coworking events to commit to providing an accessible and inclusive experience for everyone. To help the wider community, we collaborated with Cobot to create a free and easily sharable code of conduct.


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https://coworkingassembly.eu/event-code-of-conduct/

The article covers – What Constitutes Harassment, Enforcement, Reporting, Anonymous Report, Personal Report, Photo Policy, Inclusive Language, General Guidelines, Racism, Ableism, Sexism & Mediation.

Do you have any tips for event organisers?

After our #Diversity & #Inclusion series we have been asked so many great questions from you, our #community.

That’s why we are delighted to announce today, with Cobot, a free-to-use and free-to-adapt #coworking event #CodeOfConduct!

http://coworkingcodeofconduct.org


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