Code of Conduct
Cosmoglobe is committed to conducting meetings that are productive
and enjoyable for everyone. Cosmoglobe will not tolerate harassment
of participants in any way. By attending this Cosmoglobe meeting you
- Behave professionally. Exclusionary or offensive comments or
jokes related to personal attributes are not appropriate.
- Personal attributes covered by this policy include but are not
limited to (alphabetically): age, disability, ethnicity, gender,
gender expression, gender identity, lactation, nationality, physical
appearance, political affiliation, pregnancy, race, religion, sexual
orientation, and status as a caregiver (including as a parent).
- Unacceptable behavior includes, but is not limited to, sustained
disruption of talks or other events, unwelcome contact, sexual
attention or innuendo, intimidation, stalking, and recording of an
individual without consent. Consent for photography may be assumed
only when the subject is giving a talk during a Cosmoglobe
- Communicate appropriately. Aim for a professional audience
including people of many different backgrounds. Sexual language and
imagery are not acceptable.
- Be kind. Do not insult or put down other meeting participants
- Reach out to any Meeting Contact People and/or the Local
Organizing Committee members if you witness a code of conduct
All participants are empowered to request that undesirable behavior
be stopped. Participants asked to stop any behavior inconsistent
with this Meeting’s code of conduct are expected to comply
immediately. The Meeting Contact People have the authority to take
action up to and including requiring an attendee to leave the
Local Organizing Committee: Duncan Watts, Maksym Brilenkov, Eirik Gjerløw & Daniel Herman.
Meeting Contact People: Ragnhild Aurlien,
With thanks to the CMB-S4 collaboration, from which this code was adapted, and with original attribution to LSST/DESC.
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