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According to the decision of the 5th Council meeting, the Code of Conduct Council work based is on the following manifesto:
Manifesto of the Code of Conduct Council
Respect for Diversity & Inclusion:
We avoid comments, actions or propaganda that encourages discrimination related to gender, gender expression, race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, sexual characteristics, physical appearance, disability, or age.
Respect Freedom of Expression:
We support an individual's freedom of expression and will strive to better understand each other by not assuming experiences or beliefs, clarifying meanings, and making an effort to speak clearly, avoiding jargon and acronyms.
Commitment to Non-Violence:
We will not engage in any type of violence or aggression, including verbal threats or complaints, intimidation, stalking or harassment, whether physically or psychologically.
Rejection of Sexual Harassment:
We understand sexual harassment as unwanted physical contact or insinuation of a sexual nature, as well as displaying images, drawings or visual representations of any kind that objectify members of any gender or reinforce oppression.
Respect for Privacy:
Safeguard the privacy of members, individuals and paricipants in PPEU events, and agree to follow the Code of Conduct as well as the CoC Council's recommentations.
Facilitate Participation & Collaboration:
We work to create an environment that facilitates participation for all participants, and that session presenters are given respect. We will not engage in sustained disruption of sessions or events, interrupt conversations in a way that negatively impacts collaboration, or engage in toxic behaviors to attract negative attention to an attendee.
We Care about the Integrity and Health of the Community:
We value the health of the community and will not engage in behavior that can negatively impact it. Support Positive Interactions Among members: We are committed to engaging constructively with others at all times. We will not tolerate bullying, including requesting or mobilizing others, either in person or online, to bully others.