CRC 1266 - Scales of Transformation

Safer Space Policy

The CRC 1266 is committed to ensure that all participants of our workshops experience a safe and hospitable environment, regardless of age, gender, sexual identity, disability, physical appearance, nationality, ethnicity, or religion. The CRC 1266 will not tolerate direct or indirect discrimination against any person on grounds of any of the above.

We ask all participants to respect the personal boundaries of others, whether they be physical, emotional or cultural. The CRC 1266 believes that people from different backgrounds can bring fresh ideas, thinking and approaches which will make our workshop both innovative and effective. We support the right of all participants to be able to express their viewpoints without undue interruption. Constructive criticism and dissent are welcome, but should be focussed on the issue, not the person. Please consider the effect your own words and actions may have on others.

The CRC 1266 will not tolerate inappropriate, intimidating or offensive behaviour, whether verbal, written or physical, including harassment or unwarranted and unwelcome attention in any form.

Failure to abide by this policy will result in appropriate action being taken by the CRC 1266 or the workshop organisers. If necessary local authorities will be informed.

Any behaviour during a workshop that contravenes this policy and that has affected you personally or that you have witnessed, should be reported immediately to the CRC 1266 office or workshop organiser by e-mail, or by leaving a note with contact details at the reception desk. Any reports received will be handled by the CRC 1266 board and the organisers with the utmost confidentiality.

The European Association of Archaeologists has kindly given us permission to adopt this declaration.

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