Code of Conduct (CoC)
EuroDIG is about dialogue which means listen carefully and speak openly by respecting each other and different opinions. We would like to offer a friendly and peaceful environment for every participant.
This includes in-person meetings, virtual meetings, mailing list discussions, etc.
If you are taking part in any EuroDIG hosted activity you agree to:
- Treat all members of the EuroDIG community equally, irrespective of nationality, gender, racial or ethnic origin, religion or beliefs, disability, age, or sexual orientation; all stakeholders of the EuroDIG community should treat each other with civility, both face to face and online.
- Focus discussion or remarks on issues rather than on particular actors, whether they be individuals, groups, organizations or governments, and refrain from ad hominem attacks.
- Act in a reasonable, objective and informed manner when participating in and/or using any EuroDIG discussion platform.
- Listen and respect the views of all stakeholders when considering EuroDIG policy issues. EuroDIG is a multistakeholder environment and those who take part in EuroDIG meetings and inter-sessional activities should acknowledge the importance of all stakeholders and seek to understand their points of view.
- Facilitate transparency and openness when participating in Internet governance-related policy discussions.
- Act fairly and in good faith with other participants in the EuroDIG discussion processes.
- Promote ethical and responsible behaviour. Ethics and integrity are essential, and EuroDIG expects all stakeholders to behave in a responsible and principled way.
Misbehaviour can lead to exclusion from our events and/or our digital tools. If you have been in a situation in which the spirit of the Code of Conduct was breached, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The above CoC was drafted on the basis of the United Nations Code of Conduct to Prevent Harassment, Including Sexual Harassment at the UN System Events.