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Note: withdrawn. See [[Submissions:2016/Dial “T” for Training - Creating Effective Training Modules to Address Harassment, both Online and at Events]].
  
 
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Revision as of 06:11, 30 August 2016

Title
Codes of conduct at in-person events
Theme
Community
Academic Peer Review option
No
Type of submission
Presentation
Author
Avery Jensen
E-mail address
averydjensen(AT)gmail.com
Username
Affiliation
Abstract
Codes of conduct are becoming standard for in-person events, to the point that some speakers have refused to participate in events that do not have a published code of conduct. The scope of the problem, best practices, the experience of girls and women, and international considerations.
For other proposals, see User talk:Avery Jensen
Length of presentation
20-30 minutes
Special schedule requests
Preferred room size
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  1. Funcrunch (talk) 11:07, 22 August 2016 (EDT)
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Note: withdrawn. See Submissions:2016/Dial “T” for Training - Creating Effective Training Modules to Address Harassment, both Online and at Events.