4. Prejudicial actions or comments related to actual or perceived gender, gender identity, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, ability, socioeconomic status, age, or religion;
5. Deliberate intimidation or stalking;
6. Inappropriate photography or recording;
7. Sustained disruption of panels, talks or other discussions;
8.Physical assault (including unwelcome touching).
CICP expects participants to act appropriately to mitigate or avoid potential harm to a fellow participant should they witness any behaviour they feel to be inappropriate. In situations where a participant feels a fellow participant is in imminent physical danger at an event, they should alert CICP staff or security immediately.
All participants wishing to report any behaviour they consider to be unacceptable or in contravention of the Code of Conduct may address CICP’s Director or Deputy Directors by email or may address them during an event.
All complaints will be treated in a confidential manner. CICP does not currently have a process to investigate, review evidence, rule on complaints or issue sanctions, but will instead monitor complaints about patterns of behaviour and regularly review whether any action or revision to this policy may be required