Challenger Society Code of Conduct for Meetings


The Challenger Society and the activities that it supports provide a safe, productive, and welcoming environment for all participants. The Challenger Society welcomes a diversity of views and opinions and is committed to positive action to improve i) diversity monitoring and reporting, and ii) pipeline support, visibility and accessibility for underrepresented marine researchers and students, including but not limited to class, disability, ethnicity, gender, neurodiversity and sexuality. Our Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Statement can be found at https://www.challenger-society.org.uk/EDI_Statement. Participants are encouraged to respectfully express their viewpoints, with consideration of time and space for other participants to do the same. The Challenger Society Code of Conduct for Meetings, which is guided by the AGU Meetings Code of Conduct, applies to all participants, staff, and support personnel of Challenger Society-sponsored activities, as well as recipients of Challenger Society support to participate in other meetings and activities.

The code of conduct can be found here.

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