4. Celebrate diversity and differences
For our community to be constructive and innovative, it is important for there to be new perspectives to encourage discussions and progress. This can allow for differences in opinions and cultures. The key is not to let that affect the quality of interaction. Think of ways to facilitate participation in spite of it. Avoid dominating a discussion yourself / within a small group of people and learn to step back to encourage other voices.
5. Do not engage in behaviour that is disruptive or harassing
Be it online or offline, unwelcome behaviour can also be flagged. Sexualised comments, even those said in jest, are considered unwanted sexual attention. Any inappropriate physical contact without consent or stimulated physical contact in communications or presentation materials is also non-permissible. Behaviour that can disrupt any event, forums, or meetings, is also a violation of our community guidelines, inclusive but not restricted to heckling, excessive drinking, taking drugs, derogatory comments, jeering, or any other crowd actions that can be hostile.
We take this seriously.
If you should experience or believe any engagements is not in line with Consentium’s community code of conduct, we seek you to reach out to us at email@example.com. Please report any situations that may be potentially dangerous, distressing or in violation to the guidelines with as much details as you are able to problem. You may use the same reporting process if you feel you have been unfairly accused.
The Consentium Foundation team will take all reports seriously and undergo thorough investigations. All members, including admin and decision-making authorities, will be expected to comply immediately when they are asked to stop unacceptable behaviour. You may also be requested to leave the relevant platforms whether temporarily or risk being banned permanently. The Consentium team can be subject to further disciplinary action, including termination of employment. False reports will also not be tolerated and subject to similar consequences. Influencing such behaviour, whether online or offline, can also lead to similar consequence for the offending member.