Cambridge, UK : 30 March - 1 April 2020
This EACR conference will bring together participants from across the world to share their research, learn, and discuss. We are committed to providing a safe and secure environment at the conference with an atmosphere of mutual tolerance and respect. Below are the expectations we have for all participants at the conference, including speakers, exhibitors and staff.
If the EACR believes that any participant’s behaviour is detrimental to the safety, security or wellbeing of others, we may ask them to change their behaviour or in extreme circumstances we may require them to leave the conference venue.
All devices should be switched to silent mode during scientific lectures to avoid disturbance for the speaker and other participants.
Personal and Professional Conduct
We expect all participants to communicate professionally and constructively, handling dissent and disagreement with courtesy, dignity, and an open mind, being respectful when providing feedback, and being open to alternate points of view.
On a personal as well as professional level we expect participants to treat each other with courtesy and respect. We do not allow intimidating, threatening or harassing behaviour of any kind from anyone.
Children are not permitted in any scientific session.
Safety and security
For security purposes, participants must wear their conference badge at all times when in the meeting venue. Personal items should not be left unattended apart from in designated storage areas.
EACR photographs and video
The EACR may take photographs and video at the conference for publicity and marketing purposes. The photographer should be notified in the case of any concerns.
Above: Participants at previous EACR conferences.
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