ARDC Code of Conduct incident report form
The ARDC is dedicated to providing a welcoming and supportive environment for all participants in ARDC activities, regardless of background or identity. As such, we do not tolerate behaviour that is disrespectful to our staff or participants or that excludes, intimidates, or causes discomfort to others. We do not tolerate discrimination or harassment of any kind.
Everyone who participates in an ARDC activity or community is required to conform to the code of conduct for ARDC activities ("/). It applies when you sign up to or join any ARDC organised activity or when you join an ARDC managed or jointly managed community. It applies to all activities including, but not limited to, webinars, events, email lists and online forums.
By participating, you indicate your acceptance of the code and any procedures by which ARDC resolves any incidents that violate the code of conduct. The ARDC is responsible for enforcing the code of conduct. All reports will be reviewed by the ARDC and will be kept confidential. The information submitted through this form will be treated in accordance with the ARDC privacy policy (
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Would you like to receive updates about the status of the incident you are reporting? *
Please provide the e-mail address you'd like to receive communication about this report.
If you would like to be notified about the outcome of your incident report, it will be helpful to have your contact information.
Please tell us your name.
During which activity or in which community did the incident take place?
Please provide the date and approximate time the incident occurred.
Please provide the time in 12 hr format (ex. 3:00 pm).
Please provide as much information as you can about the incident. *
Please provide the location/venue of the event where the incident occurred.
Eg, meeting, webinar, slack, mailing list, twitter, google suite.
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