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Equity, Diversity and Inclusion & our Code of Conduct

Our commitment:

We will do our best to fulfil your requirements to allow you to fully participate in this event. Please let us know if you have any special requirements such as dietary needs based on religious or medical grounds, the need for a private room during the day, support for childcare, handouts in advance and/or in alternative formats such as Braille or large print, hearing loops, British Sign Language interpreter, wheelchair access, high backed chair etc.

The organisers will make the highest efforts that ARTIN in Leeds will align with the Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) policy, guidelines and recommendations of the University of Leeds and with the LMS (London Mathematical Society) Advice on Diversity at Conferences and Seminars.
In particular we will strive for a diverse, inclusive and respectful environment, and we we will ensure that reasonable adjustments shall be made in order to accommodate participants and speakers with disability, caring duties, or any other obligation, including religious obligation.

Note: Any event that happens in the University of Leeds is required to abide to the University of Leeds policy on dignity and mutual respect.
From the document:

"The University of Leeds policy on dignity and mutual respect applies not only to university staff, but also to all visitors, including academic visitors, who are visiting or contacting the University."

All participants, speakers and organisers of ARTIN at Leeds must in particular contribute to a positive and respectful scientific environment, and in particular:

  •  try to understand multiple viewpoints and respect individual differences;
  •  acknowledge that different experiences are no less valid;
  • report all instances of bullying or harassment, or someone being excluded or treated unfairly.


Organisation of inclusive conferences:

Code of conduct