Code of Conduct

For CCUWiP 2023, we are adopting the code of conduct of University of Regina. By registering for this conference all participants agree to abide to this code of conduct. Behaviour that violates our code of conduct will not be tolerated and under given circumstances can have the consequence of revoking the privilege to participate in CCUWiP 2023.

Our team is committed to providing a safe and inclusive environment that fosters the exchange of scientific ideas, encourages open and respectful dialogue, and is free of harassment and discrimination. We respect each other, take care of each other, and support the success of all.

CCUWiP 2023 delegates have a right to belong and a responsibility to treat one another with respect. Acts of discrimination, harassment, or bullying will result in immediate action, and notification of appropriate authorities, if necessary. This includes, but is not limited to: sexual harassment, intimidation, threatening behaviour, sustained disruption, use of offensive or demeaning language including unwelcome or offensive jokes, unwanted photography, screenshots or recording without consent, engaging in biased, demeaning, or hostile commentary based on individual characteristics such as age, race, ethnicity, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, nationality, political affiliation, ability status, educational background, or any other characteristic protected by law.

The University of Regina Code of Conduct can be found below:


If you have any concerns, have experienced or observed any behaviour that violates this code of conduct, please feel encouraged to contact the conference Ombudsperson:

Gwen Grinyer: