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Adelina Andreea Turcu

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C4media - InfoQ and QCon

QCon is dedicated to helping software developers who strive to bring innovation into their teams. Our commitment to empowering them is reflected in our inclusion and diversity initiatives. We hope to foster an inclusive environment within the software industry where everyone feels safe to express themselves and learn while facilitating access to technologies that create change and innovation.
Some OnSite Resources include:
- Subsidized child care
- Family room, prayer room, and quiet areas
- Gender-neutral bathroom with clear signage
- Voting boxes designed with color-blindness in mind
- Labels with food allergies (deconstructed menus) and cultural food preferences (ie. Halal)
- We organize Women & Allies in Tech Breakfasts

Lilian Hunt

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EDIS

EDIS is committed to continually delivering inclusive and diverse events.

Adelina Andreea Turcu

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QCon Conferences

At QCon we have a “We Care” philosophy. We try to ensure our attendees, speakers, sponsors, and guests have the best conference experience possible. Here are some of our OnSite resources:
- Subsidized child care
- Family room, prayer room, and quiet areas
- Gender-neutral bathroom with clear signage
- Voting boxes designed with color-blindness in mind
- Labels with food allergies (deconstructed menus) and cultural food preferences (ie. Halal)
- We organized Women & Allies in Tech Breakfasts (Our more recent ones at QCon San Francisco 2018 sponsored by Netflix and QCon London 2019 sponsored by Facebook?)

Nourdine BOUAGHAZ

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CodeWorks

We're working hard to make sure we'll become a diverse community of talents. Diversity is our ADN we promote in our internal and external events. Peace.

Richard Eskins

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Web Teaching Day

Web Teaching Day is a small event for those teaching web design and development. We aim to respect and involve all voices either speaking or attending the event to ensure diversity.

Tarja Chydenius

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Laurea UAS

Develop strategic Diversity management and inclusion at our University of Applied Sciences

Jessica Meade

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ALL THAT MEDIA

Sadly race tends to be brushed under the carpet when it comes to diversity. Research proves that ethnic minorities, primarily from BME communities, are grossly under represented in most sectors. We aim to address this under representation, due to negative perceptions, by educating companies in the benefits of multicultural work-teams and by creating awareness. We do this through our events, business briefings and bespoke workshops. Talent has no bias and our BME cultural diversity expert practitioners, leading research academics and BME Network building Specialists are passionate about everyone having a fair chance and helping those with the least help. Thank you for this Charter. Contact us on http://www.allthatmedia.agency
jm@allthatmedia.agency

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