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Barbara Ondrisek

From:

Women And Code

We offer programming courses for women* in Vienna. With this initiative we are fostering diversity in IT jobs.

Alyssa P Wright

Rade Zivanovic

In my experience lack of diversity leds to one-sided, and I would argue also shortsighted views, decisions, culture, products... It might seem that including everyone is costly and takes time, but what is the cost of not doing so?

Simon Collison

From:

Obvious Things Ltd

We run a large event in Nottingham, called New Adventures, returning in 2019 after a five-year hiatus. https://newadventuresconf.com/2019/ / @naconf.

As part of our increased commitment to inclusivity, we hope to reach a more diverse audience with each event. This time, we're encouraging applications for one of our diversity tickets. It is essential that we reach a more diverse audience.

We can and should encourage attendance from practitioners representative of minority groups under-represented in the industry. Offering diversity tickets is one way of demonstrating this commitment. We ourselves are providing thirty tickets, but we're actively seeking to offer more with ticket matching and sponsorship initiatives.

Misa Ogura

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Women Driven Development

“To achieve equal representation within tech professionals, we must provide more opportunities for all gender minorities and leaders in tech to connect, to work together and discover talent first-hand.”

WDD brings gender minorities and leaders in tech together, to share knowledge, experiences and to create real connections, promoting sponsorship through hackathons, practical sessions and events.

Michele Playfair

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YOW! Conferences

Platitudes are cheap. We’ve all heard services say they’re committed to “diversity” and “tolerance” without ever getting specific, so here’s our stance on it:

We welcome you.

More information on our policies and diversity efforts here: https://yowconference.com.au/policies/

We're not claiming to be perfect and we're making an effort to constantly improve, with the help of initiatives such as the Diversity Charter, and feedback from our community.

Jan-Christoph Borchardt

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Open Source Diversity

I try to push representation and inclusion in the communities and conferences I’m involved in. I’m taking part in initiatives pushing diversity & inclusion, especially in the field of free & open source software. Whenever invited for an event or talk, I’m recommending relevant people from underrepresented groups to also be invited.

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