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My name is Anna, I am applying on the behalf of Geekle.us. We're engaged in tech events organization.
These are global events, thus, we have both speakers and attendees from various countries.
We highly support diversity and are eager to increase it at our events.
DigiMarCon follows a Code of Conduct for all our events in order to create the best experience possible for all attendees. DigiMarCon also supports the Diversity Charter, a commitment to our best faith effort to make all our events diverse.
As a white male use that 'default status' for good and speak up to create awareness and change. 🙂
First Person Project C.I.C
First Person Project is a not-for-profit community interest company.
We believe in socially progressive mental health
We provide mental health action support.
Our mission is to develop and embed a horizontal community network across the Liverpool City Region to improve mental health as a positive mediator of socially progressive change.
Our vision to support the development of a self-sustaining, creative and socially innovative community approach to mental health action.
We progress beyond mental health awareness to generate high impacting social value.
We act as a thought catalyst, creating a safe environment where peoples’ minds can be challenged, inspiring disruptive change to occur.