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Sharon Vincuilla

From:

human canine collaborative

I am committed to creating more inclusive environments by:
- providing low-cost and sliding scale options for my services
- educating myself about systemic racism in formal and informal ways
- developing services that are relevant and accessible to diverse communities
- implementing a non-tolerance policy within my services for behavior that is racist, homophobic, transphobic, misogynistic, bullying, dominant, punitive, or otherwise hateful or harmful
- establishing an ongoing lifestyle practice of consent to reduce harm and increase accountability in how I interact with others
- designing services the include closed captioning, recording, sensory adjustments, and by creating clear and welcome procedures for requesting accommodations
- openly acknowledging the power dynamic between myself and others to empower participants to say "no" to me
- including an accountability page on my website to make it easy for people to give me feedback and address harm
- engaging in formal diversity/equity/inclusion/justice business building
- partnering with diverse professionals who share my values for public events and projects

Ross Musgrove

From:

Bravand

We're working with local organisations - including You Make It (https://www.you-make-it.org/) and Hackney Council to help local people from varied backgrounds of all ages with employability. Our first full time permanent employee is a person that worked with us through You Make It's work placement programme. We're also in the process of starting our own digital skills development programme, working with local people that want experience in our industry to deliver a project for Hackney Empire.

Midnyte City

From:

Midnyte City

Midnyte City is committed to the improvement of diversity at events, to enable change in the technology industry for the better. Creating safe and inclusive spaces allows greater opportunity and enchiches culture for all who participate and attend.

Midnyte City is dedicated to the evolution of technology culture. We see a vibrant industry where all voices, regardless of race, gender, social class or sexual orientation, weave together in the common pursuit of better technology.

“The standard you walk past is the standard you accept.” Our imperative is to continually inspire raising that standard across the industry.

Udo Lembke

Dirk Deimeke

Jemima Gibbons

From:

Design Club

We've used your code of conduct template as the basis for our community guidelines - covering both on and offline spaces. Thanks so much 🙂

Sian Conway-Wood

From:

181st Street Ltd

As regular event speakers, we will ensure that we find out what the event organisers are doing to bring a diverse set of people to the stage and audience before we commit to speaking. We will work with our clients when they are planning events to promote diversity. As an employer, we will not send our staff to events that haven't committed to diversity.