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 +===== 3e Colloque R du CSBQ | 3rd QCBS R Symposium =====
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 +**Le 3e Colloque R du CSBQ aura lieu le 10, 11 et 12 octobre 2019 à la Reserve Naturelle Gault**
 +</​WRAP>​
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 +**The 3rd QCBS R symposium will be held from October 10th to 12th 2019 at the Gault Nature Reserve**
 +</​WRAP>​
 +<WRAP clear></​WRAP>​
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 +==== Code of Conduct ====
 +
 +<WRAP group>
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 +The //QCBS R Workshop Series// and the //QCBS R Symposium// are venues dedicated to providing a welcoming and supportive environment for all people, regardless of background or identity.
 +
 +Participants,​ presenters and organizers of the workshop series and other related activities //accept// this Code of Conduct when being present at any workshop-related activities.
 +
 +We //do not tolerate behaviour that is disrespectful or that excludes, intimidates,​ or causes discomfort to others//​. ​
 +
 +We //do not tolerate discrimination or harassment based on characteristics//​ that include, but are not limited to, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation,​ disability, physical appearance, body size, citizenship,​ nationality,​ ethnic or social origin, pregnancy, familial status, genetic information,​ religion or belief (or lack thereof), membership of a national minority, property, age, education, socio-economic status, technical choices, and experience level.
 +
 +It applies to all spaces managed by or affiliated with the workshop, including, but not limited to, workshops, email lists, and online forums such as GitHub, Slack and Twitter.
 +
 +**Expected behaviour**
 +
 +All participants are expected to show respect and courtesy to others. All interactions should be professional regardless of platform: either online or in-person. In order to foster a positive and professional learning environment we encourage the following kinds of behaviours in all workshop events and platforms:
 +
 +  * Use welcoming and inclusive language
 +  * Be respectful of different viewpoints and experiences
 +  * Gracefully accept constructive criticism
 +  * Focus on what is best for the community
 +  * Show courtesy and respect towards other community members
 +
 +**Unacceptable behaviour**
 +
 +Examples of unacceptable behaviour by participants at any workshop event/​platform include:
 +
 +  * written or verbal comments which have the effect of excluding people on the basis of membership of any specific group;
 +  * causing someone to fear for their safety, such as through stalking or intimidation;​
 +  * violent threats or language directed against another person;
 +  * the display of sexual or violent images;
 +  * unwelcome sexual attention;
 +  * nonconsensual or unwelcome physical contact;
 +  * insults or put-downs;
 +  * sexist, racist, homophobic, transphobic,​ ableist, or exclusionary jokes;
 +  * incitement to violence, suicide, or self-harm;
 +  * continuing to initiate interaction (including photography or recording) with someone after being asked to stop;
 +  * publication of private communication without consent.
 +
 +</​WRAP>​
 +
 +<WRAP half column 47%>
 +The //QCBS R Workshop Series// and the //QCBS R Symposium// are venues dedicated to providing a welcoming and supportive environment for all people, regardless of background or identity.
 +
 +Participants,​ presenters and organizers of the workshop series and other related activities //accept// this Code of Conduct when being present at any workshop-related activities.
 +
 +We //do not tolerate behaviour that is disrespectful or that excludes, intimidates,​ or causes discomfort to others//​. ​
 +
 +We //do not tolerate discrimination or harassment based on characteristics//​ that include, but are not limited to, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation,​ disability, physical appearance, body size, citizenship,​ nationality,​ ethnic or social origin, pregnancy, familial status, genetic information,​ religion or belief (or lack thereof), membership of a national minority, property, age, education, socio-economic status, technical choices, and experience level.
 +
 +It applies to all spaces managed by or affiliated with the workshop, including, but not limited to, workshops, email lists, and online forums such as GitHub, Slack and Twitter.
 +
 +**Expected behaviour**
 +
 +All participants are expected to show respect and courtesy to others. All interactions should be professional regardless of platform: either online or in-person. In order to foster a positive and professional learning environment we encourage the following kinds of behaviours in all workshop events and platforms:
 +
 +  * Use welcoming and inclusive language
 +  * Be respectful of different viewpoints and experiences
 +  * Gracefully accept constructive criticism
 +  * Focus on what is best for the community
 +  * Show courtesy and respect towards other community members
 +
 +**Unacceptable behaviour**
 +
 +Examples of unacceptable behaviour by participants at any workshop event/​platform include:
 +
 +  * written or verbal comments which have the effect of excluding people on the basis of membership of any specific group;
 +  * causing someone to fear for their safety, such as through stalking or intimidation;​
 +  * violent threats or language directed against another person;
 +  * the display of sexual or violent images;
 +  * unwelcome sexual attention;
 +  * nonconsensual or unwelcome physical contact;
 +  * insults or put-downs;
 +  * sexist, racist, homophobic, transphobic,​ ableist, or exclusionary jokes;
 +  * incitement to violence, suicide, or self-harm;
 +  * continuing to initiate interaction (including photography or recording) with someone after being asked to stop;
 +  * publication of private communication without consent.
 +
 +</​WRAP>​
 +<WRAP clear></​WRAP>​
 +