Code of conduct
Scintillation is committed to offering all attendees a safe and positive convention experience.
We expect attendees to respect each other and each other’s boundaries in all convention space including but not limited to programming, parties, and the consuite.
The convention and the Holiday Inn are non-smoking environments, this includes vaping.
If you wish to take photographs and or recordings, please ask the concerned people’s permission first.
Inappropriate behaviour will not be tolerated. This includes but is not limited to offensive verbal comments, deliberate intimidation, stalking, following, unwelcome photography or recording.
If a Scintillation attendee is found in violation of this code of conduct, the convention organizers may, at their discretion, take any lawful action deemed appropriate, including, but not limited to, warning the offender or expelling them from the convention with no refund.
If you feel that you are being discriminated against or harassed, or if you notice someone behaving inappropriately (such as violating hotel or convention policies), we suggest the following:
- If you feel comfortable doing so, point out the inappropriate behaviour to the person(s) involved. Often this will solve the problem immediately.
- If you do not feel comfortable talking with the person(s) involved or if talking to them does not resolve the issue, please contact ANY Scintillation staff member (identifiable by “Staff” badges) immediately. They will then get hold of Su Sokol, who will document the incident and take whatever action is necessary. Note that we need to know during the convention about any incidents in order to take action.
While we are primarily concerned with member’s behaviour in Scintillation space during the convention, we will also take into consideration events that might occur outside that space, for example in local shops, bars, restaurants, on the street, or in online contexts.
If deemed necessary, convention staff will help attendees contact hotel security or local law enforcement, or otherwise provide assistance. We value your presence.
Our code of conduct liaison is Su Sokol, email@example.com