Code of Conduct
We are committed to making this conference productive and enjoyable for all. We will not tolerate harassment of participants in any form. If you have a concern, e-mail us or speak to a conference organiser. Presenters/authors must declare that all work has been carried out in accordance with ASAB/ABS’s Guidelines for the Treatment of Animals in Research.
As a small conference event we firstly, seek to challenge ourselves and the ASAB community to ensure an environment of mutual concern and respect for all individuals. Secondly, we strive to achieve appropriate representation of women and men in line with the gender balance in our research community in all aspects of the ASAB Conference.
ASAB awards Childcare Grants of up to £500. The awards are designed to provide a flexible contribution towards the additional costs of conference attendance faced by members with young children
ASAB Spring 2023 allow baby-wearing in all areas and welcome children and caregivers under supervision. (Please see Bangor University’s Health and Safety policy regarding children and young persons). A comfortable nursing space and baby-changing facilities are also available. Attendees are invited to provide details of children and/or care-givers attending when completing registration. A member of the organising committee may then contact you to seek further information.
The venue has wheelchair access and lifts. Attendees are invited to give accessibility or disability information when completing registration and may be contacted by a member of the organising committee to discuss support arrangements that may be needed. ASAB Spring 2023 will ensure that the needs of all attendees are met.
- Follow the ASAB 2023 Spring Conference on Twitter @ASAB_conference and tweet using #ASABangor.
- Tag @BangorUni, @BangorSNS and @BangorBioZoo when tweeting about #ASABangor if appropriate (these are the Twitter accounts for Bangor University, Bangor University School of Natural Science, and Bangor University Biology and Zoology).
- Tweet (or communicate on other social media) about what you are hearing and learning at #ASABangor, but refrain from sharing when the speaker explicitly requests you do so. Presentations (talks/posters) are shareable by default, but speakers can request that the presentation, or specific details or slides are not shared using a “no social media” symbol.
- Communicate with respect and consideration for others, following good practice guidelines for your own organisation, or have a read of Bangor University guidelines on the use of social media.
- E-mail us or speak to a conference organiser (in confidence) in the first instance if you have any concerns or comments regarding the use of social media.
- Bully, harass, or be rude to any individual or group.
- Post inappropriate images or breach copyright.
- Post images or re-distribute slides or data where the presenter has indicated “no social media”; such a symbol indicates that sharing may preclude subsequent publication of the data, embargo policies, or similar.
At Bangor University we aim to:
- Embrace and promote the five ways of working to achieve Wales’ well-being goals and the UN Sustainable Development Goals
- Ensure the highest standards of environmental performance (maintaining our ISO14001:2015 accreditation)
- Contribute to a curriculum that reflects the University’s commitment to sustainable development and global citizenship
- Promote sustainability in research, business and enterprise activities
- Promote an ethos of ‘Welsh is for everyone’ and normalising experience of living in a multi-lingual environment
- Promote integrated reporting to communicate success
- Collaborate with the other Universities in Wales to make RCE-Cymru a reality
- Enhance our sustainable futures
Check out our Sustainability FAQs, in case we already have an update on a topic you are interested in.