March 27th–29th

Code of conduct

Hack the Crisis Norway wants to welcome and include anyone who wants to participate in the hackathon. We want the hackathon to be a safe and welcoming event. Online, in conduct with the advice given regarding the corona virus.

Hack the Crisis Norway wants to welcome and include anyone who wants to participate in the hackathon. We want the hackathon to be a safe and welcoming event. Online, in conduct with the advice given regarding the corona virus.

  1. Follow the advice and information from the Norwegian Institute of Public Health about novel coronavirus COVID-19. Keep a distance from others, both at work, outside and other places you visit. Limit the number of people you have close contact with, or are visited by, to a few at a time. Wash hands frequently and thoroughly with soap and lukewarm water. For more information go to NIPH webpage.
  2. We expect everyone to behave like a professional in all conversations and interactions. Be a part of conversations, offer your perspective, respect the other people participating and contribute to a positive, inclusive environment. Any off-topic discussions should be held in #random or outside this workspace.
  3. Harassment of any kind is unacceptable in our channels. Harassment includes offensive verbal comments related to gender, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, religion, sexual images in public spaces, deliberate intimidation, stalking, following, harassing photography or recording, sustained disruption of talks and unwelcome sexual attention. If anyone engages in harassing behavior, Hack the Crisis Norway may take any action they deem appropriate, which may include removal from the event.
  4. No spam, advertising or unnecessary self-promoting. Sharing services that could benefit other members’ needs is ok. Direct selling or unnecessary advertising is not.

We expect members and participants to follow these rules. If you ever have any questions about this code, email us at hello@hackthecrisis.com

If you notice someone is being harassed or have any other concerns, please contact a member of Hack the Crisis Norway immediately.

All reporters have the right to remain anonymous.