As a professional organization composed of diverse individuals, ENAR is committed to fostering a culture of inclusion, professionalism and civil discourse that cultivates an environment where ideas are exchanged openly and freely with mutual respect and trust. ENAR is committed to creating a safe professional environment for participants at all stages of their careers, and especially for our more junior members. ENAR has adopted a Meeting Conduct Policy intended to guide all attendees at ENARâ€™s annual Spring Meeting including, but not limited to, conference attendees, guests, staff, contractors, vendors, exhibitors, and participants in scientific sessions, workshops, tutorials, roundtables, short courses, tours, and other social events offered in conjunction with the ENAR Spring Meeting. Attendees of the annual Spring Meeting should expect a welcoming professional atmosphere that is free of discrimination, harassment and retaliation of any kind for any reason. All attendees of the Spring Meeting must agree to comply fully and freely with the Meeting Conduct Policy, the contents of which are subject to change at the discretion of the ENAR Executive Committee.
Inappropriate, unprofessional, or threatening behavior will not be tolerated at our meetings. This includes threatening physical or verbal interactions, deliberate intimidation, stalking, sexual images in public spaces, unauthorized or inappropriate photography or recording, inappropriate or unwanted physical contact, unwelcome sexual attention, or verbal harassment. Verbal harassment includes comments relating to race, ethnicity, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, disability, veteran status, or other protected statuses, and will not be tolerated in our community.