The Code of Conduct
IACCP, Inc. (IACCP) aims to stimulate productive, enjoyable, and safe experiences at its
conferences, Culture and Psychology Schools (CPS), and other professional events sponsored
or represented by delegates of IACCP. We are dedicated to encouraging an environment of
collegiality and mutual respect for all members, who represent diversity in nationality and
ethnic background, sex, gender identity, affinity orientation, age, abilities, appearance, and
religion. Attendance at an IACCP-sponsored meeting or activity, including any
extracurricular activities that occur during IACCP-organized events, requires that all
registered individuals and guests follow a code of conduct that stipulates that you will: 1) treat
others with respect and 2) not engage in discrimination, intimidation, harassment, and/or
abuse at these events or at any social activities associated with, or occurring during, these
IACCP discourages relationships that may create an appearance of impropriety. IACCP does
not tolerate behaviors that threaten a person’s career or sense of safety. IACCP welcomes
members to share observations, concerns, or experiences that were distasteful, unsettling, or
inappropriate. IACCP affirms that it will take all concerns seriously.
Anyone who wishes to report a violation of this policy is asked to speak or write confidentially to Prof. Judith Gibbons (Email: Judith.firstname.lastname@example.org) or Prof. Deon Meiring (Email: email@example.com)".
Click here to read the long version of the IACCP Code of Conduct.