Code of Conduct
We intend to provide a safe, pleasant and friendly environment for all our users and visitors. All users of this platform and their contributions to the platform are therefore bound by this Code of Conduct.
A contribution to Eurogender means: any kind of posting including, but not limited to, text, profile, image, graphics, photography, video or audio material.
Your use of EuroGender means that you accept and agree to:
- Not to flood, spam or use any kind of promotion or advertising that is not relevant to the content. For the purposes of this website, flooding is considered as posting the same comment over and over in the same forum; spamming is considered as posting the same comment (or very similar) to more than one forum. All advertisements, chain letters, pyramid schemes, junk mail and any other forms of commercial solicitation are strictly prohibited.
- Not to preach hatred, sexism, racism or violence, not use obscenities or use ethnic slurs or to get personal or insulting in any way. Any material which is unlawful, harassing, threatening, defamatory, obscene, offensive, abusive, hateful, inflammatory, profane, racially, sexually or religiously offensive or otherwise objectionable or unlawful is not acceptable. Material also cannot contain unsuitable or irrelevant website addresses or URLs. Links to pornography, commercial or other inappropriate content will be deleted.
- Contribute with content that you own the rights to. Your contribution must not plagiarise or infringe the rights of a third party, including any copyright, database, trade mark, trade secret, privacy, publicity, personal or proprietary rights of any kind.
- Contribute with relevant content (news, blog posts, comments, resources, projects) related to topics covered by EuroGender.
Any kind of contribution or content that does not comply with these rules will be deleted. Any user breaking these rules will be banned from the site.
We would also like to ask you to:
- Respect other users and their right to have different opinions and/ or disagree.
- Be the first to correct your own mistakes, but not to alter previously published content without indicating that you have done so.
- Consider the privacy of other users.
- Respect copyright, fair use and financial disclosure laws.