Charter of Rights & Responsibilities

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Meeting Place strives to create a space that is universally accessible for all.

Arts Access Australia (AAA) promotes a human rights approach to access and inclusion and is committed to creating a space that respects rights and responsibilities.

We believe that there is a shared responsibility for creating access and inclusion, and this starts with acknowledging our personal rights and responsibilities and respecting the rights and responsibility of others.

The following Charter of Rights & Responsibilities has been created to guide participation in our events. Please review the Charter prior to attending Meeting Place. The Charter is also available for download as a word doc: Charter of Rights & Responsibilities (doc, 47 KB)

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Charter of Rights & Responsibilities

Access Support – I acknowledge that this event is for people with disabilities, and I will assist to create a supportive space by respecting:

Safety – I will help create a safe, constructive and harassment-free space for everybody.

Freedom of Opinion – I will respect the views and opinions of others and allow them the time and space in which to share them.

Mindfulness – I will be considerate in what I do and say, and mindful of the effect that I might have on other people.

Privacy –  I will not take photos or videos of others without their permission, or post them on Facebook, Twitter and other online media.

Action & Response – I will report any offensive, unacceptable or unsafe behaviour to the Meeting Place team. I acknowledge that I may be asked to leave if my behaviour is deemed offensive, unacceptable or unsafe.

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