Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship is committed to providing a safe, respectful, and welcoming environment for all, that is free from harassment, discrimination, and other inappropriate conduct.

The Miller Center Anti-Discrimination Policy aims to ensure that all members of the Miller Center community including our staff members, social entrepreneurs, mentors, students, speakers, sponsors, volunteers, vendors, consultants, donors,  Miller Center Advisory Board members, and other community members are treated with dignity and respect.

Miller Center will not tolerate harassment and violence against or by any person at any Miller Center event.

Miller Center’s Anti-Discrimination Policy

Be part of the solution in creating a safe space at Miller Center events. Please report inappropriate conduct you observe or are subjected to. Be respectful and do not engage in discriminatory or other inappropriate conduct. Harassment includes, but is not limited to, offensive verbal or written comments, remarks, jokes, images, derogatory pictures, unwelcome sexual attention or sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, unwelcome sexual banter, unwelcome visual or non-verbal conduct of a sexual nature, intimidation, stalking, following, threatening conduct, violence, unwanted photography or recording, and sustained disruption of talks or other events.

Conduct and Expectations

All attendees including our staff members, social entrepreneurs, mentors, students, candidates, speakers, sponsors, volunteers, vendors, consultants, donors, Miller Center Advisory Board members, and anyone present at a Miller Center event, as well as any community member engaging with Miller Center online, are required to abide by Miller Center’s Ways of Working and Anti-Discrimination Policy. Any person asked to stop any harassing or inappropriate behavior is expected to comply immediately.

We expect you will follow these rules at all event, conference, and workshop venues, as well as any public outing or site visit hosted by or affiliated with Miller Center and Miller Center-related social events, and while engaging with Miller Center.

Reporting an incident

If you believe the Anti-Discrimination Policy has been violated or have any other concerns, please report it immediately to a member of our staff, an event manager, or Program Manager. They can be identified as they'll be wearing Miller Center name tags at the event. You may also use this online form to anonymously report incidents related to the Anti-Discrimination Policy and Ways of Working.

The Miller Center Anti-Discrimination Policy is ever-evolving and all feedback is welcome. Please email: millercenter@scu.edu

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