Community Code of Conduct

The Centre of Democracy celebrates diversity in all its many aspects and respects the dignity of every person, alive or deceased.

As an organisation we are committed to the ideals of democracy and we recognise the importance of dissensus and debate, along with the values of honesty, integrity, inclusivity and compassion. As such – while participants of STITCH & RESIST are invited to incorporate adult language and address challenging content in their work – all content uploaded to this site will be monitored and submission of content to this project does not guarantee publication.

By posting materials on this site, including images of your artwork, you confirm that you have all necessary rights in and to such materials and that such materials will not infringe any personal or proprietary rights of any third parties, nor will such materials be defamatory, unlawful, threatening, obscene or otherwise objectionable.

The Centre of Democracy reserves the right not to publish any contribution that contravenes the moderation policy at its sole discretion. In particular, hate speech targeting specific individuals, groups or communities will not be tolerated.

Materials posted by users do not necessarily reflect the views of the Centre of Democracy or the History Trust of South Australia, both who expressly disclaim any responsibility or liability for any material communicated by third parties through this website.

If you have any questions about our community code of conduct or if you have any further questions or concerns about this project more broadly, please contact the coordinators Nikki Sullivan and Britt Burton. We are more than happy to answer questions, respond to concerns, and listen to your ideas.

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