The Daring Cities 2023 Virtual Forum consisted of several events live-streamed during the months of July, August, and September. To keep up with Daring Cities’ news and updates, feel free to join our Daring Cities Community by following us on LinkedIn. To read up on ICLEI’s equity guidelines, as well as our code of conduct & anti-harassment policy, please scroll down. See below for past sessions.
Throughout Cornerstone I: Exchange, hundreds of representatives of cities, towns, regions, and other subnationals, and the partners that work with them, have come together at Daring Cities 2023 to exchange on best practices, innovative solutions, and creative approaches to a just and equitable transformation of our society in the face of the climate emergency. These exchanges have produced a set of key findings from Daring Cities 2023, which you can now find here.
ICLEI is committed to providing a safe event experience for everyone, regardless of sex, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, disability, race, ethnicity, religion (or lack thereof), social status, physical appearance or body size. With this purpose a code of conduct, which participants will need to adhere to at the time of registration, and an anti-harassment policy will be established and implemented in all ICLEI global events.
These policies can be adapted for specific events, since some procedures may differ depending on the event’s nature (hybrid, in-person, virtual), size, or local context. Learn more about ICLEI global events’ anti-harassment policy here.
Any events hosted by an ICLEI partner may have their own code of conduct and anti-harassment policy, which all participants including moderators, speakers, and ICLEI staff involved in the organization might have to adhere to.
ICLEI events are a platform for meaningful dialogue and exchange about today’s sustainability challenges which help advance collective commitments and significant action towards local sustainability in cities, towns, and regions worldwide. Whether our events are hosted in person, virtually, or through a hybrid model, we aim to integrate sustainable, inclusive and equitable design wherever possible. An equitable event is intended to actively promote inclusion and participation. This involves ensuring physical and virtual access and accessibility to the event, diversity of topics and voices as well as an overall good quality experience for all. It also means being prepared to protect everyone who participates in the event against all forms of abuse, harassment, and discrimination. Learn more about ICLEI’s equitable events guidelines here.