Terms of Reference
- To provide a safe space for reporting incidents that violate PKP’s Community Code of Conduct confidentially.
- To provide guidance to managers who are dealing with reports, in order to encourage fair, appropriate, transparent, and consistent practices.
- To offer an open communication channel for those who submit an incident through the report form.
- The Committee will be composed of 2 PKP staff members and 1 PKP community member.
- Committee members should be diverse (for example, gender, racialized identity, and ability)
- PKP Directors cannot be on the Committee.
- Members must be willing and able to evaluate incidents objectively and compassionately. This means staying up-to-date on issues related to Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion, and being committed to ongoing learning to further develop their understanding and approaches to these issues.
- Members must have a full understanding of the Code of Conduct and internal guidelines for responding to incidents.
As needed, when there is an incident reported that requires follow-up.
- Alex Mendonça (SciELO)
- Lynn Zhang (PKP)
- Roger Gillis (PKP)