The main goal of the RoSE Network is to provide everyone a space to share their opinions and ideas on topics within statistics education. We pledge to make this a community that is free from the risk of harassment, bullying, victimisation, and exclusion based on personal characteristics, protected characteristics, or otherwise.
In addition to the guidelines listed below, we as network leaders endeavour to uphold the Network’s values:
Welcoming all members equally, and allowing everyone the same opportunities to discuss topics and present research, regardless of personal or protected characteristics, identities, and backgrounds.
We believe that everyone should be able to participate in RoSE activities and we will actively and consciously strive to ensure that happens. We don’t just want to leave the door open. We want to find you wherever you are and walk through the door together. We welcome feedback on how we can best do that for you.
We advocate for the openness and transparency of all RoSE operations. We strive to adhere to open science practices wherever appropriate and practical. When relevant to the Network membership, we will also be open about leadership discussions and decisions, including any formal investigations that have taken place.
We will treat our members with compassion and respect and expect our members to do the same. We will investigate any reports of unacceptable behaviour submitted by Network members.
The integrity of the Network will be upheld by adhering to our core values, through our words and actions at virtual and physical network events and online spaces, and by listening and actioning the comments and suggestions of Network members.