Making an event accessible means to facilitate a space in which everyone can feel safe and welcome, without fear of being harrassed, ridiculed, or invalidated. In this post, we will take a closer look at how handling people’s names and gender pronouns can contribute to an inclusive atmosphere, using our registration forms and name badges as an example.
Names, pronouns, and official requirements
We care about calling people by their preferred* names and pronouns (she/he/they/etc.) because doing so signifies respect for people’s identities and their choices in relation to those identities. Continue reading