Code of Conduct


Hackspace.gr - Clusters Code-of-Conduct:


Hackspace Greece (GRC) is a non-profit framework for building your own hackspace cluster. A community-run project where people come to share ideas, tools and knowledge. Facilitating a pleasant atmosphere for all clusters is a core aim of the Hackspace GRC organisers and as part of this effort you agree to be bound by the Hackspace GRC Code-of-Conduct.

Purpose of this Code-of-Conduct:

  • To ensure a constructive, inclusive, and pleasant atmosphere for all participants of the Hackspace GRC Clusters.
  • To ensure that all the people involved know what behaviour they have a right to expect from other participants, volunteers, team members and cluster leaders
  • To ensure that all participants know what kind of behaviour is expected of them whilst participating to Hackspace GRC Clusters

Respect for Others


Members of all Clusters will:
  • Treat the all Hackspace GRC Clusters members and participants with respect.
  • Respect the hackspace cluster physical space and the equipment. If you break something, you are expected to replace it.
  • Asking questions is what makes a hackspace an amazing opportunity to learn. However, you must respect people‚Äôs time and personal space, and do not bombard them with questions, allowing other people to have the opportunity to ask questions as well.
  • Treat all people fairly and equally.
  • Do not discriminate unlawfully against any person.
  • Allow others to express themselves and understand that not all people interact and learn the same way.

Cluster leaders reserve the right to determine what constitutes reasonable behaviour, give verbal warnings and have the right to restrict admission/participation to the cluster to any individual(s) that do not respect the code-of-conduct.

Equal Opportunities


All cluster leaders and participants:
  • Understand, respect and act at all times without prejudice to race, age, ethnic origins, disability, gender, physical and mental health, religion, sexuality or cultural background.
  • Understand that all forms of discrimination, including bullying and harassment are unacceptable.
  • Ensure that the environment is foul-language free, and it is a safe environment for children as well. Young children, should be supervised at all times, individually or as part of a group.

Reporting Incidents (zero-tolerance for being disrespectful & misconduct)


If you are having an issue with any Hackspace GRC Cluster member due to discriminative or inappropriate behaviour, you may report this to the Hackspace GRC by emailing. We will initiate our response process and take an official report while determining any next steps to be taken.