At the UK Beatbox Championships, our top priority is to create a safe and inclusive space for all attendees, participants, artists, staff, and everyone involved. We believe that everyone should be able to enjoy the event and the online environment without ever feeling threatened or uncomfortable.
If anyone experiences any form of harassment, discrimination, or inappropriate behaviour, we take it very seriously. Our team is dedicated to addressing and resolving such issues promptly and effectively.
We have implemented a comprehensive code of conduct that applies to all individuals attending or participating in the UK Beatbox Championships. This code of conduct ensures that everyone is aware of the expected behaviour and the consequences for violating these rules.
By creating a safe and inclusive environment, we understand this is key to encouraging more diverse individuals to participate in the UK Beatbox Championships, knowing that their well-being is our utmost priority.
Who does this apply to?
This Code of Conduct applies to (and not limited to) all UKBC staff, all crew, performers, artists, participants, judges and audience members/members of the public.
Where does this apply?
This Code of Conduct applies for all UK Beatbox Championships events and also online while engaging with UKBC content, livestreams, socials (Public and DMs) and any email or correspondence.
To produce an inclusive, safe and positive environment and space which is free of any hate, harassment and discrimination and where everyone is treated equally. We have created this code of conduct and ask anyone attending or engaging with UK Beatbox Championships to please read, acknowledge and recognise the information below.
What we do
*This code does not supersede an individual’s right to pursue a police report and/or investigation or seek legal counsel. To the extent that there is any inconsistency between the law and this policy, the law shall prevail.