of CanadaCode of Conduct and Complaint Procedures The Educational Theatre Association of Canada (EdTA) is dedicated to providing a safe and productive experience at all sponsored events for all participants. EdTA does not tolerate discrimination or any form of unlawful harassment or abusive conduct, including but not limited to bullying, hazing, and harassment. The purpose of the EdTA Code of Conduct is to provide clarity regarding unacceptable conduct and, in the event of accusations of misconduct in connection with EdTA events, direction on procedures that shall be followed. EdTA is committed to enforcing this Code of Conduct at national, chapter, and local activities. The policies and procedures apply to situations that meet all of the following:
The alleged incident occurred during an EdTA-sponsored activity, including events, programs, meetings, or related activity, including electronic and in-person communications.
The accused is acting in their capacity on behalf of the EdTA (employee, volunteer, participant, delegate, etc) at the time of the incident(s.)
The alleged victim is acting in their capacity as a participant of an EdTA activity.
Please take time to review the EdTA Code of Conduct and Complaint Policy. You may wish to download a copy for reference. Members may submit formal complaints using the Incident Complaint form linked below.