Drupal Diversity & Inclusion, an independent working group within the Drupal community, is holding our second Drupal Diversity & Inclusion (DDI) camp! Our aim is to bring new voices and important topics together into a relaxed and fun virtual conference.
This event exists to center and elevate marginalized voices in the Drupal & web community. We want to hear about what you want to talk about!
Speakers will receive free admission to the camp and a small stipend as a thank you for their work!
We want to know what’s important to the marginalized people in our community: People of color, women, LGBTQIA2S+ folx, religious minorities, people from the Global South, neurodivergent or disabled techies, and many others we couldn’t begin to name. Whether you’re a site builder, content creator, developer, designer, or any other kind of person in the Drupal world, we’d love to hear from you.
That’s you - what have you experienced? What has your experience in Drupal, tech, or the wider world been like? Teach us something! This isn’t a traditional Drupal Camp - we aren’t looking for any specific topics. Rather, we are looking to elevate marginalized speakers. Talks could cover all kinds of topics, including:
We don’t require any prior speaking experience, though if you have some, we’d love to know about it. You don’t need to be a part of the Drupal community to participate.
We are planning to have 30 minute talks, delivered on Zoom. That time will include any Q&A, should you choose to include it - it’s not required. We’ll also have a Slack channel for the event so that any questions can be answered there, and we can have a “hallway track” during the event.
We would also love to receive submissions which touch on the four themes for the DDI's Vision for 2022:
All participants will be expected to abide by the DrupalCon Event Code of Conduct, which can be found here: https://events.drupal.org/code-conduct
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