The day has come! Looking forward to meeting you all. If you couldn’t make it to the unconference we will make our best at documenting the proceedings.
We will be tweeting using the hashtag #comicsunconf15. You don’t have to follow the hashtag “live”, we are archiving the tweets and you can follow and search the tweets tagged with #comicsunconf15 on our interactive archive, here.
The Queens Cross Housing Association (QCHA) is a community-based housing association; a not for profit organisation and recognised Scottish Charity (no.03634). Their community development services provide education, employment, life skills and social activities for people of all ages and backgrounds.
The QCHA is letting us use the Dundasvale Residents’ Hall to host the unconference for free in return for a donation of comics for their youth clubs.
We are asking all participants coming to the unconference to bring a comic (or even better, several!) that would be interesting to young persons aged between 5 and 18.
The comic or comics you donate don’t have to be new or from a particular genre or format as long as the books are age-appropriate; something from your own collection or that you made yourself would be very welcome.
Thanks very much in advance!
Photo CC BY Enokson via Flickr
Please note our Unconference Code of Conduct has been added as a menu tab on this site’s main navigation bar above.
Please take some time to read it carefully.
We expect all unconference participants to follow these rules at all unconference spaces and unconference-related social events.
Our code of conduct policy is based on the LIBER 2015 code of conduct, which is based on the example Conference anti-harassment Policy from the Geek Feminism wiki, created by the Ada Initiative and other volunteers. Our gratitude for their important work.