We invite you to come to EAT Stockholm Food Forum in a spirit of curiosity, open-mindedness and respect. We want all our events to offer a positive, inclusive, collaborative and safe environment for all participants to connect, learn and innovate with an aim of creating a healthier, more sustainable and equitable global food system.

All participants, including speakers, vendors, exhibitors, sponsors, volunteers and staff, at EAT Stockholm Food Forum and related events are required to agree with the following code of conduct.

EAT is dedicated to providing a harassment-free event experience for everyone regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, race, ethnicity, or religion (or lack thereof) etc.,without this list being considered exhaustive. We do not tolerate harassment of participants in any form.

Expected behavior

  • Be considerate: approach your interactions with thoughtfulness and care.
  • Be respectful: disagreement is not an excuse for poor manners.
  • Refrain: from demeaning, discriminatory, or harassing behavior, materials, and speech


If you see, overhear or experience a violation of this code during the event, please contact EAT’s Project Manager Amanda Gran at +47 90560611.

If you would like to report a violation after the convening, you may email EAT’s HR representative (eva@eatforum.org) and EAT’s Project Manager (amanda@eatforum.org) with copy to EAT’s Head of Engagement (iain@eatforum.org). All incidents reported are handled with discretion and confidentiality. The conditions for reporting an issue are that you do so in good faith and are completely honest about what you know or suspect.


Based on reports provided, EAT retains the right to enforce this code throughout the event. Participants asked to stop any harassing behavior are expected to comply immediately. Violation of this code may result in sanctions or being expelled from the event without a refund at the discretion of EAT.

Photo and Video Disclaimer

We have photographers and a videographer capturing the event. By attending you agree to be photographed or recorded, and agree that EAT will be the sole copyright owner of such media.

We attempt to respect each participant’s preferences for privacy. To be excluded from media shared publicly after the event, please let us know when picking up your name badge at the Forum if you for any reason would rather not be photographed or filmed. Tools will be provided to ensure your privacy.


This Code of Conduct is the product of EAT’s values and shared convictions that we bring to our professional and personal conduct. We remain committed to creating and nurturing a positive and collaborative community for food systems transformation, and thank our participants and partners for sharing our commitment.