- It is recommended that SSHAP and JHAP adopt the below practices.
- If adopted, it is recommended that SSHAP and JHAP note their adoption of these practices online and in print materials, and that they be made available on SSHAP’s website and on JHAP’s website.
- It is recommended that The Up Directory, Women in Philosophy, and Women in Logic be made available on SSHAP and JHAP webpages.
Good Practice Guidelines
To ensure representation of women on the executive committee, it is recommended that,
- the President, on the advisement of the committee, should ensure, before the end of their tenure, that a reasonable number of men and women should be nominated for executive board positions.
- if a gender balance fails to manifest, further measures should be adopted.
To ensure representation of women in conferences, it is recommended that,
- ensure a gender balance in our three keynote invitees over a three-year period. If an invited speaker cannot attend in one year, they should be invited in the following year,
- adopt the seminar chairing policy suggestions of the British Philosophical Association / SWIP Good Practice Scheme at future SSHAP meetings and include them in the welcome packet for all SSHAP meetings.
- gender balance in chairing sessions and panels should be sought.
- keynote speakers should be fully funded and advertised equally.
- childcare provisions, if available, should be advertised to all participants in advance of the meeting.
- childcare provisions should be sought by conference organizers.
- gender balance in executive committee meetings should be sought.
- where SSHAP raises funds for conferences and seminars, 1(a)-1(f) of the BPA/SWIP Good Practice recommendations should be followed.