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Non-Binary in Tech is a free one-day event. It focuses on highlighting the amazing work of people who identify partly or solely outside of the gender binary in the technology industry—this includes designers, developers, artists and engineers (and plenty more awesome folks!).
NBiT aims to be an accessible event that is comfortable for everyone to attend. It will feature talks, panels and networking. The event is open to everyone! If that sounds interesting to you or you think you’d benefit from tagging along, we would love to see you!
The venue for the event is the lower floor of the Ian Gulland Lecture Theatre in Goldsmiths, University of London. The building is fully wheelchair accessible and has a gender neutral bathroom. The closest train stations are New Cross Gate and New Cross, we do not recommend bringing a car as it is hard to find parking in the area.
NBiT would not be possible with the generous support by these sponsors!
Will be released soon!
What does "Non-Binary" mean?Non-binary describes something is not binary—it is neither of two available options. In our case, it means that we are neither men nor women. Some non-binary people feel like they sit somewhere in the middle between male and female, while others are completely outside this spectrum. Here are some external resources to educate yourself further!
I’m not non-binary myself, could we still hang out?This event is open to all. Regardless of gender identity, feel free to tag along, especially if you haven’t been to a non-binary-run event before! Please make sure to read our Code of Conduct to know what is and is not cool to do during the event. See you in July!
Do you offer travel scholarships?We sure do! If you cannot comfortably afford to attend NBiT, you can go ahead and apply for a travel scholarship here.
Is there a Code of Conduct?Absolutely! Feel free to check it out here. To attend our event, you have to agree to it. During the event, it will be enforced. The baseline is: Don’t make people uncomfortable. On the day you can always approach one of our volunteers to raise an issue or concern.
I have an accessibility requirement that hasn’t been addressed yet!Sure thing! Please email us to so we can make this event work for you.
Could I and/or my company sponsor this event?That’s awesome, thank you so much! Please drop us a line to get the ball rolling.
Please feel free to contact us via email: [email protected]!