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Code of Conduct

Passionate about creating a safe space where the authentic clubbing experience is lived at its best.

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We are committed to fostering an environment where all members of the music community are treated with dignity and respect, and where they are afforded equal access to all opportunities, regardless of their background. 


Therefore, people of all ages, genders, socioeconomic backgrounds, sexual orientations, abilities, and faiths should have equal access to Burger Disco Club resources. 


Building communities and bringing attention to marginalized artists and groups thus encouraging and amplifying their vision towards a better understanding of all life's kingdoms and the world as one, is central to BDC's mission.


BDC maintains a zero-tolerance policy towards all forms of favoritism, insulting language, discrimination, abuse, marginalization, and background-based biases and prejudices, including but not limited to sexual orientation, gender identity, socioeconomic status, caste, disability, and age. Sexism, racism, colorism, homophobia, biphobia, interphobia, and transphobia are all unacceptable forms of prejudice; as are hostility, antisemitism, Islamophobia, fascism, age discrimination, and ableism, in addition to other forms of intersectional and other forms of discrimination.


Moreover, BDC strictly prohibits any form of violence, abuse, or harassment—whether verbal, physical, sexual, or otherwise—directed at its members, attendees, guests, partners, or staff. 


BDC retains the authority to revoke service and impose access restrictions on any individuals or entities that violate the Code of Conduct. We recognize that this Code of Conduct is a work in progress, enhanced by the constructive dialogue and enjoyment of all parties involved.



At BDC events and in the course of everyday business, the Awareness Team is available to attendees in order to hear them out, comprehend their situations, and offer advice while maintaining their anonymity at all times. 


The person who is seeking advice can make a request to the Awareness Team to consult about possible measures that could be taken in response to their situation. 


The BDC is in charge of carrying out these steps. 


People who see, experience, or are affected by discrimination as described in the Code of Conduct can use the service. 


We appreciate your help and invite all listeners, guests, partners, club members, and staff to notify the Awareness Team of any suspicious activity leading to exclusion or discrimination. 

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