Accessibility and Inclusivity

We’re committed to creating an event that is accessible and inclusive

Accessibility and inclusivity are priorities in the WordPress community. We want WordCamp Europe to be an event where attendees feel welcome, comfortable, and included.

Following the example of other WordCamps, including WordCamp US and WordCamp London, we have listed some of our efforts to ensure that WordCamp Europe is accessible and inclusive to all on this page.

We’re always learning. If you know of a way we could make our event more accessible and inclusive, or if you have any other feedback or questions, then please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Code of Conduct

All WordCamp Europe attendees are expected to abide by our code of conduct. We encourage anyone who witnesses or is subject to inappropriate behaviour to report it to us via the form at the bottom of the code.

Speaker Selection Process

We followed a transparent speaker selection process in which diversity of speakers and topics was considered.

Venue Accessibility Information

We have organised more in-depth accessibility information about the conference venue here. In addition, we’re in the process of organising information about the after party venue – stay tuned. 🙂

Speech to Text Reporters (STTRs)

Live captioning will be provided for all presentations in the main conference tracks. This won’t be available at Contributor Day or in any of the sponsor workshops.


If you need to obtain a VISA in order to visit France then we will provide an invitation letter for your application. Please request the letter via this form.


Parents are welcome to bring their children to the conference at no extra cost and childcare will be provided across the conference’s two days. You can find more information and apply for childcare here.

If you can’t fly to Paris…

All sessions will be recorded and made available on (with video captions) after the event.