The Safe AGU program was designed to promote safety and offer support to meeting attendees who may feel harassed, threatened or unsafe in any way when participating in AGU meetings. Volunteers and staff at AGU events wearing Safe AGU buttons have been trained to assist those who experience unsafe or inappropriate behavior at Fall Meeting.
To make a report, please refer to their website.
AGU Ethics and Equity Center: The AGU Ethics and Equity Center provides resources to educate, promote and ensure responsible scientific conduct and establish tools, practices and data for organizations to foster a positive work climate in science.
Free Legal Consultation: Students, postdocs and untenured faculty who are members of AGU and experiencing harassment, bullying, discrimination, retaliation or other misconduct (as defined in the AGU Scientific Integrity and Professional Ethics policy) can receive legal advice at no cost.
External to AGU: In addition, the National Science Foundation has developed a reporting strategy for filing a complaint against a current PI.
DEI dashboard: recently released by AGU this tool will be used to track diversity statistics.
DEI Workshops organized by AGU can be found here.