Les Entretiens de Royaumont give participants the opportunity to exchange ideas, share information and express themselves in a spirit of mutual respect. Les Entretiens de Royaumont are a space of freedom. However, rules of good conduct apply.
Participants in les Entretiens de Royaumont, whether they are speakers or members of the audience, undertake not to defame, threaten, or express any insulting, illicit, discriminatory, or inciting to hatred or violence on the grounds of race, ethnicity, or religion, or contrary to good morals, nor to violate the rights of others, such as the right to privacy, the right to one’s own image and the right to human dignity.
Participants in the Talks agree to abide by the Chatham House Rule, which states that they are free to share what they say, provided that they do not reveal the identity or affiliation of the people from whom they come. The aim is to encourage the sharing of free speech by high-level speakers.
Les Entretiens de Royaumont are a place of expression and freedom. They offer a forum and an audience of very high quality and diversity, but they never control the words expressed, which are therefore the sole responsibility of the author.