TrustCon 2022

SAVE THE DATE: September 27-28, 2022

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TrustCon is the first global conference dedicated to trust and safety professionals. At TSPA, our vision is to build a community of practice among trust and safety professionals and provide support as they do the incredibly challenging work of keeping our online communities safe. At this inaugural conference, we will create an enduring and supportive community; offer workshops and presentations that examine the challenging work of trust and safety; and explore successes, lessons learned, and the future ahead. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn from each other, hear from trust and safety thought leaders, and connect with peers from all over the world.

More details (including registration, call for proposals, exhibitor and sponsorship packages) will be coming soon! We hope to see you there!


What is the conference about?

TrustCon 2022 will be all about the work of trust and safety. We will have workshops and sessions focusing on the practice of trust and safety. We will have presentations on topics related to trust and safety, everything from global regulations to content moderator wellness and well-being. We will have discussions on how trust and safety impacts lives all over the world.

Who can attend the conference?

The focus of the conference will be on trust and safety and trust and safety professionals. However, anyone who’s interested in learning more can can attend.

How much does it cost?

Once we know, we’ll let you know! Registration will be available soon. Scholarships will also be available.

Where is the conference?

We will have an in-person component which will take place in Palo Alto, CA. A global virtual component will also take place during those two days online.

Can I present at the conference?

Absolutely! As soon as we get our call for proposals set up, we look forward to reading your proposal to present.

I have more questions.

Contact us if you have more questions, and we’d be happy to answer.