RSY-Netzer strives to run programmes which are fun, educational and fulfilling, and which encourage young people to take responsibility for themselves, their words and actions. As a general rule, we very rarely have problems on our events, but nevertheless operate the following strict code of conduct to ensure that no individual or group damages the experience of others.
Participants are expected to:
Participants can expect to:
In the event that a programme participant is found engaged in illegal activity or any thing deemed particularly serious or dangerous by RSY-Netzer staff; they will immediately be in touch with their parents. The participant will be sent home at their families own cost.
Being sent home from an RSY-Netzer event will affect your chances of being accepted onto future programmes.
PLEASE MAKE SURE THAT YOU OR A RELATIVE/FRIEND IS ABLE TO MAKE ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE PARTICIPANT IN THE UNLIKELY EVENT THAT THEY ARE SENT HOME.
If any participant feels that they have been the subject of unfair treatment by any member of staff or voluntary leader, they have the right to submit a formal letter of complaint to the Director of Youth, Students & Young Adults. Any complaints will be dealt with seriously and promptly. In the event that you are not satisfied with the response, you may pursue your complaint with the Chief Executive or Chair of the Board of The Movement for Reform Judaism. Love your neighbour as yourself - וְאָהַבְתָּ לְרֵעֲךָ כָּמוֹךָRSY-Netzer is committed to listening to all concerns and complaints; however, we will not continue conversations with anyone who communicates with us inappropriately, in an intimidating or threatening way by phone, email, on social media, or in person.
CODE OF CONDUCT DECLARATION
I have read the RSY-Netzer Code of Conduct and agree to abide by the terms outlined in it. I understand that any participant caught in breach of the Code of Conduct may be sent home, and I have made necessary contingency plans should this eventuality occur.
We take your privacy seriously and will only use your personal information, and that of your child/ren, for the purposes of the Choref Reunion (by phone or email). Your information will be stored on the Reform Judaism database and it will be shared within our organisation to those staff with authorised access. Your information will not be shared with any other organisation outside our own.
After the Reunion (and throughout the year), we would like to keep in contact with you, and your child/ren, and send you details of other RSY-Netzer events (including, but not limited to, Choref (winter events), Shemesh (summer camp) and Israel Tour). This might be by phone or email. If at any point you wish for your data to be removed from our database, you may request so. For any inquiries about personal data, please contact Alyson Joseph at email@example.com or call 020 8349 5666.
We may take photos of participants on our events for future publicity and social media. We operate an ‘Opt-in’ System whereby if you agree, we may publish photos of our events for publicity etc.
I have filled out this form to the best of my knowledge and will update RSY-Netzer with any changes to the participants informatuion provided on the form.
I am aware that if for any reason this event is unable to go ahead, I will be given at least 2 days notice and a full refund will be recieved within 10 working days.