Code of Behaviour
Be kind: No judgmental attitudes, hate speech or bullying. Negative, hurtful or offensive comments will not be tolerated. We work to encourage each other. The group should be a safe space for members to express themselves.
Respect others: Respect the different opinions of everyone in the group and listen. Healthy debates are natural, but kindness is required. Keep discussions to the appropriate, designated time for discussion. Follow the instructions of the leader(s).
Respect privacy: No taking photos, videos or voice recordings of the group. Do not tag other people in photos or posts on social media without their permission.
Be honest: Make a leader aware if you are feeling uncomfortable due to a person or topic being discussed. If you need a break do not be afraid to ask.
Be careful: Being part of this group requires mutual trust. Discussions make groups great, but may also be sensitive and private. The group forum is not a suitable place for anyone taking part to disclose that they themselves or someone they know is at risk of abuse. Should anyone have a safeguarding concern please contact Family Carers Ireland’s DLP Padraig McGrath at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Respect confidentiality and do not gossip: if you are telling a story about someone, ask yourself, “Is this my story to tell?” Do not talk about other people without permission: this includes your family members. Always respect confidentiality: what is said in the group, stays in the group, unless there is a safeguarding concern.
Breach of the Code: Any young person who breaks the rules or acts inappropriately while in the group, parents / guardians will be contacted to collect them.
Attendance Log: I acknowledge that an attendance log will be retained by Family Carers Ireland in accordance with Safeguarding Policies and Procedures.
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