This is an overview of the Drinkaware Social Media Community Guidelines.
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This is an overview of the Drinkaware Social Media Community Guidelines. It is, a set of guidelines for people engaging with Drinkaware online and on social media. This is relevant for anyone who posts on any of the Drinkaware social media platforms. This document includes
The definition of community for the purpose of this document is: “Online communities using social platforms. This can be an organised page, group or site that an audience engages with. It can also be an undefined but active follower base who are highly engaged with the content posted by a brand or organisation.”
As an independent alcohol education charity, Drinkaware’s social media pages are designed to provide evidence-based and engaging content to people who interact with us. We encourage anyone who participates in our social media communities to be honest, friendly and open, and it is important to us that our social media channels are a safe place for debate and conversation. We therefore reserve the right, to remove comments or discussion posts which stop this happening.
We use social media to provide information and support to reduce alcohol-related health harms in the UK, and to keep you, our audience, up to date with our work and opportunities to get involved in relevant conversations.
We ask people to follow the guidelines below when interacting on our social media channels:
To keep our social media communities useful and safe for everyone we reserve the right to remove content which:
Comments and content should also meet the general community guidelines of each individual social media channel when using their sites or apps to engage with Drinkaware content.
Members of the community interact with social media communities at their own risk, taking personal responsibility for your comments, posts and any information provided. People who are continually detrimental to others’ enjoyment of our pages risk being permanently banned.
We encourage members of our social media communities to flag/report any content that violates the platform’s terms and conditions.
Our social media channels are moderated all year round during working hours (9am-5pm, Monday to Friday except for bank holidays and the Christmas period.) If you have questions, need support, or need guidance, we will try to respond as quickly as we can. If you see something that doesn’t seem right or content that makes you feel uncomfortable, please feel free to get in touch and let us know on the email address below.
If you would like us to consider reposting your content on the Drinkaware social channels and other digital platforms, please tag us in your content using the hashtag #Drinkaware and tagging our handle @drinkaware.
Drinkaware welcomes all feedback so if you have any ideas or suggestions, please contact us via email: email@example.com.