Writing Through Child Protection Policy
As an organization working with children, Writing Through is committed to a strict Child Protection Policy to ensure that children participating in its projects are not exposed toabuse, exploitation, violence or neglect. The guidelines in this Child Protection Policy protect both the child from abuse and adults from unfounded allegations.
Writing Through Social Media Policy
Social media is an important way of communicating Writing Through’s message to our students, NGO partners,
volunteers, donors and the wider community. Personal opinions from those known to work for or volunteer with Writing
Through have the potential to influence the way in which Writing Through is seen, and so we need to have clear guidelines
about the way in which our team should talk about Writing Through and its NGO partners, both professionally and in their
This policy deals with the use of all forms of social media, including Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Google+, Wikipedia,
Instagram, Tumblr, YouTube and all other social networking sites, internet postings and blogs. It applies to the use of social
media for business purposes as well as personal use that may affect our activities in any way.
Writing Through Anti-Racism Statement
At Writing Through, we have always worked to amplify the voices of the marginalized and oppressed. Everyone deserves to be heard. Our mission has always been to help encourage all people to know that they do, indeed, have a voice, and we help give them the tools to understand their thinking and express their thoughts.
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