Expected Behaviours

When engaging with The Community Independents Project website, activities and events:

Professional advice

Individuals should not act upon any information received in connection with The Community Independents Project website, social and events without seeking professional, legal or other specialist advice.

Respect privacy

Being part of The Community Independents Project requires mutual trust. Authentic, open discussions make groups great, but may also be sensitive and private. The Community Independents Project asks that individuals be careful about sharing confidential or sensitive information.

No promotions or spam

Self-promotion, spam and irrelevant links are not allowed on the website or social media or during The Community Independents Project events​.

Be kind and courteous

Treat everyone with respect. Debate is healthy, but kindness is required.

No hate speech or bullying

Bullying, of any kind, is not allowed and degrading comments about race, religion, culture, sexual orientation, gender or identity will not be tolerated.

‘Likes’ are not endorsements by the organisers

Views and opinions expressed on The Community Independents Project social media and during events, do not necessarily represent those of The Community Independents Project team and/or its committees and The Community Independents Project is not responsible for the accuracy or reliability of information posted.