LNAACT has multiple social media platforms including (but not limited to) Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn and YouTube. The main pages are run, monitored and maintained by the Communications and Marketing team with input from other key departments and the charity’s senior leadership team.
The main charity pages are generally monitored from 8 am to 5 pm, Monday to Friday, except on public holidays. Our social media platforms are used to raise awareness of the charity and the work it does, recognise the work of our volunteers and share the successes of those who fundraise for LNAACT.
Across all platforms, LNAACT reserves the right to remove comments if they are offensive or deemed to violate the LNAACT social media policy.
We may remove your comment if:
- You have used offensive language
- You have made defamatory comments about someone employed by or associated with the charity, or about the charity itself
- You have posted the same message repeatedly (spamming). In this circumstance, if your comment does not violate other social media guidelines, one comment or reply will remain on the page
- Your comments could be perceived to be threatening or abusive
What constitutes as offensive language?
A message, post, or comment which includes:
- Content which is grossly offensive
- Any language that incites violence
- Derogatory language about a person’s appearance
Pre-election period (Purdah)
Please do not use any of our pages, profiles, or social media platforms to promote party political messages or other content. We will remove any comments that may be seen to compromise our obligation to maintain political neutrality.
Blocking, unfollowing, or muting on social media
If an individual continually (on multiple occasions) violates the above specified social media guidelines the LNAACT reserves the right to block their account indefinitely.