Facebook group Rules sample

1) English is the lingua franca - please only post in English so that we all understand each others.

 Try your best to make your communication as accurate as possible and put some effort into correct spelling, punctuation etc. Don't worry: typos and mistakes will occur from time to time and are not a reason to make posters feel unwelcome.

2) Use the TEMPLATE, a model for posting requests and questions.

Template info:
Follow this instruction and don't forget to add pictures:
https://www.voluntouring.org/p/publish-announcement.html

3) Opportunities/volunteer requests must be FREE.

Exceptions can be made but please contact the admins first.

4) Use the SEARCH BAR

There is a ton of great information already in this group. To avoid duplicate threads, please use the search bar on the left side of the screen BEFORE asking for volunteering opportunities. If you find a v. opportunity or thread related to your question, please post follow up questions there.

5) Use the REPORT button function. 

If you see something that violates our community guidelines, please report the post using the 'report' function. Direct messages to moderators will not be responded to, nor will tags in comments. If you start a thread, you will always have the power to turn off comments, and delete the post

6) No Promotions or Spam

Self-promotion, Spam and irrelevant links aren't allowed.

7) Free Sharing and open source

All information, volunteer requests, opinions & comments relative to volunteering activities around the world might also be published in our free online platform, www.voluntouring.org
Don't share information that are private or sensitive to you.

8) No double-posting.

Please, don´t post your announcement more than once. Duplicate posts will be deleted.

If you want to edit or re-publish something, feel free to write the admins, or use our e-mail:
voluntouring.freelist@gmail.com

We are more than happy to promote your announcements and give them more visibility.

9) Be Kind - No hate speech or bullying

It's easy to explode in ranting and aggressive behaviour when comfortably hiding behind a screen and commenting anonimously. That is however cowardish.
Try to communicate with the people like if it was a real community, without offending anyone even if they have different points of view.

10) No fake profiles

We may remove members that comment under a false name or use fake accounts for whatever commercial or trolling purpose.


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