House Rules

In order to use Leeds for Change blog you must agree to the following House Rules:

  • You will not post any material which is knowingly false and/or defamatory, inaccurate, abusive, vulgar, hateful, harassing, obscene, profane, sexually oriented, threatening, invasive of a person’s privacy, or which otherwise breaches any law
  • Advertisements, chain letters, pyramid schemes, and solicitations constitute inappropriate use of the website
  • The copyright of any copyrighted material is owned by you
    You will not post anything technically harmful – including viruses, Trojan horses, worms etc.

  • You are solely responsible for the content of your profile and any posts you submit, and you indemnify Leeds for Change in respect of any costs, expenses, losses, damages, or claims arising out of your use of this website
  • If you become a member of Leeds for Change, you will provide accurate and valid registration details and keep them up to date
  • You also agree that you will maintain the security of your password, that you will be responsible for all use of your account, and that you will notify Leeds for Change immediately of any breach of security or unauthorized use of your account.
  • You will not publish personal contact details such as phone numbers, postal or email addresses for anyone other than yourself, and then only if you are over 18
  • You will not post anything considered “spam”, that is posts containing the same, or similar, content posted multiple times
  • Your contributions will stay on topic
  • Leeds for Change reserves the right to reveal your identity (or whatever information we have) in the event of a complaint or legal action arising from any of your posts. By contributing to this website, you consent to your post being altered, edited, or adapted in any way we see fit.

It is the responsibility of the Leeds for Change community to ensure that these rules are followed. Any registered user of the site can report content that they believe to contravene these rules. Once reported, the content will be taken offline.

If the owner of that content wishes to appeal this decision, they can make a request to the Independent Appeal Committee who will use its sole discretion to decide whether a blog post breaks these rules. If a submitted blog post is deemed to break these rules, Leeds for Change will reject the post.

Be a Leeds for Change blogger!

Talking, writing, learning and reflecting are all essential parts of most social change movements. There is a lot we can learn from one another – and you don’t have to be an English graduate to do it! Just 100 words about an event you ran or went along to would be great.

You can use the Leeds for Change blog to:

  • spark action on something important to you
  • share experience of making change in Leeds
  • share knowledge or ask questions
  • write about an event you ran or attended
  • test campaign or project ideas

We have a growing team of bloggers who will write and contribute. If you’d like to join them and write an article, please do! Get in touch to find out more.