Social Media Policy
The Pagan Collective of Victoria may choose to engage in social media such as:
The Pagan Collective of Victoria seeks to encourage information and link-sharing
amongst its membership and volunteers, and seeks to utilise the expertise
volunteers in generating appropriate social media content.
At the same time, social media posts should be in keeping with the image The
Pagan Collective of Victoria wishes to present to the public, and posts made
through its social media channels should not damage the organisation’s
reputation in any way.
Due to the fast-moving nature of social media and the constant development of
new social media programs, it is important that this policy and its procedures be
reviewed at regular intervals.
The Pagan Collective of Victoria’s social media use shall be consistent with the
following core values:
• Integrity: The Pagan Collective of Victoria will not knowingly post incorrect,
defamatory or misleading information about its own work, the work of other
organisations, or individuals. In addition, it will post in accordance with the
• Professionalism: The Pagan Collective of Victoria’s social media represents the
organisation as a whole and should seek to maintain a professional friendly and
uniform tone. Volunteers may, from time to time and as appropriate, post on
behalf of The Pagan Collective of Victoria using its online profiles, but the
impression should remain one of a singular organisation rather than a group of
• Information Sharing: The Pagan Collective of Victoria encourages the sharing
and reposting of online information that is relevant, appropriate to its aims, and of
interest to its members.
The Pagan Collective of Victoria should seek to grow its social media base and use this
to engage with existing and potential members. At the same time, a professional
balance must be struck which avoids placing the organisation’s reputation at risk.