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Woodcraft Folk Privacy Policy

 

Introduction

As part of its activities Woodcraft Folk makes use of personal information about its members, employees, volunteers, donors, customers and others.

Behaviour Management Policy

Please find below Woodcraft Folk's Behaviour Management Policy approved by General Coucil December 2015.

Drugs, Alcohol, Tobacco and Intoxicating Substances Policy

Below is Woodcraft Folk's policy on the use of drugs, alcohol, tobacco and intoxicating substances at or during Woodcraft Folk activities.

Treasurer's Handbook

The current Treasurer's Handbook can be downloaded below.

Campaign Planning & Approval Process

This page sets out a simple process for agreeing formal organisational support of third-party campaigns, with three variants – ideal, minimum and emergency. It is designed for situations when we wish to endorse campaigns or campaign events organised by others and encourage participation and support by our members.

Complaints, Disciplinary and Appeals Policy and Procedure

Below is Woodcraft Folk's Disputes and Complaints Procedure for groups and districts. If you have any queries about this document, please contact the Woodcraft Folk office on 020 7703 4173 or info@woodcraft.org.uk.

Educational Resource Publications Policy

Below is Woodcraft Folk's Educational Resource Publications Policy. If you have any queries about this document, please contact the Woodcraft Folk office on 020 7703 4173 or info@woodcraft.org.uk.

Planning and supporting effective campaigning - new resource

Wednesday, 10 January 2018

2017 was a busy year for campaigning and it looks like 2018 will provide plenty of opportunities to make our voices heard on issues that matter to Woodcraft Folk. General Council has prepared a new resource to help members plan effective, inclusive campaigning activity and to clarify the process for Woodcraft Folk endorsing campaigns organised by others. 

You can view the resource or download a PDF version at https://woodcraft.org.uk/resources/campaign-planning-approval-process

Managing Behaviour

Managing behaviour - policy and resources page

To support groups with managing challenging behaviour, Woodcraft Folk has created various policies and sets of guidance.

Safeguarding Policy

Safeguarding our members is very important to Woodcraft Folk, and there are many useful documents to help us work safely and respond well to any concerns. Below are the policies that guide our safeguarding, and useful templates for local groups and Districts to implement good practice.

For further support you can also refer to the following policies: 

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