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Let’s keep it civil
Keep your comments within the scope of the topic under discussion. Malicious comments or those intended to offend will be removed. Profanity will not be accepted.
Character attacks or references to authors’ personality will not be accepted. Keep it on topic, please.
Let’s be safe
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This isn’t the right way to contact our bloggers
As well as providing news and updates, this blog is a space for discussion and comment on The Road Less Travelled and the issues faced by the communities the project works with. It cannot be used to make direct requests to our bloggers, for example, for funding, employment or personal meetings. Any such requests will not be published. The only exception is a request for more information or clarification.
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You are legally responsible for what you write. By submitting a comment you undertake to indemnify The Road Less Travelled project against any liability arising from breach of confidentiality or copyright, or any obscene, defamatory, seditious, blasphemous or other actionable statement you may make.
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Spamming will not be tolerated.
Information about locating and sharing knowledge and expertise is welcomed, but only if it is within the specific discussion area provided.
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