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Use of social media

CCEW has published draft guidance on the use of social media by charities. The guidance notes that charities are increasingly making use of social media to promote the work that they do, engage their supporters and campaign for change. It also acknowledges the role social media has with members of the public to engage with or debate the work that charities do.

The draft guidance highlights the importance of trustees being aware of how the charity utilises social media, especially where day-to-day operation of social media is being delegated, and of the risks that it can bring. It encourages charities to develop and adopt policy in this area and demonstrates how the trustees’ existing duties are relevant to a charity’s use of social media.

The consultation period for this draft guidance has already ended and CCEW are currently considering responses before issuing the final version of this guidance. Draft guidance: charities use of social media

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