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Terms & conditions

Social Media Policy

A black and white photo portrait of the artist Henry Moore, taken in 1986 it shows Moore as a very elderly man. He is seated with a warm blanket over his lap, while working on a sketch in his sketchbook.

Introduction

We use our social media accounts to create engaging social media content, promote our activities and inspire our audience to get involved with our events and activities whilst being accessible and approachable.

Opinions expressed by our followers and contributors are their own and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Henry Moore Foundation, its trustees, employees volunteers, or associates. We kindly ask our social media community to respect the guidelines detailed in this policy.

Availability

The Henry Moore Foundation’s  social media accounts are regularly monitored Monday to Friday (excluding bank holidays), 9:00–17:00. Although we will attempt to monitor and moderate our social media pages within this period, we cannot guarantee we will be able to respond to any posts, messages or comments immediately.

If you have an enquiry that is more urgent, please send us an email at press@Henry-moore.org.

Interacting with us

 

Privacy

We ask our followers to safeguard their personal information. Please do not include any personal identifying details, such as your email address, phone number or date of birth in comments or posts.

 

Respect

We welcome conversation and debate on our social media pages. However, we expect social media users to be tolerant and respectful of all people. We will remove any posts which contain abusive, offensive, defamatory, discriminatory or unlawful text, images or videos from our social media. We retain the right to hide or remove such offensive comments and block accounts that post them.

 

Relevance

We welcome discussion, but please do not post spam or repeat your message on multiple unconnected posts.

 

Self-promotion

We will remove any links, messages, images or text on our social media used to advertise individuals or businesses unless they have been agreed in advance. Users repeatedly posting such content may be blocked.

Accuracy of information

We will attempt to ensure that any information we post on our social media is correct at the time of publishing. Although we may post links to other organisations, we are not responsible for the accuracy of other organisations or businesses. Retweeting does not count as an endorsement.

Intellectual Property

Please do not post any copyrighted material on our social media pages without permission to do so from the copyright holder. This includes branded text, graphics, images or video.

If you believe that we have used your intellectual property in a way that is not permitted by UK and international intellectual property law, or you would like to object to our use of photography that depicts yourself or a family member, please contact us by emailing press@henry-moore.org.

Where to follow us

We are active on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, LinkedIn and Pinterest.

You can find links to our social media platforms in the footer of our website.