Social Media Policy


On social media, our followers can expect posts covering some or all of the following: 

  • Promotion of our programmes and upcoming application deadlines; 
  • Event information and live coverage of events; 
  • Important updates from the organisation; 
  • Retweets from trusted sources on current affairs that include, but are not limited to sustainability, migration, gender equality, global health, and international affairs; 
  • Alerts about the new content on our website, including STAND News articles; 
  • Retweets promoting activity from our participants or partners.

Replies and Direct Messages 

We welcome feedback from our followers and will try to join the conversation where possible and relevant. However, we may not be able to reply individually to all the messages we receive on social media. 

Hateful and Harmful Language 

We reserve the right to remove hateful, harmful or spam tweets, posts and comments from our channels. It also might result in followers being blocked and reported directly through the dedicated channels of the social media platform where the abuse took place.