“We need to talk” – but how?
We want to know what you think about law and the rule of law. Because democracy and the rule of law thrive on discussion – this is the founding idea behind the Law Forum Foundation. Our social media presence serves two purposes:
On the one hand we provide information about our work and projects as well as about the law and the rule of law in general.
On the other hand, we want to hear your opinion and feedback, and offer a space for debate. The best way to get your opinions and attitudes across to us and other users is to….
…. to make a clear, short and recognisable statement that is your own. Brevity is the spice of life!
…. be transparent about your sources. Where did it say that?
…. refrain from personal attacks or strongly emotional language. Take it easy.
We look forward to your contributions and hope that you will treat each other in a respectful, constructive and dialogue-oriented manner. We reserve the right to delete comments, postings and links that run counter to this, violate applicable law and/or do not contribute to a fruitful debate. This includes in particular:
threats, stalking and the publication of personal data of third parties.
statements that are personally offensive, discriminatory or disparaging to others, particularly in relation to their (assumed) religious background, gender, nationality or origin, as well as appearance, sexual orientation or disabilities.
‘Spam’ – by this we mean comments that have no discernible connection with the post itself, serve primarily to promote or refer to our own products and platforms, or are congruent with previous comments.
Social networks are constantly evolving. Thus, we would like to point out that this netiquette will also evolve as a result of discussions among our editorial team and our users.
Do you have any questions, criticism or suggestions? Your feedback on our work is important to us. Feel free to contact us through the chat functions of the various social networks or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.