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      Laura SkillenLaura Skillen
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      How to use these forums
      To use these forums, log into your IMI profile. You can then navigate to the desired forum and start or reply to a topic as desired. You can include links to videos, documents etc. You can subscribe to particular topics or forums, and this will mean you get an email alert when somebody comments or starts a new topic in those forums. Your forum subscriptions, posts, and replies all appear on your profile under ‘Forums’.

      Rules governing these forums
      Firstly, a reminder that IMI’s Terms of Use apply, and inappropriate behaviour can lead to unilateral removal of your IMI profile by IMI. You should familiarise yourself with these terms, and particularly with the ‘user guidelines’. In brief, be polite, constructive, and respectful when commenting, sharing, or engaging with posts, content, other users, IMI staff or volunteers; do not self-promote or spam, and do not post copyrighted material without permission. Advertisements, e.g. for mediation services or training, are not permitted.

      How can I have a new forum set up?
      To request set-up of an additional forum around a taskforce, initiative, legislation etc, please email IMI with the following information:

      1. What the subject of the forum will be
      2. Who the intended audience is
      3. Who should have access to read or post
      4. The expected ‘duration’ of the forum, if applicable

      Lastly, if you need to contact IMI, please do so via our contact page or via emailing us directly at [email protected]. These forums are provided as a resource for collaboration and sharing knowledge, and are not necessarily monitored.

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