Conduct & Disclaimer

Agreement DocumentCODE OF CONDUCT ..

Use of our online services (which include any member facilities, our news blog article comments, where activated), are strictly governed by our code of conduct.

Users should not post articles/comments that have no relation to the subject matter of this website.

The posting of anything that may be offensive on the grounds of ethnicity, disability, sex, religion or culture is not permitted.

Users should avoid uploading images (where such facility is provided) which are likely to cause offence. Where users exchange views, we would ask that exchanges on topical issues are not hostile – disagree agreeably!

We reserve the absolute right to block access to our services of any users that are in breach of this code of conduct.


CATALYST 4 CHANGE has taken all reasonable measures to ensure that the contents of this website are accurate. It should nonetheless be noted that visitors who use this website and rely on any information contained within it (particularly that of third parties), do so at their own risk.

Not all content or advertisements within the site will necessarily represent the views of CATALYST 4 CHANGE unless stated, and we cannot always guarantee that the information on this website is accurate, complete or up-to-date.

CATALYST 4 CHANGE will not accept liability for any loss, damage or inconvenience arising as a consequence of use or the inability to use any information on this website, unless this was clearly due to incorrect written advice regarding our services, or advice or guidance given verbally by an official member of the CATALYST 4 CHANGE team.

We take no responsibility for the content of websites we supply links to (other than our own subsidiaries), nor should our links be taken as endorsement of any kind unless otherwise stated.

We endeavour to ensure that this website does not knowingly infringe copyright law or abuse the intellectual or protected materials of third parties. A common legal defence to infringement is allowed under certain circumstances. (Find out more information on the ‘Fair Use Law’).



We have taken all steps within our means to ensure that this website broadly complies with W3C standards and with The Equality Act ensuring that people with disabilities will be able to use the site and have the same access to its content and resources as any other visitors.

This is an ongoing area of development that CATALYST 4 CHANGE will be committed to indefinitely on all its Internet-based platforms.