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- Keep up to date on what’s going on
- See photos from our latest events
- Watch our cool Youtube vids
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We also have the My story section where you can write your own story of what you’ve been up to complete with images and videos
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It’s super important to us that our website and facebook are friendly and safe for everyone.
So, please keep this stuff in mind when you’re posting feedback, stories, articles or information. Please don’t post anything that:
- Uses language or express ideas that are harmful, threatening, abusive, harassing, defamatory or obscene
- Is racially, sexually, ethnically or otherwise objectionable
- Makes a personal attack at a named individual – feel free to question opinions or ideas, just not people
- Is illegal
- Is deemed to be spam
- Makes any false claim to represent a person or organisation
While we try to publish all information we receive, sometimes we won’t be able to include absolutely everything (especially if it’s outside of guidelines above!) and we don’t respond to every submission individually. While we aim to publish as much information that is submitted as we can, submitting your feedback, article or information does not guarantee its publication on the site. Information submitted on this site is assessed for its relevance, validity and appropriateness for the site. (Phew – sounds heavy, but we know you guys will get it!)
EDITORIAL POLICY: The information provided on this site is posted at the discretion of The Cube and its Editorial Team. The site publishes articles, feedback and information that we believe to be of value, relevance and interest to young people. This is driven by the feedback we receive from young people and the content that young people contribute to the site.
All views and opinions contained in articles or information do not necessarily reflect the opinions of The Cube.