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Celbridge GAA Club Juvenile Code of Behavior 

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Celbridge GAA Club Adult Code of Conduct 

 

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Our Games Our Code

Code of Best Practice in Youth Sport  when working with underage players

 

The publication by the Gaelic Athletic Association, Ladies Gaelic Football Association, the Camogie Association, GAA Handball Ireland and the Rounders Council of Ireland of Our Games – Our Code, the Joint Code of Best Practice in Youth Sport, is indeed a momentous occasion for all who work with underage players and vulnerable adults in our respective Associations.

This Code brings together the collective good practice experiences of our Associations while also recognising the legislative, organisational and statutory guidance that governs our work with young people and children. Our Games – Our Code will assist us in supporting and directing our members and all units of our Associations in our work with underage teams in a coordinated and developmental manner.

 

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GAA Social Media Policies & Guidelines

The world of social and digital media is an enjoyable and engaging place. As a GAA official, volunteer, player or member, you will often encounter this world. This document has been put together to help, educate and guide those who use social media in an official GAA capacity. The benefits for the GAA are vast when used in a responsible manner and in compliance with the guidelines and policies.

 

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GAA Social Media Setup Guide

 The GAA's online presence is made up of a network of individuals, operating websites and social media channels at club and county levels. For this reason, a common set of GAA Social Media Guidelines and Policies have been put in place so that all units within the Association are working in unison as one GAA family.

To complement these guidelines, this setup guide has been produced to assist units in best practice when setting up on social networks. It is by no means an exhaustive guide; as the number of social networks continues to grow, the guide will be revised and updated regularly to help us all in the GAA. 

 

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