Watershed Policies

These policies detail the principles that underpin how we work with audiences, artists and staff.

Each policy contains contact details if you have any specific feedback or questions.

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This complaints policy is for applicants to or participants in Watershed’s creative projects and details Watershed's structured process for handling complaints.

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We welcome feedback about our fundraising approach and practices, positive and/or negative, and are committed to maintaining positive relationships with our supporters.

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Watershed is a registered charity and we utilise our building and public spaces to fundraise for our charitable activities. We commit to high fundraising standards and believe that it is important that all our fundraising activities are clear, open, honest, respectful and legal.

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Watershed is a registered charity which undertakes fundraising activities to meet our charitable objectives. Our mission is to develop cultural engagement, imagination, and talent. We commit to high fundraising standards and believe that it is important that all our fundraising activities are clear, open, honest, respectful, and legal.

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Watershed strives to be inclusive, it is one of our key organisational values and is understood as both a social responsibility and a creative imperative.

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How Watershed protects your personal information, what information we request from you and how we collect and processes your information.

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This additional privacy policy covers how we use your personal data (or your child’s if they are under 18 years of age) when taking part in any workshops or projects working with Young People, run by Watershed.

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How use personal information within the recruitment process to allow us to manage the recruitment process, assess applicant’s suitability for the role they are applying for, confirm a candidate's suitability for employment and decide who to hire.

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Protecting children, young people and adults at risk who engage with Watershed activities the overarching principles that guide our approach to safeguarding.

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This policy communicates Watershed’s commitment to an ethical, values-driven approach across all aspects of our business.