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Community Guidelines

Collective Act supports open and dynamic discussion where all are welcomed, regardless of background, experience, ability, or expertise. We ask everyone to follow our Community Guidelines below when contributing to our digital and physical spaces to ensure everyone feels welcome and comfortable. 


Community Guidelines

  • Be considerate and respectful of others and their experiences. No two Dreamachine experiences are the same and each one is valid, that is what makes it so fascinating. 
  • We encourage healthy discussion and sharing of ideas, but Dreamachine isn’t a place for political or religious debate.
  • Be conscious of what may be triggering or offensive language. 


Further support

Powerful feelings or memories can be part of the Dreamachine experience. We encourage anyone struggling to reach out to the organisations below for advice and/or support. 

At a Loss

At a Loss signpost bereaved people and those supporting them to appropriate services, information, helplines and resources. 

Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM)

CALM provides listening services, information and support for anyone who needs to talk, including a web chat.


Samaritans are open 24/7 for anyone who needs to talk. 

Victim Support

Provides emotional and practical support for people affected by crime and traumatic events.If you find yourself overwhelmed by any discussions or content, please consider contacting the organisations that are signposted below:


Removing content

We insist that all contributions are relevant, safe, and meet our community guidelines. To this end, we will remove any contributions that we deem unhelpful or irrelevant at our sole discretion.

We will remove any content that:

  • violates UK law. 
  • contains excessive swearing, especially if this is aimed at other community members. 
  • directly or indirectly attacks or discriminates against people based on their race, ethnicity, national origin, religious affiliation, sexual orientation, sex, gender, gender identity, or any disability or disease. Additionally, we will remove any posts that support, advocate or promote such discrimination.
  • incites violence or are offensive, defamatory or threatening to victims of attacks, catastrophes or crimes.
  • contains graphic sexual content, pornography and obscenity, especially regarding minors. 
  • conveys an inflammatory, misleading or misinformative message that we see as harmful to public health or safety, or an individual’s public standing. 



If you have questions or need support, or guidance we always aim to respond. If you see something that doesn’t seem right or makes you feel uncomfortable, please contact a member of the team at dreamachine@collectiveact.co.uk 


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