Respect For The Individual
Respect for the Individual
The Ski Club of Ireland is an amateur not-for-profit sports club founded to develop the sport of skiing and snowboarding in Ireland. It does this mainly by running a ski slope facility at Kilternan, Co. Dublin, which is now recognised as the National Snowsports Centre for Ireland.
Members of the Ski Club operate the Kilternan facility on a voluntary basis and are dedicated to introducing and promoting the joys of wintersports to people of all ages and backgrounds.
The ski slopes are open to all, and it is not necessary to be a member of the Ski Club to enjoy the facility at Kilternan.
Members of the Ski Club, in their dealings with members of the public, users of the facility or with each other, treat people with respect and at all times recognise the dignity of the individual.
The Ski Club abhors all discrimination, whether of race, national origin, colour, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, or social background. The Club adheres to all State legislation and guidelines connected with the Protection of Children. Bullying in all its forms (verbal, physical, social, written, or through social media, etc.) is not permitted and, if it occurs, is dealt with firmly.
In the pursuit of its objective to develop wintersports in Ireland, the Ski Club strives to be a friendly, harmonious and progressive club. Its members do not practice or condone the dissemination of rumours or untruths, making of unfair criticisms, the abuse, intimidation, harassment or belittlement of others, the formation of cliques and all divisive or unconstructive behaviour.