Terms and Conditions
Given the online nature of the event, The Justice Conference registrations are final and not open to refunds. However, conference material will be available on-demand for a month after the event for those unable to attend the live stream.
Code of Conduct
Our event will present opportunities to learn, share knowledge and network. We believe the event should represent a safe, enjoyable and inclusive environment for all people. By registering for this event you agree to treat all people with respect, integrity and dignity, regardless of gender, race, religion, colour, national or ethnic origin, language, marital status, family status, birth, sexual orientation, age, disability, status, socio-economic background, caste, political or other opinion, HIV and AIDS status, physical appearance or lifestyle.
The range of attendees at The Justice Conference may include accompanied children. We take the safeguarding of Children (defined in Australia as anyone under the age of 18) extremely seriously. We consider the best interests of children as paramount, and promote a culture that ensures that children are listened to and treated with respect and that empowers children, their families and communities to be knowledgeable of their rights and avenues of redress. As an attendee you agree to:
- Not attempt to develop relationships with children that lack accountability.
- Seek to make contact (online or in person) and spend time with any child or young person outside the program times.
- Photograph or video a child without the consent of the child and his/her parent or guardian.
No one should be subject to any harassment, bullying or abuse. Any such behaviour will not be tolerated and we will take such action as we deem necessary to ensure it does not reoccur. This may include immediate removal from the virtual event and prohibited from attending future events held by The Justice Conference.
Imagery / Footage
By participating in this online event you acknowledge and agree to grant The Justice Conference the right to record, film, live stream, photograph or capture you in any media now available to distribute, broadcast, use or otherwise to disseminate, in perpetuity, such media without any further approval from you. This particularly applies to any audience members who elect to actively participate on-screen during Elective Sessions which will be recorded and available on-demand after the conference. This does not apply to any participation in the ‘Chat’ function.
The Justice Conference shall not be liable for any loss caused by the cancellation of the conference where such cancellation is due to Force Majeure. The organisers will use all reasonable efforts to conduct the conference despite the intervention or occurrence of any such cause.
In this clause, Force Majeure means circumstances which are beyond the reasonable control of The Justice Conference and which are reasonably likely to affect The Justice Conference’s successful delivery of the Event or would make it inadvisable, impracticable, illegal, impossible for a party to perform its obligations as originally contacted under this Agreement, including: fire, flood, earthquake, extreme adverse weather conditions, failure of electric power, gas, water or other utility service, collapsed building structures, widespread disease or other public health emergency, strike or other industrial action, the outbreak or declaration of was, act of terrorism, revolution or government orders or action (including the declaration of a State of Emergency).
If, as a result of Force Majeure, The Justice Conference cancels the Event/s, The Justice Conference shall use reasonable commercial endeavours to reschedule the Event.
If The Justice Conference is unable to reschedule the Event in accordance, The Justice Conference will issue you a non-transferable credit note for the amount of the Fee, which may be redeemed against any appropriate future Justice Conference events for a period of 12 months from date issued.
Without prejudice to its obligations The Justice Conference accepts no liability and will not be liable for any compensation where the performance of this obligations under this Agreement is affected by Force Majeure.
The Justice Conference Team
REFUGEE ROOTS COOKBOOK COMPETITION – TERMS AND CONDITIONS
By entering The Justice Conference’s Refugee Roots Cookbook competition you are agreeing to the terms and conditions outlined below.
1. By entering any competition run by The Justice Conference, you agree to be legally bound by both the general terms and any terms applicable to a specific competition.
2. The promoter of all competitions run through our media is Tearfund, registered Charity No.265464 (England & Wales) No.SC037624 (Scotland). Our company number is 994339 and our registered office is 100 Church Road, Teddington, TW11 8QE.
3. If you are concerned by the content of any of The Justice Conference’s competitions, please initially contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
About our competitions
4. This competition is not affiliated with Meta (Facebook or Instagram).
5. No purchase or payment is necessary in order to win the competition. You can submit an entry to this competition via the following means:
Commenting on the competition post on @justiceconf_uk or @RefugeeRoot’s Facebook or Instagram channel.
6. We cannot accept entries from anyone below the age of 13 (at the time of entry), in line with the Facebook and Instagram user requirements, unless accompanied by permission from a parent or guardian.
7. Two winners will be chosen at random using a random number generator. This decision is final. No correspondence will be entered into.
8. Employees of The Justice Conference, their family members or anyone connected with the competition may not enter the competition.
9. The competition will close on 4 July 2022 and The Justice Conference will notify the winner during the week of 4 July 2022, via Facebook or Instagram direct message (depending on the channel the user entered on). If a winner cannot be contacted or does not claim the prize within 14 days of notification, The Justice Conference reserves the right to withdraw the prize from a winner and pick a replacement winner.
10. The prize will be posted to a UK address only.
11. Prizes are non-exchangeable and there is no cash equivalent offered.
About you and your entry
12. Your entry must solely be your work and any photos or comments shared must not be derived from any other source.
13. You retain all rights to any work submitted for a competition.
14. We cannot accept entries from anyone below the age of 13 (at the time of entry), unless accompanied by permission from a parent or guardian.
15. By entering this competition, you give The Justice Conference permission to use your entry in future content. Where The Justice Conference seeks to use any photos you have shared, The Justice Conference will first seek your permission to do so.
16. Where winners are named this will be with your permission, and will only consist of your first name and surname along with your hometown or region.
17. If you are concerned about sharing these details, an assumed name can be agreed with The Justice Conference before publication.
18. Where your entry is a photograph or video, all persons featured (or their parent or guardian where a person featured is aged less than 18 years) must have given prior consent to the work before you submit it and you must be the owner of the copyright of images entered. The Justice Conference does not accept any liability for the publication of unlawfully reproduced images.
19. The Justice Conference does not offer any payment in exchange for publication of your original work.
20. The Justice Conference reserves the right to cancel or amend a competition and/or withdraw a prize and these terms and conditions at any time without being liable to a contestant or any other person.
21. Any changes to a competition will be notified to entrants as soon as possible by The Justice Conference.
22. No responsibility can be accepted for entries not received for whatever reason.
23. Any failure by The Justice Conference to enforce any of the terms and conditions will not give rise to any claims or rights of action by entrants or prize winners. This will not be deemed to be a waiver of our rights in relation to these terms.
24. The above General Terms (and Specific Terms) shall be construed in accordance with and governed by the laws of England and Wales and any disputes will be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England and Wales.