Terms and Conditions

General Terms and Conditions

By submitting an event here, you acknowledge that your event will:
• Take place during Social Sciences Week (SSW) 2018 in Australia
• Feature social science
• Be primarily aimed at a non-academic audience
• Fit with the aims of the Social Sciences Week

As a participant of the SSW 2018, you agree to:
• Submit your event by the required deadline for it to be included in any print/online promotion
• Display the SSW logo on all promotional materials and collaterals (including online), and correspondence relating to the event
• Notify the SSW team of any changes to the date/time/venue as soon as they arise
• Accept that the information provided will be reviewed and may be re-written for marketing purposes
• Use the SSW hashtag #SSW2018 when promoting your event on social media

By submitting your event, you confirm you have read and understood the guidelines.

Failure to comply with the terms and conditions may result in the automatic rejection of the current and any future applications.

Copyright

This website and all its content are subject to copyright. Unless stated otherwise, all material on this web site is the copyright of the SSW. All text and images associated with events listed on this website are owned by the relevant event holder.

You may download, display, print and reproduce this material in unaltered form only for your personal/organisational non-commercial use with appropriate acknowledgement.

Privacy

The information you supply to register your event (including your name, state or territory, contact phone number, email address) will only be used to submit events to the SSW event program/diary. SSW will only record your e-mail address if you send us a message. It will only be used for the purpose for which you provide it, and will not be added to a mailing list (such as newsletters) unless you request that this be done. SSW will not share it, or pass it on to anyone else.

Social media

We encourage you to engage with SSW’s social media channels and contribute to discussions.

We have a zero-tolerance policy towards discrimination. We require that you respect others and their opinions. Comments that are offensive, obscene, vulgar, and defamatory or depict illegal/sensitive/violent material will not be tolerated. Stalking, trolling and any sort of harassment/abusive behaviour will not be accepted. We will remove any offending content and block contributors who do not respect the community engagement guidelines.

Material in breach of copyright and/or intellectual property rights will also be removed.

Disclaimer

The accuracy of the event listings on this website and any related promotional material depends solely upon the information provided by event organisers. While we take due care to list correct information, all listings are subject to change and we advise that you reconfirm details before making bookings.

Links provided to other websites are provided for your convenience and do not constitute endorsement of the information included on those sites. The views expressed by individuals on our social media platforms do not reflect the opinions of SSW.

SSW will not assume any liability for any physical injury or financial loss arising as a result of use or reliance on any information or materials on this web site. Event organisers are responsible for organising their own event/public liability insurance.

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