Terms & Conditions
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1. Inclusive Peace
Inclusive Peace, the operator and publisher of www.inclusivepeace.org, is a Swiss association with registered office at 14b Av. Giuseppe Motta, 1202 Geneva, Switzerland and registered under company number CHE-366.977.111 with the Geneva commercial register.
2. Your use of this website and its content
You are free to browse the website without registering with Inclusive Peace. You are required to register only to receive Inclusive Peace’s newsletter.
By accessing this website, you are agreeing to use Inclusive Peace’s resources and publications in accordance with their license terms. Also, you agree to use the website only for lawful purposes.
3. Exclusion of liability
Inclusive Peace declines all responsibility for the contents of its website.
Specifically, but not exhaustively, Inclusive Peace assumes no liability for the topicality, correctness, completeness, or quality of the information provided. Liability claims against the author relating to material or immaterial damage caused by the use or non-use of the information provided, or by the use of incorrect or incomplete information, are excluded.
All offers are subject to change and non-binding. Inclusive Peace expressly reserves the right to change, supplement or delete parts of the pages or the entire offer without prior notice, or to discontinue publication temporarily or permanently.
4. References, third-parties links and software
The website may contain links to websites or software not owned or operated by Inclusive Peace.
Despite careful content control, no liability is assumed for the content of external links. When you access an external link, you do so at your own risk. The operators of linked pages are solely responsible for their contents.
You might need to download and activate certain software (e.g., acrobat reader or similar) in order to use certain content made available on Inclusive Peace’s website. Inclusive Peace has no responsibility or control over such third-party software.
5. Copyright and trademark protection
All the content on InclusivePeace’s website (e.g., videos, images) is either owned by InclusivePeace or others who have licensed that content to us. It is protected by international copyright and other intellectual property laws.
All trademarks reproduced in this website, which are not the property of, or licensed to Inclusive Peace, are acknowledged on the website.
You are free to use the content, resources, and publications created by Inclusive Peace and made available through this website, but not any other aspect of it (e.g., images, graphics, or logos) provided that, cumulatively,
• you only make non-commercial use of the text;
• you credit the original author;
• keep intact all and any copyright and proprietary notices; and
• if you make the text available on the internet, you display a link from the website hosting the text to www.inclusivepeace.org.
Please note, however, that this website includes several documents written by third parties (which include an acknowledgement of the source) and reproduced here with the permission of the same. All rights to these documents remain reserved, and permission to reproduce these documents must be sought from the relevant owner.
You may also share any content capable of being shared on InclusivePeace’s website, by using the share functionality.
If any part of the Terms and Conditions are found to be null and void, the remaining provisions of the Terms and Conditions shall continue to bind the parties thereto.
7. Modifications and effectiveness
Inclusive Peace reserves the right to change these Terms and Conditions at any time, effective upon posting.
The present version is effective since 29 April 2021.
8. Applicable law and place of jurisdiction
The Terms and Conditions are governed by Swiss law. The courts of Geneva shall have jurisdiction over any dispute arising under the Terms and Conditions.