Permission release

THE SWEDISH INSTITUTE , PERMISSION RELEASE

THE SWEDISH INSTITUTE will be recording all the activities at the Kids Hack The Crisis event to be held [23/10-25/10 2020] (the “Event”).


This release (the “Release”) will serve as an additional agreement for your Childs participation at the Event, on top of our general terms and conditions accessible in this sign-up form.


In consideration for the platform provided to you, you grant THE SWEDISH INSTITUTE and UNICEF Sweden the right to record, stream, film and photograph your Childs participation at the Event (the “Event video”) and to distribute, broadcast, edit, translate (as discussed below) or otherwise disseminate it, without any further approval from you, in whole or in part, throughout the world, in perpetuity, in any and all media now known or hereafter developed. This grant to the SWEDISH INSTITUTE and UNICEF Sweden includes, but is not limited to, the right to use the Event video either alone or together with supporting information, such as photograph, likeness and biographical data of your Child(s) (collectively, “Supporting Information”).


Examples of permitted uses of the Event video and Supporting Information include displaying the Event video on the a YouTube channel owned by THE SWEDISH INSTITUE and/or UNICEF as well as on websites owned by THE SWEDISH INSTITUTE and/or UNICEF; broadcasting the Event video on television; and distributing the Event video on mobile phones, films, and other video distribution channels, such as iTunes.


THE SWEDISH INSTITUTE and UNICEF Sweden encourages intelligent public debate around each video. Accordingly, the Event video may be distributed under a “Creative Commons” license, which allows it to be re-published in non-commercial, non-derivative works, as long as appropriate credit is given and the Event video is not edited or distorted. By signing this Release, you acknowledge and agree that you do not object to the distribution of the Event video by the SWEDISH INSTITUTE or UNCIEF Sweden under a Creative Commons license.


In addition, you understand and agree that: (i) THE SWEDISH INSTITUTE or UNICEF Sweden is not obligated to use the Event video or Supporting Information in any way; (ii) you won’t receive any form of payment in connection with the use of the Event video and/or Supporting Information; and (iii) you may not revoke the rights granted in this Release.

This Release contains the entire understanding between you and THE SWEDISH INSTITUTE and UNICEF Sweden, regarding the Event video and/or Supporting Information and may not be modified except in a writing signed by both of us.

This Release shall be exclusively governed by Swedish law without regard to choice-of-law principles. Any dispute concerning the Event video and/or Supporting Information, or arising out of or relating to this Release, shall be resolved in the courts of Sweden with Stockholm District Court as court of first instance.