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Water Integrity photo competition
This photo competition seeks to explore the relationship between water and food, with a specific focus on integrity or corruption risks. We ask contestants to send us photographs that represent or conceptualise the damaging effect of corruption in water for food or that highlights transparency, integrity, participation and/or accountability to avoid corruption in water for food. All submitted photos must be associated to the issue of water for food or water and food security linked to integrity, which must be explained through the caption or a short description.
Contest Prize & TERMS
COPYRIGHT: By entering the competition, the entrant represents, acknowledges and warrants that the submitted photo is an original work created solely by the entrant and that no other party has any right, title, claim or interest in the photograph. USAGE RIGHTS: By entering the competition, the short-listed entrant grants permission to the Water Integrity Network (WIN) to use and reproduce their photos at any such time and for any such means as it desires, without any limitation on space, time-frame, language, quantity of copies and quantity of usage, by way of the media, formats and channels which it has approved including but not limited to: newspapers, internet, media in general, reports, books, posters, banners, in whichever venue, conference, seminar, national or international display, or by other materials and media of any nature, provided that the photos are correctly credited to their photographer (the entrant).
All entrants authorise the Water Integrity Network to use their image, name and personal details in photos and advertising spots and by whichever type of media and promotional material, for publicising the results of the competition.
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