The conditions of use of the www.roadtojustice.eu website are defined below. Viewing or using this site implies implicit acceptance on the part of the user of the following conditions of use.
Article 1 – Publisher of the website
The www.roadtojustice.eu website is published by Avocats Sans Frontières (ASF), a Belgian not-for-profit association registered in the Belgian Official Gazette of 14 May 1992 and situated at 72 rue de Namur, B-1000 Brussels, Belgium, tel.: +32 (0)2 223 36 54.
Executive Director: Francesca Boniotti.
The following suppliers have contributed to the development of the site, its graphical layout and the videos that are shared on it, selected following a call to tender issued in 2014 by Avocats Sans Frontières: Universal TV & Media Ltd., Local Voices ASBL, Tropica Media, Marina Colleoni.
Article 2 – Use of personal data collected on the website
The www.roadtojustice.eu website implements a number of processes using personal data for the purposes of ensuring the communication and exchange of information with internet users. These processes allow ASF:
- to answer written requests sent using the contact form;
- to send them a periodical newsletter;
- to assess the audience of the website (using Google Analytics).
The data collected are used exclusively by ASF and are not transmitted to third parties. In accordance with the provisions of the Belgian law of 8 December 1992 on the protection of privacy, as amended by the law of 11 December 1998, the user has the right to access his or her personal data. Any user wishing to assert this right is asked to send a written request to the address email@example.com. A response to this request will be given within seven days.
Article 3 – Cookies
The options to store your language preferences may require use of a persistent cookie (stored on your computer’s hard disk). These cookies are in no way designed to collect any personal data.
3.2 Session cookies used for statistical purposes
For reasons of the technology used by one of our suppliers, visiting our website creates a session cookie, when possible, for the purposes of statistical analysis and to measure the audience of the website. However, you can disable this cookie in your web browser’s settings.
Article 4 – Intellectual property
4.1 Website engine and templates
The www.roadtojustice.eu website is created with WordPress, a freely available content management system.
The templates used on the website are subject to legislation in force and protected by copyright and remain the exclusive property of ASF.
The content of the www.roadtojustice.eu website is subject to the legislation in force on copyright and is the exclusive property of ASF. Any reproduction and redistribution of all or part of this content is subject to the prior written and express permission of ASF.
Reproductions for commercial or advertising purposes will not be authorised, subject to exception.
All links to the home page or any other page of the www.roadtojustice.eu website can be freely created provided that they are not used for commercial or advertising purposes, on condition that the notice “on the Crossroads project website” appears.
This authorisation does not apply to websites that distribute information of an illegal, violent, pornographic or xenophobic nature.
Article 5 – Liability
The publishers and authors of the www.roadtojustice.eu website accept no liability for errors or omissions in the information provided or technical problems encountered on the site and on any other sites we may link to, or any interpretation of information published on these sites, as well as the consequences of their use.
This website has been produced with the assistance of the European Union. The contents of this website are the sole responsibility of ASF and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Union.
This website has been funded by UK aid from the UK government; however the views expressed do not necessarily reflect the UK government’s official policies.
Article 6 – Applicable law and disputes
The www.roadtojustice.eu website is subject to Belgian law and, in the event of disputes, only the courts of the district of Brussels have jurisdiction.