- Terms and conditions
Terms and conditions
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All references to 'Women In Prison' or 'WIP' mean Women In Prison Ltd.
If there is any conflict between these terms and conditions and specific terms appearing elsewhere on the websites relating to specific material then the latter shall prevail.
In developing the WIP website, every effort has been taken to ensure the information held on the site is accurate in the UK, legally correct and ethical at the time of appearance. Information contained on the WIP website is provided for information only we do not guarantee the accuracy, timeliness or completeness of the information and materials offered on this website for any particular purpose.
Although care has been taken in preparing the information contained on this website, the content provides only general information and must not be used as an alternative to professional advice. We recommend users seek professional advice where appropriate.
WIP reserves the right to change the content of the website, withdraw or amend any information, programmes or events at any time without liability.
So far as is permitted by law WIP accepts no liability for loss or damage, including personal injury, resulting from use of this website. While all reasonable efforts are made to ensure no malware or viruses are transmitted via our website, this cannot be guaranteed. WIP will not accept liability from damage caused by viruses and recommends that users safeguard their IT equipment before downloading information.
The content of this website is aimed at adults within the UK and other advice should be sought in other circumstances.
While WIP endeavours to ensure that this website is normally available 24 hours a day, it shall not be liable if for any reason the website is unavailable at any time or for any period.
If you believe the content of any pages to be inaccurate or out of date, please email email@example.com.
Hacking into this website for the purpose of adding to or altering the content of the website or sending unsolicited emails (spam), transmitting any offensive or illegal content, and interfering with the general working of the site is illegal and unethical.
Please obtain permission from us to include any links to our website. This can be requested by emailing WIP using the Contact us link below. WIP reserves the right to require links to be removed if we believe it is not in our interest.
We have provided links to other organisations for your convenience and to provide further information. This does not signify that we endorse the linked website(s) and we cannot guarantee or be responsible for their content or accessibility. Please read their privacy policies and terms and conditions.
Using our logos and information
The WIP logo, Prisoner Learning Alliance logo and other logos associated with WIP may not be used without WIP's prior written consent. Requests to use the WIP logo or other logos associated with WIP should be sent to Claire Cain
This website contains material which is owned by or licensed to WIP Copyright material includes, but is not limited to, information, publications, images, videos, and the design, layout and appearance of the website. Some information, materials or photos on our website may be the property of another copyright owner, used here with their permission, and WIP's downloadable leaflets, brochures and publications and our web pages can be printed, copied and used for private use, study or teaching purposes; however no modification may be made to the content. Content may not be used for commercial, public or any other purposes without WIP's prior written permission. No part of the Website may be reproduced or stored in any other website or included in any public or private electronic retrieval system or service without WIP's prior written permission.
Any disputes arising out of these terms and conditions will be governed by and interpreted in accordance with the laws of England and Wales (or the laws of Scotland or Northern Ireland if you live there). If you choose to bring proceedings in connection with the terms you must do so in the courts of England and Wales unless you live in Scotland or Northern Ireland, in which case you can choose to bring proceedings there.