Copyright & Privacy

Copyright

The texts on this website, such as the abstracts and editorial information, are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License.

Save the Children owns the rights to all images, unless otherwise indicated.

Some of the publications in the digital library are covered by the Creative Commons License and are accordingly marked with a Creative Commons symbol. However, please note that this does not cover all publications and that Save the Children does not own the copyright for all publications and can therefore not grant reproduction permission through Creative Commons License.

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Privacy Policy

User confidence is a priority of Save the Children Sweden. In line with the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), we protect your data and privacy when accessing the Resource Centre and any other Save the Children Sweden-administered websites. Our guiding principles are simple. We are transparent about with data we collect and why. We aim to protect your data in the best way possible.

Our privacy policy describes which data we collect, why we collect it, how you can control your data, and how you can contact us. The policy applies in all contexts: when you visit our website, use any of its services, interact with us on social media, or get in touch with us through email or an app.

To read our full privacy agreement, please click here.

Published 2016-02-05