Please complete this form to provide the Royal Commission into National Natural Disaster Arrangements with a royalty-free, non-exclusive licence to use the Material you are providing in whole or part.
For further enquiries, please contact the Royal Commission into National Natural Disaster Arrangements on 0436 943 411.
The conditions of this licence are as follows:
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The 2019-2020 Bushfire History Project is an initiative of the Royal Commission into the National Natural Disaster Arrangements. It is an opportunity for people to record their personal experience and share photos and videos taken during the 2019-2020 bushfires or the ongoing recovery. The material received by the Royal Commission will form part of the official records of the Royal Commission.
The Royal Commission invites people to:
The Commonwealth may use this material to develop its inquiries, as evidence before the Royal Commission or in the final report of the Royal Commission.
The Commonwealth may also use this material to remember, interpret and understand the community experience of the 2019-2020 bushfires through exhibitions, interpretation and dissemination.
The Commonwealth will seek to use copyright for any purpose supporting these functions, including, but not limited to, publication on a Commonwealth website such as the Royal Commission website, in marketing and promotional material, for exhibition design and catalogues.
The Commonwealth respects the Moral Rights of the author as defined in the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth). If you are not the sole author (for example, because copyright has been assigned to you by the author), please let the Commonwealth know in answer to Question 2 of this form.
“Licensor” means a party who has copyright rights in the Material or authority to grant a licence and is a signatory to this form.
“Material” means any item, material or document provided to the Commonwealth by a particular Copyright Owner.
“Moral Rights” means:
the right of attribution;
the right against false attribution;
and the right of integrity of authorship,
as defined in the Copyright Act 1968 as amended.
Copyright ownership can be shared in a number of instances, for example:
With shared or joint ownership, the permission of all copyright owners must be obtained.
Signing this form indemnifies the Commonwealth against any loss or damage arising from a breach of this warranty.
The Australian Copyright Council website:
(www.copyright.org.au) has relevant information. If further advice is required, we suggest that you seek legal advice.
This document reflects the complete understanding of the licence between the parties. This document may be varied in writing, as agreed by both parties.
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