Legal Notice and Terms and Conditions of Use:
This website contains general information about Arts & Disability Ireland and about our services. The materials contained on (and the publications provided within) this are not intended to provide, and do not constitute or comprise, advice on any particular matter and are provided for general information purposes only. You should not act or refrain from acting on the basis of any material contained on (or publications provided within) this website, without seeking appropriate professional advice.
Your use of this Website is subject to these terms and conditions of use. By using this Website you agree to be bound by these terms and conditions.
Hypertext or other links to this website are prohibited without the consent of Arts & Disability Ireland. If you wish to provide a link to this website, you should notify us by email and give details of the URL(s) of the page(s) with links to our website and the URL(s) of the page(s) to which you wish to link on our website. You can email us via the Contact Us section of this website
This website is available without any representations or warranties of any kind, either express of implied. Arts & Disability Ireland no representations, warranties or undertakings about any of the Materials or any content of or information on any other website referred to or accessed by hypertext link or otherwise through this website (“third party site”). Arts & Disability Ireland do not endorse or approve the content of any third party site, nor will Arts & Disability Ireland have any liability in connection with any third party site.
Limitation of Liability
To the fullest extent permitted by applicable law, neither Arts & Disability Ireland nor any partners, associates, consultants, employees, affiliates or other representatives thereof will be liable for loss or damage arising out of or in connection with your use of the Materials or any facilities or services offered through this website (including, but not limited to, indirect or consequential loss or damages, loss of data, income, profit or opportunity, loss of or damage to property and claims of third parties) even if Arts & Disability Ireland has been advised of the possibility of such loss or damages or such loss or damages were reasonably foreseeable.
Data Protection and Privacy Statement
Arts & Disability Ireland respects your right to privacy. Visitors are advised that each time they visit a Website two general levels of information about their visit can be retained. The first level comprises statistical and other analytical information collected on an aggregate and non-individual specific basis of all browsers who visit the site. The second is information which is personal or particular to a specific visitor who knowingly chooses to provide that information.
The statistical and analytical information provides general and not individually specific information about the number of people who visit this website; the number of people who return to this site; the pages that they visit; where they were before they came to this site and the page in the site at which they exited. This information helps us monitor traffic on our website so that we can manage the site’s capacity and efficiency. It also helps us to understand which parts of this site are most popular and generally to assess user behaviour and characteristics in order to measure interest in and use of the various areas of the site.
Through this Website you may have an opportunity to send us information, such as through the “contact us” pages or any other area where you may send e-mails or provide feedback. By choosing to participate in these, you will be providing us with some level of personal information relating to you. This information will only be used by Arts & Disability Ireland for (i) the purposes for which it was provided by you; (ii) verification purposes and statistical analysis; and (iii) marketing and administration purposes.
This legal notice and terms and conditions of use and all issues regarding this Website shall be governed by the laws of Ireland.