Editor –Publication Manager
The website www.peace-sport.org is operated by Peace and Sport, L’Organisation de la Paix par la Sport, registered at the CCSS in the Principality of Monaco, under the number 16521/913 and with headquarters located at 24 Avenue de Fontvieille, Bloc B, 98000 Monaco.
Editorial responsibility – Production
The Communication Department is in charge of the editorial content.
Access to the website
The user of the website www.peace-sport.org must have all the necessary ability and means to access and use the website. Users of the website must respect the legislation regarding the French law relating to Information Technology, Files and Civil Liberties, any breach of which may be punished as a criminal offence. They shall, in particular, abstain from any data collection regarding the personal information to which they have access, fraudulent use and in general, any act that could harm people’s private lives or reputations.
Intellectual Property Rights
The information published on the website www.peace-sport.org is the property of Peace and Sport. Any copy or partial cannot be done without the agreement of the Organization. Furthermore all content of the website, and the website itself, is protected by copyright, trademark law, patent law and all other laws recognized by the legislation in force, which you undertake to abide by.
The content belongs to Peace and Sport or is used with the agreement of a third-party authorizing Peace and Sport to use it. The elements can only be used for private, personal and non-commercial purposes. Furthermore, the content must be used in accordance with the elements reproduced. Integrity of all duplicated documents must be respected (changes and falsifications are not allowed). Any use for any purpose other than those described herein is subject to prior written agreement by Peace and Sport.
French and international legislation on copyright and intellectual property apply to the entire site. All reproduction rights are reserved, including those for downloadable documents, iconographic and photographic representations. The reproduction in full or in part of this site on any other medium is prohibited without the express permission of Peace and Sport.
Any re-use of material contained on the site www.peace-sport.org is authorized under the following three conditions:
- The distribution must be free of charge: you may not use this work for commercial purposes;
- Document integrity must be respected: no modifications or changes of any kind are allowed;
- All reproductions must feature the copyright mention: “This document originates from the Peace and Sport website: https://www.peace-sport.org. Reproduction rights are reserved and strictly limited”. The Peace and Sport website address must appear in the reference.
Users are warned that the information must be used for strictly professional purposes only and downloading screen shots in order to constitute or enrich a database is contrary to French law and therefore forbidden, as is its use for commercial or advertising purposes. Users are responsible for formulating questions and the interpretation and use they make of the results. Users are informed that their use of the results should not infringe on current legislation or the recommendations of the French Data Protection Authority (CNIL) with respect to personal data.
Protection of personal data
In accordance with Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free circulation of such data, implemented on 25 May 2018, you have the right to access, rectify, modify and delete any personal information that you may send to Peace and Sport for the use of certain services. You can exercise this right by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Peace and Sport is committed to preserve the confidentiality of information provided online by the user and not to disclose it to third parties.
This website www.peace-sport.org may provide links or references to third-party websites. The site may contain links to other websites. Because Peace and Sport does not control these websites, it cannot be held responsible for enabling the User to access them and shall not be responsible for their content, advertising, products, services or any other material available on or from these websites.
Furthermore, Peace and Sport reserves the right to accept a hyperlink on this web site at any time and at its full and complete discretion.
Any public or private website is authorized, with no previous authorization, to set up a link to the website www.peace-sport.org. However, pages from the site cannot be overlapping pages of another site but must be accessible through the opening of a window
The introduction of hypertext links to third–party pages or documents available on the Peace and Sport server, which may constitute a breach of copyright, ‘free-riding’ or defamation, must have Peace and Sport’s express permission, which can be requested directly from the server administrator or the specific department in question.
This will be granted if the links do not violate the interests of Peace and Sport, and they guarantee that the user is able to identify that the document originates from Peace and Sport of in the case of deep linking, framing or insertion via links.
Publication – Updates
The documents published on this website www.peace-sport.org may have been revised or modified between publication and download. We therefore recommend that you check their validity.
Peace and Sport supplies the users of the website www.peace-sport.org with information which is currently available and has been checked out, but the organization declines all responsibility for the unavailability of any information. We would be grateful if users of the website would bring our attention to any omissions, errors or corrections by sending an email to email@example.com
- Law 78-17 of 6th January 1978 covering Information Technology, Data Files and Civil Liberties
- CNIL decision n° 81-94 of 21st July, 1981 adopting a recommendation relative to general measures of computer system security
- Law 88-19 of 5th January 1988 on computer fraud, referred to as the Godfrain Law