Event Terms and Conditions
In the Terms and Conditions of Registration, the following definitions apply:
‘The Event’ refers to the ‘Virtual Summer School’ being organised by the ECPR and held online between 2 – 20 August 2021.
‘Registrant’ refers to any person registered to attend the ‘Virtual Summer School’.
‘Key Personnel’ refers to any person, including Staff, Instructors, Teaching Assistants, Academic Convenors or Executive Committee members, employed, contracted or otherwise directed by the ECPR to deliver certain elements of the event.
‘Venue’ means to the digital event, held online.
Terms and Conditions
Upon receipt of registration, ECPR will email confirmation to the address in your My ECPR account. All registrants must pay the applicable fee in full immediately - as detailed on the website and invoice (downloadable from your My ECPR Account) and at the time of booking.
If payment is not received, ECPR reserves the right to cancel your registration. Fees are charged per course and all registrations must be paid in full prior to the event and before admittance to the event is permitted. ECPR reserves the right to refuse anyone access to the event at their discretion.
Payment can be made by credit/debit card or PayPal using the ECPR online payment system. ECPR uses PayPal as a merchant for card transactions, a PayPal account is not required to make payment; simply select ‘Check Out as a Guest’ or ‘Pay by card’ at the PayPal login page.
If you are in a country where PayPal is not available, or if you are having difficulty paying by card, please email the firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also pay by bank transfer. Please include the invoice number as the payment reference to ensure your registration is processed efficiently. Payments made by bank transfer may take up to five working days to process. You can access your invoices in My ECPR under My Invoices.
Conduct and behaviour
ECPR strives to ensure that all attendees can work and learn in an environment free from harassment or abuse. To this end, everyone is expected to adhere to ECPR’s Code of Conduct.
ECPR reserves the right to refuse anyone access to the event at their discretion.
ECPR reserves the right to investigate any breaches of the Code of Conduct and to take further actions, where required. Violations of the Code of Conduct can be reported in person or via our complaints procedure, in writing, to email@example.com.
Certificate of Attendance and ECTS Credits
Certificates of Attendance are issued only upon completion of at least 90% of the set course hours. ECTS Credits are issued only upon successful completion of the required work and in accordance with the credit scheme, as detailed on the ECPR website at the time of registration. ECPR and its Key Personnel reserve the right to withhold the issue of Certificates of Attendance or ECTS Credits.
Scheduling and programming
The programme may undergo last minute changes. ECPR will endeavour to keep all attendees informed of any cancellations or changes, where possible.
In line with the Office of Fair Trading and EU Distance Selling regulations, you are entitled to a seven-day cooling-off period, starting on the day that the ECPR receives your registration fee. During this period, you have the right to cancel and receive a full refund.
Cancellations/withdrawals after 5 July 2021 are NOT eligible for a refund.
Course changes are at the sole discretion of ECPR. If you have registered and paid but cannot attend the event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org immediately.
Recording of ECPR events
ECPR may record all events in the form of photography, filming and audio recording. ECPR may record interactions such as discussions in courses, workshops, roundtables and presentations.
ECPR may use this media on its websites, social media channels and print materials (reports, banner stands, posters, etc). Close-ups of a person or group of people may be used; ECPR cannot guarantee complete removal of personal identifiers such as name badges.
All media is held on a secure server and is not shared, sold or passed to third parties. If you do not want to be filmed or photographed during the event, please notify us immediately by emailing email@example.com.
ECPR will comply with all applicable data protection and privacy legislation in force from time to time in the UK including the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679; the Data Protection Act 2018; the Privacy and Electronic Communications Directive 2002/58/EC (as updated by Directive 2009/136/EC) and the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations 2003 (SI 2003/2426) as amended.
To register for an ECPR event, you must have an account in the ECPR user database, My ECPR. You can use this account to specify your research interests, and you may subscribe to one or more of our general mailing lists, from which you can opt out at any time.
Third parties are only permitted to use this data for the purpose intended and are required to securely and responsibly destroy end-of-life data.
Any comments, complaints or questions concerning the use of your personal information should be addressed by directing your comments to ECPR’s DPO at firstname.lastname@example.org; you may also contact the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO).
My ECPR account
Please log into your My ECPR regularly and check that all information, including your institutional affiliation, is correct and up-to-date. If you think you might have multiple My ECPR accounts associated with email addresses you no longer use, please email email@example.com.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org