Terms & Conditions
The Young People's Geographies website is owned and controlled by the Geographical Association, 160 Solly Street, Sheffield S1 4BF www.geography.org.uk.
Unless otherwise specified the copyright in the contents of all the pages in this website are owned by or licensed to the Geographical Association (GA).
No part of the materials contained on this site may be reproduced, distributed, displayed, published or broadcast without the prior written permission of the authors or website management team. However, teachers in primary and secondary schools and colleges and higher education institutions may download the content for their own personal or their institution’s non-commercial use.
The Geographical Association will not collect any information from you except that required for processing your enquiries. All personal account information is private and can only be accessed by the website administrator. We will not pass your personal information on to any third parties.
Liability for content
The information on this site is provided on an ‘as is’ basis and the Geographical Association cannot guarantee its accuracy. The GA shall have no responsibility or liability with respect to any loss or damage arising from the information or the use of information contained on these pages or on pages linked to from this website (see ‘Disclaimer on links’ below).
Disclaimer on links
The Geographical Association provides links from this website to the sites of other organisations or institutions for informational purposes only. The links in no way imply any endorsement of views portrayed by those sites.
The Young People's Geographies website includes material prepared by other individuals or organisations. The opinions expressed in material written by third parties are their own and the GA does not necessarily agree with the opinions expressed in such material.
The GA believes that it has a duty to act on behalf of its membership in an ethically responsible manner. This Policy is the guide for fulfilling this mandate and we will endeavour to ensure that it is applied in all areas of our operation.
This ethically responsible approach is applied to the core GA activities associated with furthering the study and teaching of geography, which fall into the three main categories of:
- All other membership related activities
- Management and administration of the Association’s affairs.
This policy, endorsed by Council on 29 November 2003, equally applies to those organisations in which the GA invests or deals with as a supplier, partner or sponsor. The full policy can be downloaded here.