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We make use only of free images and respect all licensing. The images used on the website are taken from sources of free /fair use images such as Wikimedia commons and other websites specifying a Creative Commons licensing. Attributions are given below. Let us know if you would rather be attributed differently.
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The Institute of Public Health, Bengaluru commits itself to open licensing options for all the work created by it, unless otherwise specified (See exceptions below). All the work including publications in any format, electronic or paper, multimedia and other material produced at the Institute are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 2.5 India.
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You are free:
To share – to copy, distribute and transmit the work in any manner convenient for you, and
To remix – to adapt the work
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With the understanding that:
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- the author’s moral rights; and
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Some of the work undertaken by IPH is bound under clauses and contracts of funding agencies or other partners. As much as possible, we advocate and encourage our funding agencies and partners to adopt any of the open licenses that encourage sharing of the outputs. In cases where it is not possible for them to adopt such a policy, the work under such a collaboration or project would be subject to the terms and conditions of the agreement between the Institute and the other party. The copyright requirements of such publications would be mentioned separately.