How To Reuse Our Content From RightsInfo - RightsInfo

Thanks for stopping by – we’re really glad you did. If you like you what you saw and want to share our inspiring human rights stories, we’ve got good news – you can!

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All of our articles and videos are free to republish using a Creative Commons BY-NC-ND 4.0 licence, and you can also use them in educational resources like lesson plans. This sounds like a lot of letters, but it’s actually pretty simple. Essentially, as long as you’re not making money out of our work, you’re able to republish it as long as you credit us and don’t change it in any way (more details incoming).

Looking to use our content for commercial purposes? We’ll most likely find a way to make it work, we just need to know what the deal is first, so just drop us a line on editorial@rightsinfo.org and we’ll sort something out.

Republishing Guidelines

If you’re looking to republish our work on your own website, great, but we do have a couple of guidelines to follow. We’re more than happy to answer any questions though, so just email us on editorial@rightsinfo.org if anything is unclear.

Any questions? Drop us a line on editorial@rightsinfo.org.

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