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The Digital Documentation and Research Centre (DDRC) at www.jugend-in-luxemburg.lu is an internet-based platform of the University of Luxembourg, on behalf of its Centre for Childhood and Youth Research within the Department of Social Sciences of the Faculty of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences (hereinafter “Uni.lu-CCY”).
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University of Luxembourg
Faculty of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences,
Department of Social Sciences
Center for Childhood and Youth Research (CCY)
Maison du Savoir
2, Avenue de l’Université
- Prof. Dr. Robin Samuel, Head of the Center for Childhood and Youth Research (CCY)
- Moritz Höpner, Research and Development Specialist at the CCY
- Christiane Meyers, Research and Development Specialist at the CCY
- Faculty of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences of the University of Luxembourg (FHSE)
- Ministry of Education, Children and Youth in Luxembourg (MENJE)
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As user, you accept that any access to the website or any use of the website shall be on your own responsibility.
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The website, together with the information and works that it contains (without limitation to texts, logos, images, photographs, documents, exhibition design and presentation, etc.), is protected by intellectual property laws and by copyright legislation in all countries.
As user, you undertake to respect these intellectual property regulations and the copyright usage restrictions provided with each document without prejudice to the rights and exceptions envisaged by any binding provisions of applicable law.
Content and works as available on this website are the exclusive property of the University of Luxembourg and/or of their authors or right holders.
Unless otherwise indicated for each specific work or content, all rights of reproduction, public communication, adaptation, distribution or rebroadcasting via the Internet, an intranet or any other digital or analogic means are strictly reserved in all countries.
In particular, you undertake not to remove or alter the copyright notice indicating the author or the source of a document, nor to circumvent the digital rights management protection of the works, such as restrictions on printing or downloading and visible or invisible watermarking.
The photographs and personal documents available on the website may also be subject to the exclusive rights held by the persons photographed or by the owners of the aforementioned documents, all use being consequently subject to their prior authorisation.
Any infringement may give rise to civil or criminal proceedings.
Requests for authorisation should be sent to the CCY at the address indicated hereafter, or to the authors or right-holders concerned.
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