Frontline 50 terms and conditions
The Frontline 50 (the “Awards”) are administered by the Frontline Organisation (“Frontline”, “we”, or “our”).
- The Awards are open to undergraduate students currently enrolled in any UK University.
- The eligibility period for entries is stated on the criteria for each category.
- Persons completing entries commit that they are authorised to do so and agree to be bound by, and comply with, these Terms and Conditions
- The deadline for award entries is 11:59 on 19 December 2021. Award entries must be submitted online. Frontline reserves the right to cancel those entries (including supporting documentation) not received in full by the deadline.
- Award entries are free for all submissions.
- 6. Entries may be withdrawn at the discretion of the submitter
- Submissions who have made the Frontline 50 will be announced on 31 January and will be notified by email on the same day. Voting and panel decisions on the top 10 in the Frontline 50 will take place 31 January – 11 February. The top 10 will be announced on 23 February. The top 10 of the Frontline 50 Awards will be notified by Frontline by email, no later than 18 February. Of these top 10 5 will be chosen by public vote and 5 by the judges. Frontline reserves the right to amend the above dates if necessary.
- Descriptions of the winner’s submissions and those on the shortlist will be published in connection with the Awards; by entering, you agree to reasonable use of your name, image and contents of your submission in promotional material and news reporting.
- Winning entries will be displayed on Frontline websites and social media accounts; and as conditions of entry and/or acceptance of any award a licence is granted to Frontline for these purposes.
- Information supplied as part of entries will be treated as confidential and only used for the purposes of the Awards.
- Judges have the right to determine the standard of an Award and to withhold an Award in any category if, in their view, entries are not of sufficient merit.
- The judges’ decisions are final, and no judge will enter into conversation or correspondence about decisions that have been made.
- These Terms and Conditions, constitute the entire agreement of the parties. In entering into this agreement, the parties have not relied on, and shall have no remedy in respect of, any statement, representation, warranty, understanding, promise or assurance (whether negligently or innocently made) of any person other than as expressly set out in this agreement.
- To the full extent allowed by law and insofar as it is reasonable to do so, entrants to the Awards agree not to hold Frontline liable for any damage or loss suffered or incurred in connection with entering the Awards, including consequential (i.e. losses which are not incurred as a direct consequence of the Award leading to any claim) or indirect losses or loss of profit, through entering the Awards, alteration of the Awards schedule, cancellation of the Awards, or any error or omission on the part of Frontline. This provision does not reduce or restrict Frontlines’s liability for death or personal injury caused by Frontline’s negligence or liability for fraud on the part of Frontline.
- Frontline will create a shortlist of entrants for the Awards, which will then be judged by the panel of judges.
- Applicants who are featured in the top 50 will be offered a group career coaching session from the Frontline Recruitment team. They will also be invited to a session run by our Fellowship team on how to use community organising to effectively bring people together to create lasting social change. Those featured in the top 10 will be offered a 1:1 career coaching session.
- Unsuccessful entrants will not be contacted in respect of their entry. Although Frontline are grateful to and would like to encourage the efforts of all entrants, unfortunately Frontline cannot guarantee feedback on unsuccessful entrants.
- Correspondence with unsuccessful entrants may be entered to by Frontline at the discretion of Frontline.
- For the purposes of the public vote, people may vote by visiting a webpage. Details of this will be published on the webpage used to submit nominations in January.
- Public voting will open at 12:00 noon on 31 January and close at 17:00 on 11 February. Any votes registered outside the announced voting times will not count. Frontline reserves the right to change these dates if required but will provide due notice to top 50 if this will be required.
- The number of times you can vote may be restricted. The presence of a cap to voting and what that limit is will be made clear for each vote.
- Frontline will announce the final result when voting is closed and the actual result is known on 23 February.
- Frontline reserves the right to disqualify entries or suspend voting if it has reasonable grounds to suspect that fraudulent voting has occurred or it considers there has been any attempt to rig the voting. Frontline has the right to substitute an alternative selection method at its absolute discretion.
- If for any reason, the online voting system fails, the vote may be suspended or a contingency plan may be actioned.
- Frontline reserves the right to change, cancel or suspend the vote at any time.
- Frontline, its partners, sub-contractors, subsidiaries and/or agencies cannot accept any responsibility whatsoever for any technical failure or malfunction or any other problem with any system, server, provider or otherwise which may result in any vote not being received by Frontline, not properly registered or recorded.
- These terms and conditions are governed by and shall be interpreted in accordance with English law. The place of performance is London. Any disputes arising in relation to the interpretation of these terms and conditionsor in relation to any agreement of which these terms and conditions form part, which cannot be settled amicably, shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts.
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