Terms of Use

Women for Women International

  1. Objectives. The objective of this policy is to permit the use of the Women for Women International trademarks and logos by our sponsors and partners, while controlling that use in order to avoid confusion on the part of the general public, maintain the value of the image and reputation of Women for Women International, and protect the Women for Women International trademarks and logos from inappropriate or unauthorized use. At this time, the Women for Women International trademarks include “Women for Women International” and “Critical Half”, and the Women for Women International logos include the following:

    The Women for Women International Logos





  2. Permitted Uses. Women for Women International permits the use of its trademarks and logos to properly identify Women for Women International and to accurately describe a relationship between your organization or business and Women for Women International, subject to the other terms and conditions of this policy.
  3. Permission Subject to Revocation. The permission to use any or all Women for Women International trademarks and logos that is granted in this Trademark Use Policy is revocable upon notice by Women for Women International.
  4. Prohibited Uses. The following uses of the Women for Women trademarks and logos are always prohibited:
    • 4.1 Use that is confusing or misleading.
    • 4.2 Use in a way that misrepresents the relationship between Women for Women International and your organization or business.
    • 4.3 Use or association with any material or media that is otherwise distasteful, controversial, or offensive.
    • 4.4 Use in a way that disparages Women for Women International, its employees, volunteers, sponsors, partners, associated entities and organizations, projects, publications, or initiatives.
    • 4.5 Use or association with any material or media that is otherwise distasteful, controversial, or offensive.
  5. Using the Correct Symbol. When referencing the Women for Women International trademarks and logos, always include the proper notation after the name and logo (® for registered trademarks and TM for unregistered trademarks). Failure to do so dilutes our trademark protection. In text, it is only necessary to annotate the first instance of the trademark in a given document or piece. After the first instance you may drop the ® or TM in every instance. The Women for Women International name is not registered, the Women for Women International logo is registered, the Critical Half name is not registered, and the Critical Half logo is not registered.
  6. Using the Proper Form. When using Women for Women International’s trademarks and logos, never modify the design, add or delete any elements or words, or change any colors or proportions.
  7. Providing Notice. When using the Women for Women International trademarks or logos, the following notice should appear somewhere nearby (at least on the same page) the first use of each Women for Women International trademark and logo: “[TRADEMARK] is a [“registered” if applicable] trademark of Women for Women International.”
  8. Distinguishing the Mark. In at least the first reference, the Women for Women International trademarks and logos should be set apart from the surrounding text, either by capitalization or by italics, bold face, or underline.
  9. Modification of this Policy. Women for Women International may modify this policy at any time and for any reason. Please be sure to return to this web page to learn of any changes to this policy.
 
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