Applicants who submit their recording must consent to these Terms and Conditions
1. Each individual participating has sole responsibility for adhering at all times to Government Coronavirus restrictions and their local churches or Christian organisations policies on GDPR compliance, health and safety requirements, insurance and all other appropriate policies.
2. By taking part in ‘The Irish Blessing’ applicants agree to the organisers holding their name and email address on its database for the duration of the project. This information will be used by ‘The Irish Blessing’ for the purposes of launching the song: ‘Be Thou My Vision’ on 31 May 2020 and notifying applicants of possible follow-on developments for the project. Any information received or data will be kept in compliance with GDPR regulations and will not be shared with a third party. To opt-out simply email firstname.lastname@example.org
3. ‘The Irish Blessing’ is a non-profit initiative. After core costs are covered, in the event of potential profits made from the song, these will be donated to Tearfund, Christian Aid and Trócaire. Therefore all the singers and musicians from churches and Christian organisations participating in ‘The Irish Blessing’, acknowledge and consent to provide their submission without any remuneration.
4. ‘The Irish Blessing’ seeks to capture a wide and wholesome cross-section of Irish Christianity, geographically and denominationally. Submissions therefore grant permission to ‘The Irish Blessing’ to use their images and vocals as part of the video and audio. This will be at the sole discretion of ‘The Irish Blessing’ editorial team, according to the vision outline of the project. In turn, upon release, images may appear in additional formats.
5. If any submissions are received with concerning or inappropriate material, these will be reported on to relevant authorities.