Copyright

FMR promotes the sharing of information, and we therefore encourage the reproduction and onward dissemination of FMR material. To protect our work and that of our authors, however, there are certain conditions attached.

All articles published in FMR in print and online, and FMR itself, are licensed under a Creative Commons ‘Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs’ 3.0 Unported License. (More information about Creative Commons is given below.)

FMR’s Creative Commons licence includes three conditions: Attribution, Non-Commercial, No Derivatives.

Creative Commons Licence
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

This means that:

  • you may reproduce FMR materials, provided you acknowledge the source/author. (Attribution)
  • you may use, download, transmit or print material from the FMR website (or the print version) for any private, research or educational purpose. You may not use these materials for commercial purposes. (Non-Commercial)
  • you may not alter, transform or build upon these materials. (No Derivatives)

However, we will often be happy to agree to requests to adapt material on this site and in FMR – for example, to translate it into another language – but please contact us at fmr@qeh.ox.ac.uk to ask permission beforehand.

Some examples

If you wish to post online or circulate a whole issue of FMR, you do not need to ask permission but please include a link to our website (to the issue-specific web page e.g. www.fmreview.org/technology/ )

If you wish to put an image of an FMR cover online, with a link to the online version, you are welcome to take the thumbnail from our website, or create your own image from the pdf of the FMR issue. You do not need to ask permission.

If you wish to post an article from a specific issue of FMR on your website, circulate it by email or link to it through a social media site, you do not need to ask our permission but please include acknowledgement to this effect, with a link either to the issue-specific web page or to the article-specific web page:
e.g. Forced Migration Review www.fmreview.org/technology/ 
or:
Forced Migration Review www.fmreview.org/technology/aleinikoff.html

If you wish to re-use part of an article in a publication, please email us to explain the context and ask permission. We can put you in touch with the author for their permission/notification.

If you wish to translate FMR articles into another language, please email us to discuss it. We are always glad to see FMR translated into other languages and will be happy to promote these translations on our own website. When you post the translations on your website or circulate them in print, please include acknowledgement (either in English or the appropriate language) to this effect:
Translated from Forced Migration Review www.fmreview.org [or add the specific issue link e.g. www.fmreview.org/technology/]

If you wish to use any of the photos that appear in FMR and on our website, you may do so if you keep them in the same context. For example, if you post online the html version of an article, you may only re-use the photo that accompanies the same article in the pdf version. You may not use any photo out of context without permission from the owner of the photo. If you wish to do so, please email us and we will be happy to provide the contact details for the owner.

WHENEVER POSSIBLE, please email us at fmr@qeh.ox.ac.uk with details if you re-use FMR material in any of the above ways. This helps us monitor interest in different subjects and provides useful evidence of FMR’s usefulness – which is vital for raising funds to keep FMR going. Thank you!

Creative Commons
A Creative Commons license allows creators (copyright holders) to place conditions on their copyrights. Traditionally, copyrights restrict the rights of others to modify or distribute copywritten works. Creative Commons licences offer flexibility by allowing the creator the ability to choose what limitations they want in place with respect to specific works.

For further details about the specific Creative Commons licence used by FMR, please see this helpful summary.