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Specifications and requirements for artistic contributions

Please contribute text information in English only. Please make sure to provide all required components.
Images: as jpg or gif, max 500 pixel width, max 500 pixel height preferred
Videos .avi, .mov, .wmv, .mpg, .mpeg, .mp4 files, duration: not longer than three minutes, preferred resolution 480*360 pixel
Sound files avi., mp3, .mov, Windows Media Player file formats, duration: not longer than three minutes

With contributing material you declare that you have the right to transfer the temporary right to publish the material to Europe Now | Europe Next.

Editorial note and Conditions of Use

Any opinion or statement expressed by a public contribution is solely the opinion of the contributor and does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the other contributors, Europe Now | Europe Next,, the project partner institutions or EU Culture 2000 fund. Europe Now | Europe Next adheres to democratic principles. We welcome all points of view, as long as they are presented as part of a civil exchange. Please note that editors reserve the right to edit or delete material which is not in line with the editorial policy of this site. We cannot publish material,

_ which is obviously not related to topics raised by the Encounters, in particular by the Initial Contributions and the Opening Statements for each Encounter;
_ which is send without sufficient information (title, descriptory text etc.) to place your contribution in a European context
_ which has racist or discriminatory content or is openly offensive;
_ which advertises or promotes services or goods;
_ which contains software viruses;
_ which infringes copyright or other rights of third parties;
_ which contains illegal content.

If you find racist, discriminatory or offensive material on this website, please contact our editors.
We reserve the right:
To deny publication of contributions to offenders of these Guidelines and Terms of Service and/or to those who have ignored, overlooked, or flouted private and other warnings regarding standards and behaviour.