Online Thinkathon

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Thinkathon Contest Rules


DEFINITIONS

“Organizer”: refers to the Service Provider Agorize.

“Organizing Partners”: refers to the three main Organizing Partners Goethe-Institut and Carrefour Jeunesse Emploi NDG in Canada and ThinkYoung in Europe.

“Participant”: refers to any person aged between 18 and 30 years, living as permanent resident or citizen of Europe or Canada, registered in accordance with the rules.

“Project”: refers to the overall project.

This Challenge is organized by the Goethe-Institut Montreal, ThinkYoung and Carrefour Jeunesse Emploi NDG (the “Organizing Partners”). The aim of these Rules is to set out the terms and conditions governing your participation in the Challenge. By registering for this Challenge, you fully and unconditionally agree to comply with these Rules. If you do not agree with any of these Rules, do not register for this Challenge and do not submit an entry.
 
1. TERM
 
This Challenge begins on January 20, 2020 at 9am EDT and ends on June 13, 2020 at 10am EDT. The Challenge will be accessible 24 hours a day on the dedicated Challenge website operated by Agorize at [https://thinkathon.agorize.com/en/challenges/online-thinkathon] (“the Challenge website”), subject to possible IT maintenance operations and malfunctions. Dates and times in these Rules refer to Eastern Standard Daylight Time.
 
2. AGREEING TO THE RULES
 
Any eligible person who is registered on the Challenge website and enrols to participate in the Challenge (“Participant” or “You”), is required to review and accept these Rules. By accessing and accepting these Rules, You:
  • enter into a valid and enforceable contractual relationship with Organizing Partners regarding participation in the Challenge. The registration and enrolment in the Challenge do not set up any subordination relationship between the Organizing Partners and the Participant, and
  • fully and unconditionally agree to comply with these Rules. Participants express their agreement by checking an online box while enrolling for the Challenge.
In case of non-respect of these Rules, the Participant will be immediately disqualified from the Challenge and no prize will be awarded.
 
3. REGISTRATION AND PARTICIPATION IN THE CHALLENGE
 
To take part in the Challenge, we must have received your completed registration by April 12th, midnight EDT.

To register, the Participant must first have created a user account on the Challenge website, and must have truthfully and accurately completed required information, such as full name, email address, etc.
 
Any registration based on inaccurate, false or incomplete information will result in the Participant’s disqualification. Refusing collection, recording and use of their personal data that is strictly necessary to performing the Challenge will result in the Participant’s disqualification. The participant is solely responsible for the information he/she provides while its registration. Any intentional or non-intentional mistake, anomaly or inconsistency, regarding this information, may result in the Participant’s disqualification. Organizing Partners reserves the right to proceed all necessary verifications regarding the Participant’s identity, postal and/or email address.
 
Deletion of a Participant’s user account on the Challenge website will be deemed as a withdrawal from the Challenge. In this case, the Participant, regardless of whether the deletion results from the Participant’s personal act or not, will not participate in the Challenge, and will not obtain any compensation.
You must also have accepted the Rules as well as the Terms and Conditions of Use and the Privacy Policy, during the creation of your user account and your registration to the Challenge.
Registration for and participation in the Challenge is free, with no purchase or payment obligation.
 
4. ELIGIBILITY
 
This Challenge is open and offered solely to: Young adults (18-30years) being a permanent resident or citizen of either Europe or Canada.
 
  • Individual Participant. Individuals aged eighteen (18) years and/or with full legal capacity at the time of registration. Participants can participate multiple times.
 
All the documents that may confirm the Participant’s eligibility will be required prior to awarding any prizes (e.g. identity document, etc.).
This Challenge is not open to employees and representatives of the Organizing Partners and Agorize and the members of their families.
This Challenge is void in countries where it is prohibited or restricted by law.
 
5. PURPOSE OF THE CHALLENGE AND PARTICIPATION
 
Participation in the Challenge must be as a team.

  • Teams. Individual Participants may elect to form a team (“Team”) of 1 to 4 members maximum. Each Team member must accept these Rules, by clicking a hyperlink through the Agorize interface. Organizing Partners may disqualify any Team (and all its members) in the case where any one member has not accepted or violates these Rules
The goal of the Challenge is for Participants to submit contributions (or projects) meeting the requirements determined by the Organizing Partners in the Challenge brief, and that are formalized by deliverables. The brief includes information regarding various deadlines, details of the prizes, Organizing Partners requirements, etc. (the “Brief”). The Brief is accessible through the Challenge website.
 
6. DELIVERABLES
 
During the Challenge, Participants may upload any documents or other materials (such as texts, presentations, videos, etc.) relating to their project to the Challenge website in response and as a solution to the Organizing Partners’s Challenge (the “Deliverable”).
 
To be eligible, Deliverables must (i) address the specific issue set out in the Brief, (ii) be in a common digital format, such as, DOC, DOCX, PDF, PPT, PPTX, KEY, ODT, MP3, MPEG, MOV, MP4, and (iii) be in English, and in general terms must to comply with these Rules.
 
If a Deliverable cannot be downloaded, is not in the right format or is incompatible, illegible, or unintelligible, the Deliverable will be disqualified.
 
By submitting a Deliverable, Participants represent and warrant that:
 
The Deliverable exclusively includes contributions from the Team.
 
 
  • Otherwise, if any content from a third party has been used in the development of the Deliverable, all rights, authorizations, and agreements necessary to submit the Deliverable and grant the rights mentioned herein have been obtained. The existence of uncredited third-party contributions in the Deliverable will result in the disqualification of the Deliverable and the related Participants;
  • No other individual and/or entity is entitled to claim any rights from the use of the Deliverable; and
  • The content of the Deliverable does not and will not infringe or violate any rights of any third party or entity, including, without limitation, intellectual property rights, privacy, competition law, confidentiality, or any contractual or extracontractual right. All deliverables suspected of any law(s) and/or any third party’s right will be ineligible.
  • Participants are responsible for and shall bear any costs or expenses associated with preparing and submitting Deliverables. Participants assume all risk of damaged, lost, late, incomplete, invalid, incorrect or misdirected Deliverables.
7. CHALLENGE PROCESS
 
Challenge Rounds. The Challenge consists of several rounds:
 
  • Round One. Deliverables will be accepted from January 20, 2020/9am to April 12th, 2020, midnight. At the end of this Round, up to 25 winning Deliverables will be selected to proceed to Round Two.
  • Round Two. Deliverables will be accepted from April 20th 2020 to May 15th, 2020, midnight At the end of this Round, up to 5 winning Deliverables will be selected to proceed to the Final Round.
  • Final Round. Participants are not required to upload a Deliverable on the Challenge website for this Final Round. 
Deliverable. If a Participant does not upload a Deliverable on the Challenge website before the deadline, this will be considered as a withdrawal from the Challenge. The Participant may not join the Challenge, and may not obtain any compensation from the Organizing Partners.

Selection Criteria. Deliverables will be judged according to the Selection Criteria, described below. You agree and acknowledge that the Challenge relies on your creativity, capacity, ability, and ingenuity to solve difficult problems. The Challenge does not depend, even partially, on chance or luck, and therefore should not be considered as a lottery. Under no circumstances are factors such as appearance, religion, membership in a trade union, political opinions or sexual orientation considered.

Notification to Participants. Once the selection has been completed, Participants will be notified by email, phone, or by other means, at Organizing Partners’s discretion, of the results of each Round. The Organizing Partners will be free to alter the dates on which results are released should this become necessary due to the number of projects to be assessed. The ranking decided by the final jury will be announced on the day that presentations are made and will identify the Participants that are finalists
 
A. Round One
 
All Round One Deliverables must be received by Organizing Partners on or before April 12th, 2020 midnight. Deliverables must meet the specifications set out in Section 6, above, and include:
  • A up to 5-slide presentation of their Project produced using the template available for download from the Challenge website, in PPT or PDF format.
While the Round One, voting will proceed as follow:
 
Criteria based voting

“Criteria based” voting will take place from April 13th, 2020 to April 19th, 2020.
 
The voters (Organizing Partners and their partners) (the “Voters”) may evaluate and select the Deliverables based on their content and the following criteria:
 
Relevance: How well does the Deliverable respond to the specific need set out in the Brief?
Comprehension: How well is the purpose of the Challenge and overall goal of the project understood?
Topic: How well is the topic chosen and in line with the project?
Creativity: Has creativity been used in the first deliverable?
Presentation: How is the chosen recommendation presented in 5 slides?
 
Except as otherwise provided below, the 25 Participants/Teams with the highest score at the end of this vote will win this vote and proceed to the next round.
 
B. Round Two
 
All Round Two Deliverables must be received by Organizing Partners on or before May 17th, 2020 at midnight. Round Two Deliverables must meet the specifications set out in Section 6, above, and include:
  • A presentation of up to 20 slides, you will show your conception and use cases. You can add additional documents to support your project if you want. Feel free to be creative and visualize your idea to convince the jury (use pictures, cartoons,...).Your team will be assigned to a mentor who will support your team and provide guidance. Your mentor will coach you via the platform – use your coach's recommendations to improve your project. A more detailed Checklist will be provided when entering round two.
Criteria based voting

“Criteria based” voting will take place from May 17th to May 24th, 2020, midnight.
The voters (Organizing Partners and their partners) (the “Voters”) may evaluate and select the Deliverables based on their content and the following criteria:
 
Relevance: How well does the Deliverable respond to the specific need set out in the Brief?
Uses Cases: How well are they presented and thought through?
Impact: How well is the potential impact outlined?
Teamwork: How well does the team collaborate? How well goes the communication with the mentor?
Creativity: Has creativity been used within the presentation?
Presentation: How well is the presentation organized (logical structure)?
 
Except as otherwise provided below, the 5 Participants with the highest score at the end of this vote will win this vote and proceed to the next round.

C. Final Round

Participants who have been selected to participate in the Final Round will be directly notified by the Organizing Partners. In the event a Participant does not answer after the Organizing Partners has tried to contact him/her by email and by phone, the Organizing Partners reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to disqualify this Participant. This disqualification shall not entitle the Participant to claim any kind of compensation from the Organizing Partners.
 
The Final Round consists of an oral presentation of the selected projects by the Participants. Participants are not required to upload a Deliverable to the Challenge website before the Final Round.
However, Participants must prepare a Deliverable which meets the specifications set out in Section 6 and which include:
 
  • A document (PPP, PDF, Video, photos) describing their Project and presenting, for example, the problem it tackles, the proposed solution and its impact if implemented. This document will be used as a presentation document during the oral presentation given by the Participants involved in the Project.
 
At the end of the Final Round, the jury will choose the winning projects and will rank the finalists.
 
8. PRIZES
The prizes to be awarded to Challenge winners are subject to all of the following. They are awarded to the winners of the Challenge and are subject to compliance with the following cumulative conditions:
 
  • The Deliverables comply with Section 6 (“Deliverables”)
  • Each Participant of a winning project complies with Sections 9 and 11;
  • It can be proven that the winning Participants fulfill the conditions of eligibility of Section 4.
 
No prize will be awarded to winners who do not fulfill the above.
  • Special price for one finalist: Trip to the closing event to either Ottawa or Brussels
  • First prize: 350 Euro per team member (max amount spend: 350x4 = 1400 Euro)
  • Second prize: 250 Euro per team member (max amount spend: 250x4 = 1000 Euro)
  • Third prize: 150 Euro per team member (max amount spend: 150x4 = 600 Euro)
  • Adience prize: 100 Euro per team member (max amount spend: 100x4 = 400 Euro)
Each member of a Participant Team will receive its own prize.
 
No assignment or transfer of prizes is allowed by a winner. If a potential winner cannot be reached, is unable to accept the prize or any portion of the prize for any reason, Organizing Partners shall have no further obligation to such potential winner. Organizing Partners will not replace any lost or stolen prizes after being awarded to winners. Winners will accept the prize “as it is”. Organizing Partners disclaims any warranty regarding the Prizes.
 
In the event a Participant (a winner) cannot be reached, by email or by phone, for more than three (3) months after the first attempt to reach them was made, he/she will be deemed as having waived their right to claim the prize and will not be entitled to any prize or any kind of compensation.
 
If the prize as initially planned is unavailable, Organizing Partners will be free to substitute another prize of similar value. Any such decision is at Organizing Partners sole discretion.
Any Participant who does not fulfill the conditions of Participation as provided in the Rules during their registration and/or at any time during the Challenge will be summarily disqualified from the Challenge without prior notice and will not be entitled to any prize. In the assumption that a prize is awarded to a Participant who does not meet the conditions of Participation when registering or throughout the duration of the Challenge, Organizing Partners reserves the right to require the Participant to return the awarded prize.
 
9. COMMUNICATION
 
The Participant acknowledges and consents that Organizing Partners may, throughout the internet and within the European Union and Canada and for the duration of the Challenge and for a period of one (1) year following the Final Round using the Challenge for publicity, including for Organizing Partners advertising or other marketing purposes, (by any means and through any format (website, advertising banners, social networks, newsletter, press release) now known or unknown to date, free of charge or for a consideration.
 
In particular, you consent the using, by Organizing Partners, of your name and surname, your city and region of residence, the name of the institution in which you studied or in which you obtained your diplomas and other biographical information, your image, the information regarding the Prize (if you are a winner), and any other personal data that you submit with your Deliverables as well as the content of your Deliverables relating to the Challenge.

As an example, each Participant authorizes the Organizing Partners using the photographs taken during the Final to disseminate them via any communication medium.
Such use does not entitle the winner to any other payment than the Prize he/she received. The Organizing Partners agree to cease using the aforementioned elements in connection with the Participant at the end of the aforementioned period.
 
10. CONFIDENTIALITY
 
Is “Confidential Information” in the sense of the present arrangement, all the material or immaterial information of whatever nature, in particular administrative, commercial, scientific, technical, financial, fiscal, which was, is or will be communicated by the Organizing Partners to the Participant, directly or indirectly, and in a non-exhaustive way, orally, in writing whatever the support is, by delivery of paper or electronic documents.

Is not Confidential Information:
  • The currently accessible information or becoming accessible to the public without breach at the terms of the regulations from the Participant,
  • The information legally held by the Participant before their disclosure by the Organizing Partners,
  • The information not resulting either directly or indirectly from the use of all or part of the Confidential Information,
  • The information validly obtained close to a third party authorized to transfer or to reveal the aforementioned information.
During the duration of the Challenge and during a period of five (5) years after the end of the Challenge such as planned in Article 5 the Participant makes a commitment to:
 
  • Not using the Confidential Information for any other purposes than the participation in the Challenge in the conditions of the regulations;
  • Taking any necessary, useful and reasonable precaution to protect the Confidential Information;
  • Not revealing the Confidential Information to whomever, by any means whatsoever, except to the other members of the Participants team;
The Organizing Partners may disclose Participants’ information wholly or in part to all its subsidiaries to an organizer acting on its behalf or that of its subsidiaries.
At the end of the Challenge, because of the emergence of their term indicated to Article 5 or of their cancellation, the Participant will immediately have to put back to the Organizing Partners all the Confidential Information, whatever their support is, obtained during the Challenge. The Participant forbids himself from keeping copy in any form whatsoever, except with an on purpose, preliminary and written agreement by the Organizing Partners.

11. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

To produce their registration file and more generally as part of the Challenge, Participants can make use of intellectual property that belongs to them or intellectual property that they have been granted the right to use and reproduce in accordance with a contract.

Participants remain the rights holders of the intellectual property they own at the time of registering on the platform. Similarly, third parties will retain the rights to their intellectual property. The Organizing Partners, the Organizer, Participants and third parties will be granted no rights over any party's pre-existing property as part of the Challenge.
Without prejudice to the above, Participants give their express permission for the Organizing Partners and the Organizer to use the content of their registration files for the sole purpose of carrying out and promoting the Challenge. Within this scope, Participants grant the Organizing Partners and the Organizer the right to use, record, represent, reproduce, translate and communicate all or part of their registration file via any medium for promotional, business or information purposes anywhere in the world throughout the duration of the Challenge and for one year after its conclusion.

Participants indemnify the Organizing Partners and the Organizer against any claims from third parties of their intellectual property rights being contravened during the Challenge. Participants are informed that any claim made by a third party against the Organizing Partners or the Organizer, in the event that the Participant in question does not bring an immediate halt to the infringement, will result in their disqualification from the Challenge without prejudice to any legal action taken to protect the interests of the Organizer and/or the Organizing Partners.
 
12. MODIFICATION OF RULES, SUSPENSION AND CANCELLATION OF THE CHALLENGE
 
Update of the Rules. The Organizing Partners reserves the right to amend these Rules at any time, including the Challenge duration in case of operational imperatives, without prior notice to Participants regarding the enforcement or the validity of these amendments. Participants are encouraged to consult these Rules regularly. Participants expressly waive all claims or disputes related to any amendment to these Rules by the Organizing Partners.

Should any paragraph of these Rules be declared or judged illegal, unenforceable or void by a court decision, the paragraph in question will be considered null and void, but all other unaffected paragraphs will be enforced within the limits of the law.

Challenge Cancellation or Suspension. The Organizing Partners reserves the right in its discretion, to (i) cancel, terminate, modify or suspend the Challenge and these Rules, for any reason, at any time and without any liability, and (ii) to limit or restrict participation in the Challenge. The Organizing Partners will not be held liable for the modification, cancellation or suspension of the Challenge and no compensation or remuneration will be due to the Participants.

13. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
 
The Organizing Partners will in no way be held liable in the event of breakdown or failure, regardless of the cause, of any telecommunications network used that causes Participants difficulty in or prevents Participants from identifying themselves on or gaining access to the Challenge website.
 
Participants agree that company, its affiliates and all of their respective officers, directors, employees, contractors, representatives and agents (“released parties”) will have no liability whatsoever for, and will be released and held harmless by participants for any claims, liabilities, or causes of action of any kind or nature for any injury, loss or damages of any kind including direct, indirect, incidental, consequential or punitive damages to persons, including without limitation disability or death. Without limiting the foregoing, everything on the challenge website and in connection with the challenge is provided “as is” without warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement. Some jurisdictions may not allow the limitations or exclusion of liability for incidental or consequential damages or exclusion of implied warranties, in which case such limitation or exclusion shall apply only to the extent permitted by the law in the relevant jurisdiction.
 
Participation in the Challenge implies acknowledgment and acceptance of the characteristics, limits, and risks of the internet and related technologies, particularly with regards to performance, response time, security of software and computer equipment against various potential attacks, such as viruses, logic bombs or Trojans, and loss or misuse of data. As a result, the Organizing Partners will not be held liable in any way for any damage incurred by Participants arising from these characteristics, limits and risks, which Participants accept by registering and taking part in the Challenge.
 
The Organizing Partners will not, in any case, be held liable for damages resulting from faults with or delays in the submission of deliverables by Participants, including refusal to accept these deliverables as a consequence of their submission outside the deadlines set out in the Rules, from faults with or delays to the sending of any emails by the Participant sent as part of the Challenge, or from any alterations made to the deliverables independently of the Organizing Partners.
The Organizing Partners will not, in any case, be held liable for damages resulting from services provided by a third party relating to the prizes.
The Organizing Partners will not be held liable for the consequences of a Participant’s disqualification from the Challenge as a result of their violation of these Rules.
 
14. DISPUTE
The conduct of the Challenge and the legal relations of the persons participating in the Challenge shall be governed exclusively by the laws of the Federal Republic of Germany, irrespective of the place from which a participant participates in the Challenge. In the case of consumers, this choice of law shall only apply insofar as the consumer is not deprived of the protection granted to him/her by the mandatory consumer protection regulations of the state in which he/she has his/her habitual residence.
In the event of a dispute lasting for more than fifteen days following the Participant's instigation of a complaint, the Organizer, the Organizing Partners and the Participant agree to submit their dispute to an amicable conciliation procedure prior to initiating any legal proceedings.
The party eager to initiate conciliation must inform the other party through a registered letter with acknowledgment of receipt in which it will make him know his intentions and it will specify the cause.

If no agreement is reached between the parties within 30 days of the registered letter reception, parties regain their freedom of action.

Résidents Du Québec
Tout différend concernant l’organisation et la façon dont est mené un concours publicitaire peut être soumis à la Régie des alcools, des courses et des jeux (la « Régie ») afin qu’il soit tranché. Tout différend concernant l’attribution d’un prix peut être soumis à la Régie uniquement aux fins d’aider les parties à le régler.
 
15. INDEMNIFICATION AND LIABILITY

By taking part in the Challenge, Participants wholly and unreservedly accept these rules. Should a Participant fail to comply with these rules, their participation will be automatically terminated, and they will be ineligible to receive any Award.
The Organizing Partners and the Organizer may not be held liable for any disruption to internet connections or for any difficulties accessing the site due to a large number of visitors or participants.

In no case may they be held responsible for interruptions to connections or access, data loss, computer viruses or any direct or indirect damage of any kind that Participants may suffer before, during or after taking part in the Challenge.

In addition, the Organizing Partners and the Organizer may not be held liable for any events for which they are not directly or indirectly accountable, including potential delays to delivery of awards or cases of force majeure that may disrupt or alter the challenge or result in its cancellation.
As a result, Participants waive the right to open any proceedings against the Organizing Partners, the Organizer and their agents for any damage and/or harm they may suffer as part of the Challenge.

The Organizing Partners and the Organizer may not be held liable for any incident that may arise in relation to the provision of the awards; all liability in this matter falls on the company(ies) or organization(s) with which the winners contract directly.

The Organizing Partners reserves the right to temporarily suspend participation in the Challenge if it can no longer ensure the continuity of service required for the Challenge to take place. The Organizing Partners and the Organizer reserve the right to alter, extend, suspend or cancel the Challenge without notice, including in the event of force majeure. In no case may they be held liable for such action and Participants may not request compensation of any kind on these grounds.

The use of a computer is highly recommended to access the Challenge during the onsite event and necessary for online participation.
  • Processor 1 Ghz or higher with 1 Go RAM or higher;
  • Operating system: Windows XP and Vista;
  • A browser which accepts cookies and Javascripts functions execution: Using Internet Explorer 7 or higher, or Firefox 3.5 is recommended;
  • Version Flash Player 9.045, except any specified case which will be informed to the Participant on the homepage of the Challenge;
  • The sound card is recommended in order to follow the live streaming but is not necessary.
Any claim of the Participant must be sent in written during the latest 30 days after the ending date of the respective Challenge. Claims linked to the functioning of the website www.agorize.com must be formulated in writing at the following address:

AGORIZE
34, rue du faubourg Saint-Antoine
75012 PARIS, France
contact@agorize.com

Claims linked to the progress of the Challenge and to the sending of the Award must be formulated in writing at the following address:

Goethe-Institut
Oskar-von-Miller-Ring 18
80333 München
info@goethe.de

At the risk of being rejected, any claim has to contain:
  • Full contact details of the Participant (name, first name, address, zip code, city, Agorize login and e-mail);
  • The identification of the concerned Challenge;
  • The clear and elaborate presentation of the motives for the claim.

16. ADMINISTRATION OF THE CONTEST

The participation in the Challenge and the awarding of the award require the acceptance purely and simply and the full respect for the rules in all its terms. The Organizing Partners and Organizer reserve the right to disqualify, immediately and without compensation, every Participant and/or project not satisfying in full with the rules.
The Organizing Partners and Organizer reserve the right to modify at any time the terms of the rules, and during the Challenge without the requirement of notification to the Participant, concerning the application and the validity of these modifications. The Participant is invited to consult regularly the rules. The Participant gives up expressly any complaint or contesting linked to any modification brought to the rules by the Organizing Partners and Organizer.

17. PRIVACY AND PUBLICITY

Each Participant authorizes the Organizing Partners, in the hypothesis where the participant would be appointed winner of the Challenge to use their family name, their first name, their Twitter/Facebook/Instagram address, their city and their region of residence and their photograph, name in any promotional demonstration (except with purchase advertising space), including on the web sites of the Organiser and the Organizing Partners and any site or affiliated support, without that this use can legally give rise to any remuneration during 2 years maximum after the end of the Challenge.

The participation in the Challenge requires the communication of the Participant’s personal data mentioned in Article 3. This data can be modified at any time by the Participant.
This data mentioned in the present Article is subjected to an automated processing in the meaning of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) regulation for which the Organizer and possibly the Organizing Partners, defines the means and the purpose, and is responsible, in this respect, for this processing in the meaning of the aforementioned law.. The purposes of this processing is to organize the intermediation between the Participant and the Organizing Partners;
to ensure identification, communication and preservation of the exchanges with the Participant; and to realize anonymous market studies by the Organizer or a third-party.

The Participant has, at any time, the right to:
Oppose to the collect and process of personal data carried out by the Organizer;
Oppose to the communication of these data to third-parties;
Get access to all personal data handled by the Organizer; and
Correct, update and delete personal data handled by the Organizer.

To exercise its rights in conformance with this Article, the Participant has to send a registered letter with acknowledgement of receipt mentioning clearly the identity and the object of its request to:

AGORIZE
34, rue du faubourg Saint-Antoine
75012 PARIS, FRANCE
contact@agorize.com

Regarding the possible installation of cookies (or witnesses of connection) on the Participant’s computer during its browsing on the Organizer’s website, the Participant is invited to consult the Regulations and Competition Rules, Terms and Conditions present on the website www.agorize.com and that it has to accept previously during the opening of an account necessary to participate in the Challenge.

THE ORGANIZING PARTNERS:

GOETHE-INSTITUT - Legal information on the organizational form
The Goethe-Institut e. V. is a worldwide association for the promotion of the German language abroad, for the fostering of international cultural cooperation and for conveying a comprehensive image of Germany through information about cultural, social and political life.
It works within the framework of its statutes and on the basis of a framework agreement concluded with the Federal Republic of Germany.
This imprint also applies to all of the Goethe-Institut's country and institute presences in social media, for example our Facebook presences, our Twitter accounts and our Youtube channel.
Register of associations: Munich Local Court, VR 5007
Sales tax identification number DE 129516430

THINKYOUNG – Legal information on the organizational form
ThinkYoung is the first think tank that focuses on young people. It was founded in 2007 and has expanded to have offices in Brussels, Geneva, Madrid and Hong Kong.
It is a not-for-profit organization, with the aim of making the world a better place for young people, by involving them in decision making processes and by providing decision makers with high quality research on key issues affecting young people.
ThinkYoung conducts studies and surveys, makes documentary movies, writes policy proposals and develops education programs: up to date, ThinkYoung projects have reached over 600’000 young people.
Based on its research on young people`s necessities, ThinkYoung creates trainings and workshops to empower youth with the tools to have a positive impact and make a change.
Register of associations: ThinkYoung AISBL, Not-for-profit association. It is registered in Belgium under the number: 0822.537.531 and has headquarters in Place du Luxembourg 6, 1050, Ixelles, Brussels, Belgium.

CARREFOUR JEUNESSE EMPLOI NDG – Legal information on the organizational form
The Carrefour jeunesse-emploi Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, known today by its acronym CJE NDG, was founded in 1998. We are a non-profit organization that works primarily with young people aged 16 to 35 living in the Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, Côte Saint-Luc, Hampstead and Montreal West neighborhoods.
The CJE NDG promotes the socio-professional integration of individuals aged 16 and over by offering them personalized support, enhanced by the expertise and enthusiasm of our multidisciplinary and multilingual team. We develop innovative projects that are focused on the specific needs of our participants. We strive to ensure the success of our participants in the labor market, particularly by helping them return to school and providing them with the appropriate tools for their personal development.
Quebec Enterprise Number (NEQ): 114 821 2724
TVQ: 102128881DQ0001
TPS: 872775754RT0001
Charity Number: 872775754RR0001