Our website and our publications and materials are copyrighted. Please read our Copyright Notice below for further information.
However, Center of Concern encourages the use of Education for Justice materials. We normally will give permission to reprint or use our materials when requested in writing. Please contact us stating:
- what you intend to use,
- how it will be used, and
- when it will be used.
After receiving permission, we required that you acknowledge Center of Concern as the source of the material, and note our website address (www.educationforjustice.org).
Please contact Anna Misleh, Associate Editor, who manages permission requests for Education for Justice:
Center of Concern
C/O Education for Justice
1015 15th Street, N.W., Suite 600
Washington, D.C. 20005 USA
Email: [email protected]
Published materials of Center of Concern and our website materials – text, graphics, layout, and presentation – are copyrighted by the Center. All rights are reserved. Permission is granted to download and print materials from this website for the purposes of viewing, reading, and retaining the reference for personal use. Any other copying, distribution, retransmission, or modification of this information or materials on this site, without the permission of Center of Concern, is strictly prohibited.
Center of Concern is committed to maintaining the privacy of those who visit our website www.coc.org.
We may collect information at various places on our website (surveys or registration of purchases). We are the sole owner of this information and will not allow this information to be sold or rented by others in ways that are different from our own.
For internal purposes, aggregate information about the use of our website will be collected. Domain names of users (not email addresses) may be used by us for purposes of improving our website.
Center of Concern does not employ “cookies” to gain information about general visitors to our website. However, cookies are employed in Center of Concern’s Bookstore and on the Education for Justice website. Cookies are small text files from a website that are stored on your hard drive. These small text files, or cookies, make using a website more convenient by saving your passwords and preferences for you. We may utilize session cookies. A session cookie is a temporary cookie that is sent to your browser when you log onto the site and is deleted from your browser once you exit your browser or after some period of inactivity in your browser. Information from cookies may be analyzed and matched with the data provided by you.
Please see our Security Policy in the Bookstore.
Electronic Sign Up
When donating or signing up for our newsletter online or registering for a project or program or providing a link for advocacy purposes, Center of Concern will ask for information such as name, address, and email address to be used for these purposes.
Please understand that we do not operate, control or endorse any information, products or services offered on other websites.
Changes to our Policy
Center of Concern reserves the right to change its policy at its sole discretion without any obligation, to modify or correct errors and omissions within the website.
We encourage viewers to review our policy periodically for updates. If we change our information practices in the future, we will post these changes and provide you with a way to opt out of the new uses.
Education for Justice Website Participants Only
Some information is unique to participants of the Education for Justice website.
Editing and Deletions
We reserve the right, but undertake no duty, to review, edit, move, or delete any material provided for display or placed on the site, in our sole discretion. Center of Concern may terminate access for content providers or online discussions participants who are found repeatedly to provide or post protected material without necessary rights and permissions.
Registration is not required to browse Center of Concern’s website. However, if you choose to participate in the online discussions of the Education for Justice website, you will be asked to provide us with some personally identifiable information. Such information may include contact information (such as your name and e-mail address) and geographic information.
Copyright Notice for Downloadable Educational Materials Available through the Education for Justice Website
Education for Justice members may print and reproduce full in print format for students and adult learners the educational PDF files available through the Education for Justice website (units, fact sheets, case studies, reflections, prayers, prayer services, annotated links) for classroom and instructional use only and not for resale or redistribution.
Educators may not sublicense the foregoing limited and non-transferable rights. Except as specifically set forth above, the educational PDF files may not be published, broadcast, or reproduced without the prior written permission of Center of Concern.
Educators may not alter or remove any trademark, copyright, or other notice from copies of the Content or otherwise alter or modify the Content. Any reproduction of the Content is limited to the number of students to whom the lesson is directed.
To use the Content in a manner outside the parameters of the foregoing license, or to use materials from the Education for Justice Website other than the Content, please send E-mail [email protected] for further information. Please refer to PERMISSION POLICY above.
The Center makes every effort to keep our computer services free of viruses and other computer contaminating properties. However, the Center can not assure or guarantee that any downloaded files are free of infection or viruses and we do not guarantee that our website service is without defects. Viewing and using our site is an “as is, as available” basis.
You are welcome to contact our webmaster regarding any statements or practices on this site at [email protected]. Likewise, if you have technical operating difficulties, please contact us.
Phone: (202) 635-2757 ext. 132
Center of Concern
C/O Education for Justice
1015 15th Street NW, Suite 600
Washington, DC 20005 USA
email: [email protected]