Consent to Photograph/Video & Photo/Video Release/ Use of organisation logo Authorization: You are providing Swasti with the following consent and authorization: We, give permission to Swasti, and/or parties designated by the Swasti Staff to photograph/video me and use such photograph(s)/video(s) in all forms of media, for any and all promotional purposes including advertising, display, audiovisual, exhibition or editorial use and display logos on relevant communications material (according to brand guidelines)We further consent to the use of my name in connection with the photograph(s)/video(s) if needed by Swasti and/or parties designated by Swasti.We understand and agree that we will not receive any payment for my time or expenses or any royalty for the publication of the photograph(s)/video(s) or the use of my name and we hereby release Swasti and/or any parties designated by the Swasti from any such claims. We certify that we have read and fully understand this consent and release and that all questions pertaining to this consent have been answered to my satisfaction.
The Catalyst Group (http://www.catalysts.org) led by Swasti, (http://www.swasti.org) has assembled a ‘COVID19 Action Collaborative’ (CAC) with the strong belief that unless we all pool our expertise and resources, we cannot respond effectively to the pandemic. Our belief and strong conviction come from our direct experiences of the Tsunami, Gaja Cyclone, Kutch Earthquake. A collaborative put in early has the potential to bring large scale, accelerated and efficient impact. Building on this experience, CAC is assembled and is in operation. By agreeing to this, we begin the relationship as a collaborative partner in the CAC, led by Swasti. The areas of collaboration are as listed in Questions 6 & 7 above. Swasti will, Evangelise and promote the framework and enrol players to adopt the collaborative; Mobilise and Identify various partners, tools, methods, finances and other resources and make them available widely through CACSupport & use; and integrate within other initiatives, helping measure effectiveness. The Partner and the CAC will each designate an individual to coordinate within the CAC and all endeavours that may derive from it. This Collaboration shall commence on the date of signature and be in effect for one year, at which time it shall be reviewed by the partner and CAC for further extension. Either the partner or CAC can exit from this relationship through a written notification by the appropriate official of the organisation initiating the notice, post discussions and mutual agreement. The overall aim is to leverage the collective strength and base of organisations to ensure that the negative effects and impacts of Covid 19 are contained and mitigated. By Agreeing to this, a partner reiterates – Their commitment to comprehensively address COVID19 virus impacts – That they will coordinate and work with other partners of CAC as required – That they will bring their own assets to the CAC and help other partners execute their actions better – That they will promote the CAC and help other partners join – That they will use the CAC and its collective strengths towards the cause – That they will share data/information on how they have contributed and benefited from the CAC – That they will not violate any existing agreements which bind their Intellectual Property or other terms that may pre-exist this agreement. The CAC can use the logo in its communication to show the partner is part of the CAC; the partner can also use the CAC logo. This letter does not Stop partners from individually doing individually what they deem fit to do for COVID19 response or force any partner to contribute only to CAC or any of the partners of the CAC. We together resolve to coordinate, share information and other resources in addressing COVID 19 comprehensively through the ‘COVID19 Action Collaborative’ (CAC)