The website RefugeeHomeNL is part of the Dutch Red Cross and thus the Dutch Red Cross disclaimer applies. Anyone who uses – for whatever purposes – the websites of the Red Cross agrees to the following terms and conditions.
The Red Cross strives to carefully check the information it places on the website, so that the information is current, accurate, factually correct and therefore reliable. The content of the website (including the hyperlinks) can always be improved, changed, supplemented or removed without prior notice or notification.
Despite this attention to quality, the Red Cross cannot guarantee that the information on the website is always correct or complete.
The Red Cross does not accept any liability for any inaccuracies, nor can any rights be derived from the content. The Red Cross cannot be held liable for direct or indirect damage of any nature whatsoever arising from the use of the website or any information offered on it, including (without any limitation) damage to your data, your equipment or programs.
Links and references to other sites
This website may contain links or references to other sites as a service. The Red Cross is not responsible for the content of these sites, does not guarantee the content and reliability of these sites, nor is it liable for damage or injury directly or indirectly resulting from their content.
The Red Cross will treat all data that can be traced back to individuals in the electronic correspondence with this website with the greatest possible care in accordance with the privacy statement. Your data will not be sold to third parties or made available for inspection.
The Red Cross makes every effort to respect the rights to texts, photos, illustrations, maps, other graphic material, (trade) names, brands, logos and databases. The copyright, trademark rights and/or any other intellectual property rights in the material or right under protection are vested in the company using such material or right.
The Red Cross accepts no liability for damage resulting from unauthorized use of this material or right and refers those who believe they have a stronger right to the person or company making use of that material or right. If and insofar as The Red Cross has the personal data of the person who is allegedly infringing any copyright, trademark or intellectual property right, the Red Cross will not provide this data to the person or company that believes it has a stronger right, unless the refusal to provide must be assessed as unreasonable or unlawful, or this must take place in execution of a court order. The Red Cross websites are protected by copyright.
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Here too, all data that can be traced back to individuals in the electronic correspondence with this website. The Dutch Red Cross will treat it with the greatest possible care, in accordance with the privacy statement. Your data will not be sold or made available to third parties.