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IUGTE Etiquette
The regulations were formulated relying on the suggestions made by IUGTE participants.
• It is the policy of IUGTE to expressly forbid any forms of harassment. As used here, harassment means any verbal, written, visual, or physical acts that are offensive in nature, intimidating, unwelcome, or that could reasonably be taken as objectionable. Harassment is prohibited on the ground of sex, race, racial or linguistic origin, creed, pregnancy, family status, age, political convictions, disability or citizenship.

• Every participant is responsible for his physical condition during the training. It is necessary to notify in advance about limitations and to adjust the participation with the leader of the group beforehand.
• The structure of IUGTE event implies active participation in the whole programme: from the first to the last day. If a participant misses a part of the training, he is excluded from participation in further training process.
• During the training participants should take off all sharp and scratchy ornaments: ear-rings, bracelets, necklaces, watches, sharp hair-pins, etc. Loose or long hair should be tied back.
• Clothing for the training should be comfortable and cosy. It is not recommended to wear skirts, provoking clothes or to participate in training naked.
• Under no circumstances may shoes be worn in the studio, bare feet or socks only (if other is not suggested). 
• Drinking water in plastic bottles is allowed in the training room. 

Avoid chewing gums, food or drinks inside the training room. 
• Each participant is provided with the precise timetable of the event. The door of the studio is getting closed shortly before the beginning of the training so all the latecomers are not allowed into the room.
• Mobile phones must be turned off during the training. 

• It is forbidden to sell or promote any goods or services directly in the territory of NIPAI event without discussing with NIPAI administration. 

• Your colleagues come from different countries and speak different languages. Especially in discussions - think before you speak, formulate your question clearly and briefly.

• Avoid taking pictures or filming during the training with any personal devices, as well as any photos/filming in the official training space. IUGTE will take care of the professional photo/video archiving of the event. After the event the materials will be available to participants. The photos provided by IUGTE can be used or published by the participants only in its original form with IUGTE logo and without any editing.
• The participants are welcome to make notes during the training (of course, not interrupting the training process or work with a partner).
• The inside of all premises is a non-smoking area. 

 It is forbidden to sell or promote any goods or services directly in the territory of IUGTE event without discussing with IUGTE administration. 
• The participants are in charge of their personal stuff.
• It is not allowed to take alcoholic drinks or any other intoxicating substances during the event.
• IUGTE reserves the right for making video and photo archives of the entire process with participation of the group.
• IUGTE reserve the unlimited right to use any production at their discretion, in its original or edited form, submitted or created by the Participant as the result of participation in IUGTE event.
• The participant can receive the Certificate of participation upon submitting of the detailed creative report (1500 words) not later than three weeks after the event.
• Persons, who participated in IUGTE event and have published an article about IUGTE event in reputable media (performing arts magazine, newspaper, etc.) with purpose of IUGTE promotion, are entitled to the opportunity of free participation in one of the future IUGTE events. An article requires IUGTE approval before publication. Article size: min 1000 words.
• By transferring the fee the participant confirms that he has familiarized with the regulations and agrees to them.
• In case of non-observance of the rules the participant can be discharged from participation in the event without returning payment.