School History Essay Prize 2022/2023
Terms and conditions
Entries must be original work by the entrant.
The Foundation for the History of Totalitarianism (“The Foundation”) and its trustees reserve the right, at their sole and absolute discretion, to use names and information about participants without obtaining further consent from the participant or providing any payment whatsoever to the participant for any publicity, advertising, or promotion.
The Foundation reserves the right to modify the format and content of essays for publication purposes. Authorship will be acknowledged.
Essays winning a prize or highly commended may be published by the Foundation on the website or elsewhere. Winners may be invited to read their essays at awards ceremonies but there will be no obligation for them to do so.
Taking part in the competition implies accepting that the Foundation retains unlimited, non-exclusive rights to reproduction without further compensation.
Any form of plagiarism will result in automatic disqualification. It is the responsibility of the participant to ensure that their essay does not infringe the copyright of any third party.
Entrants agree to allow the free use of their names, photographs and general locations for publicity and news purposes if their essays win a prize or are highly commended.
The judges’ decision is final and not subject to appeal. No correspondence will be entered into.
The deadline for receipt of entries is 12 noon on 5th February. Please note that late entries cannot be accepted.