Terms of use

By using our website and allied services, you are agreeing to these terms. Please read them carefully.

Using our Services

Creative Commons LicenseAll the information on our website is licensed under the Creative Common License.  Our license allows you to remix, tweak, and build upon our work non-commercially, as long as our work is credited and your license for the new creation(s) is under the identical terms as our license.  We follow an “Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0” license.

Our site may at times display some content that is not CWC’s. This content is the sole responsibility of the entity that makes it available.

In connection with your use of our site and services, we may send you announcements, messages, and other information. You may opt out of some of those communications.

Privacy Protection

Our privacy policy explains how we treat your personal data and protect your privacy when you use our website and services.  By using our services, you agree that we can use such data in accordance with our privacy policy.

About these Terms

We may alter some or all of these terms periodically, for example, to reflect changes in local laws, policy or to our services. We advise you to review these terms regularly. We will however post a notification of any changes to these terms on this page.  Please note that any change to these terms will not apply retroactively and will become effective only after they have been published on our website.

These terms control the relationship between CWC and you. They do not create any third party beneficiary rights.  If you violate any of these terms, and we don’t take action right away, it doesn’t imply that we have rescinded our right to do in the future.  If a particular term appears to not be enforceable, it will not affect any other terms.

The laws of India will apply to any disputes arising out of or relating to these terms or the Services. All claims arising out of or relating to these terms or the Services will be litigated exclusively in the courts of India, and you.

  • When you look into a child’s eyes you expect to see hope, trust and innocence; but when you see these signs of childhood are replaced by betrayal, hunger, fear & suspicion, we need to take a serious stock of ourselves and the society we have created.

    - Nandana Reddy | CWC

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