Terms and Conditions
Thank you for your willingness to offer a General Assembly (GA) program. Before you apply, please be aware that presenting a program involves costs and responsibilities. Please read this information carefully and completely.
Please consider the following factors in budgeting for your program.
- You need to ensure that all of your program presenters are registered for GA. Registration is required for all of your program's live presenters. As the event contact, it is your responsibility to ensure that your invited presenters are registered. This may be at your expense or it may be at the presenter's expense. For example, if your presenter is a UU minister or congregational leader who would be attending GA anyway, you could make the presenter responsible for registering and paying for themselves. If your presenter is not Unitarian Universalist and/or would not be attending GA for another reason other than speaking at your program, it would be appropriate for you to register and pay for them. In either circumstance, you need to make sure your presenters are registered. Please visit the GA website for more information.
It is the policy of the UUA that all participants in General Assembly programmed events must be registered for the conference. GA registrants receive access to all GA programs. Speakers, presenters, performers, assistants, and any others who participate in live GA programmed events will not receive access unless they are registered for General Assembly.
- You will be responsible for your speaker's honorarium (if applicable).
As the program contact, you assume responsibility to ensure that copyright permissions have been obtained on all of the following used in your program:
- Printed copies or electronic documents of text, music, or images
- Playing recordings or live music (Please note that both the music/text and the recording can be under copyright)
- Display of music, text, images, or video on a screen
- Reading/reciting text that is protected under copyright
You will need to review and reply to the Event Edit Email. In early to late February/early March, the GA Office will email to you the GA Event Edit Email. The Event Edit Email will indicate all of your event specifications, including the scheduled date and time of your event, as well as the event title, program description, and presenters. Please carefully proof the Event Edit Email to ensure that all of your event information is correct and that your presenters are available when scheduled (if applicable).