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- The credit “Article published in De facto, CI Migration’s revue” (https://www.icmigrations.cnrs.fr/en/defacto/). Preferably, credit us at the top of the article and include our logo (available below).
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- Extracts : you can run the first few lines or paragraphs of the article and then say : “Read the full article on De facto | CI Migration.” with a link back to the article.
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- Signed consent/copyright release forms : are not required, providing you are following these guidelines.
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