Open Government Licence (OGL) v3.0

All text content on our website is available under the Open Government Licence v3.0 unless stated otherwise.

How to Use Our Text Content Under the OGL

When reusing text content under the OGL, you must attribute it as follows: "Source: Conviction, [title of the document], [date of publication], licensed under the Open Government Licence v3.0."

Exceptions to the OGL

If your intended use of our materials does not comply with the OGL conditions, please contact us. Include your name, address, the information you wish to use, and the intended use.

Keeping Information Current

We recommend using the latest versions of our materials, which are available on our website. Please note that previously obtained materials, or those from other sources, may not be up-to-date.

Copyright and Intellectual Property

Conviction retains all intellectual property rights, including copyrights, in its materials regardless of the application of the OGL.


Images on our site are not available for reuse under the OGL, as they often contain third-party copyrights. We do not grant reuse rights for images.

Contacting Conviction

To discuss reusing materials that are not covered by the OGL, contact us with the following details:

  • Your name and address
  • The source of the information you wish to use
  • The purpose of its reuse

Privacy Notice

For details on how we handle personal data, visit our privacy notice page.

Use of Conviction's Logos

Conviction's logos may only appear on documents or associated with information that has been prepared or officially endorsed by Conviction. Unauthorised use of our logos infringes on copyright.

To use our logos, approval must be obtained from our office, to ensure that:

  • The material on which the logo is to be used is specified
  • The use of the logo on such material is expressly approved by our office

Published: 16 June 2023
Last Updated: 02 May 2024