Permits are issued to organisers of ad-hoc events. Any event other than a dramatico-musical work, an oratorio or other choral work, or a ballet, would require a Permit from COMPASS if it involves the public performance of Copyright musical works. Examples of parties who require Permits are organisers of concerts, exhibitions, promotional events, dinner & dances, carnivals and fun fairs.
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Motion Picture Permit
Whenever audiovisual content, whether films or TV shows on DVD/Blu-ray, downloads, streaming, broadcast television, pay TV and video on demand are being viewed outside the private home it is considered a ‘public performance’ where legal authorisation is needed to avoid copyright infringement.
MPLC licences these public exhibitions - the right for an audience to view all audiovisual content in a public location, such as retailers, waiting rooms, reception areas, bars & restaurants, coaches, activity centres, schools, children’s nurseries, care homes etc.
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Fundraising activities are broadly catergorised into 2 types:
a) Internal Fundraising - are activities conducted on campus by a student organisation to solicit and raise funds in support of activities and events organised by them. Funds raised must only be solicited from NUS students or NUS staff.
b) External Fundraising - are activities conducted both on campus and off campus by a student organisation to raise funds in support of Social Service Agencies and other Charitable Organisations. Funds raised may be solicited from members of the public.
House-to-House and Street Collections (HHSC) Licence must be applied for all external fundraising activities. All applications for HHSC must be supported and approved by the staff advisor of the student organisation.
Student organisations conducting collection activities are required to obtain approvals from the relevant government agencies before applying for a HHSC Licence for e.g. National Environment Agency (NEA) for the collection of recyclable items such as old electrical appliances, old clothes and old newspapers. Click for more information.
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