The content and resources on this site belong to FPA, unless stated otherwise.

Reproducing or distributing FPA content without our permission could mean you will be in legal breach of our copyright.

We are happy to consider requests to use our content on a case by case basis.

When do i need copyright permission?

You need to seek copyright permission from FPA if you want to reproduce all, or any part, of a piece of content, including written text, audio, video, images, posters or documents. This is the same whether you want to share the whole piece of content or to use part of our content in another piece of content – for example using an FPA web page in a conference presentation, or reproducing a poster in a book or website.

You must not upload or host our content (for example PDF copies of our leaflets and booklets) on another website.

When don’t i need copyright permission?

You may use quotes from us e.g. a quote from a press release or even the whole press release – but only as long as you credit us.

You don’t need our permission to link to any pages of unless they are password protected.

You will need a licence from us if you want to link to password protected pages of

If you’re not sure if you need permission please ask – thank you.

How do i request permission?

Just fill in the copyright permission form below, and return it to us.

Image copyright

Photos on this site are from a range of sources including FPA copyrighted material and stock photos used under licence. Images of people are library images, posed by models, unless otherwise stated. We are unable to grant you permission to use any images that we don’t hold the copyright for.