1.The purchase of one raffle ticket entitles the player to one chance in the relevant raffle draw. All tickets will be the same price: £5

2. Prize winners will need to arrange collection for their prizes or pay for delivery themselves

3. This raffle is open to residents of mainland Great Britain (this excludes Northern Ireland, Isle of Man and Channel Islands)

4. Underage gambling is an offence.

5. It is an offence for raffle tickets to be sold to, by or on behalf of a person under 18 years of age. If a ticket is sold to, by, or bought on behalf of a person under the age of 16 they will be exempt from the raffle and will not be awarded any prize

6. Employees of  A mnesty International UK and They Made This who work on the production of the raffle, and members of their households, are ineligible to enter this raffle. Any tickets bought in the name of such Amnesty International UK employees or members of their households will be rejected from the draw and considered as donations to Amnesty International UK

7. Monies raised by this raffle will support the work of Amnesty International (UK Section) Charitable Trust, Registered Charity No 1051681

8. Payment for participation in the raffle can be made by credit/debit card (excluding American Express/Electron/Solo) or PayPal through the They Made This website. We cannot accept, cheques, cash, postal orders or CAF payments for raffle tickets. All payments by these methods will be treated as donations.

9. Raffle tickets will be entered into the draw when the whole payment is received

10. Any ticket payments received after the draw will be considered as donations to Amnesty International (UK Section) Charitable Trust

11. Winning raffle tickets will be drawn randomly. The first ticket drawn will win the prize.

12. The result of the raffle draw is final. No correspondence will be entered into

13. Winners will be notified by post, email or telephone as soon as possible after the draw date. Please keep your confirmation email as proof of purchase

14. Amnesty International UK accepts no responsibility for confirmation emails that are lost or not received. Please ensure you enter your email address accurately when purchasing your tickets

15. A list of winners will be published at www.amnesty.org.uk/rafflewinners. Names of winners and results of the raffle will be available on request to fundraise@amnesty.org.uk 

16. Where They Made This is unable to contact a prize-winner so that a prize remains unclaimed for six months following They Made This’s first attempt to notify the prize-winner, They Made This may apply the prize as it sees fit, including by re-offering the prize in future raffles

17. All winners are required to co-operate with Amnesty International UK’s requirement to publish their win as and where deemed appropriate, and to provide proof of age when requested

18. Amnesty International (UK Section) Charitable Trust is registered with the Gambling Commission to operate this raffle, licence number are 004969-N-100270-011 and 000-004969-R-326836-001. This licence is issued under the Gambling Act 2005. Registered licence holders are: Joanna Dunstan and Gráinne Callan. The promoters of this raffle are Richard Glynn and Robin Legge, both of whom are employees of Amnesty International UK

19. If you or a family member feel that you are experiencing problems with gambling, you can review Amnesty International UK’s responsible gambling policy here

20. If you would like more information about raffles and lotteries please go to www.gamblingcommission.org.uk

21. Amnesty International is a member of the Lotteries Council, for more information please go to: www.lotteriescouncil.org.uk

22. Any concerns about this raffle should be addressed to: Richard Glynn, Senior Community Fundraising Coordinator, The Human Rights Action Centre, Amnesty International UK, 17-25 New Inn Yard, London, EC2A 3EA. Or emailed to fundraise@amnesty.org.uk. Any complaints relating to the raffle should be sent in writing to Amnesty International UK giving full details of the complaint and supporting documentation.

23. In the event of an error, howsoever caused, whether a printing error or otherwise and whether obvious or otherwise, which affects the raffle in any way, the organisers reserve the right to fairly administer the raffle as though the error had not occurred. Where the organisers deem it appropriate and/or feasible Amnesty International will notify entrants of the error

24. Failure to comply with any of these rules may result in the disqualification of the entry. Organisers reserve the right to disqualify any entry at their absolute discretion

25. The prize is one of the following totems (depending on which raffle you have entered):

Totem 1 
Artist: Emily Forgot
Name: Love 
Description: Hand Painted Emulsion on Wood

Totem 2 
Artist: Emily Forgot
Name: Joy
Description: Hand Painted Emulsion on Wood

Totem 3 
Artist: Emily Forgot
Name: Peace
Description: Hand Painted Emulsion on Wood

Totem 4
Artist: Rude 
Name: Lucky to be Free, Free to be lucky
Description: Printed and hand painted wooden blocks
Size 120cm tall 

Totem 5
Artist: Gemma Tickle
Name: Peace 
Description: MDF / acrylic paint 
Size 190cm inc. plinth

Totem 6
Artist: Rhoslyn Butler & Kester Hoefkens
Name: Metropolis
Description: Sitka Spruce (circa 18th Century)
Gold gilding/ Lacquer paint
Size 110cm x 36.4cm

Totem 7
Artist: Isabel & Helen
Name: Untitled

Totem 8
Artist: Damien Poulain 
Name: Bird Of Peace
Description: Wood, hand painted acrylic
Size 75cm x 40 cm

Totem 9
Artist: Bompas & Parr
Name: Not Drowning but Waving
Description: Gold Mylar Sky Dancer
Size 5m

Totem 10
Artist: Morag Myerscough 
Title: Untitled
Description: Wood 
Size 110cm

Totem 11
Artist: John Booth 
Title: Untitled
Description: Ceramic 
 

Totem 12
Artist: Marcus Walters 
Title: TBC
Description: Wood 
Size 30cm x 40cm