These FAQs are designed to provide a better understanding of Mutual Assistance website. They provide basic information, sometimes about fairly complex topics. These FAQs will often link to more detailed information. If you have any questions that are not covered here or elsewhere on our website, please email admin@bhagavat.org.uk

This FAQ is designed to be helpful in raising awareness about Mutual Assistance and the use of our tools. It is not a substitute for legal advice. It may not cover important issues that affect you.
You should consult with your own lawyer if you have questions.

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Most frequently asked questions


          1.   What is MA?


The essence of Mutual Assistance is “One marginalized group assists another, to the mutual benefit of both groups”. Examples of this include our current Leonardo Mobility projects, where by a marginalized group from the UK such as ex-offenders, former substance misuses or those in or leaving care assist another group such as orphans in Bulgaria or street children in Turkey.

The ethos of the charity is to promote ‘Mutual Assistance’ and the modus-operandi is to work closely with other organizations to capitalize on cross fertilization of knowledge and to avoid duplicating scare resources


          2.   Who can benefit from it?


Every person who meets the criteria described HEREcan be part of the project.

             3.   How can I search for sending or hosting countries

Coming soon

          4.   What are the aims of the legacies of the TOI project?

TOI project will nurture two main legacies a generic guide to facilitate
successful implementation of Mutual Assistance projects and also a website and
database promoting and encouraging participation by other organizations.

What is “The database”

The database is a further legacy of the TOI project whereby potential partners both hosting and sending can upload the profiles of their organizations and type of target group/participants facilitating partner search.


               6.   How can I use the database

Coming soon

            7.   How can I get support?

 For further support or more information please contact Bhagavat Educational Trust via e-mail: admin@bhagavat.org.uk


           8.   Can I make a donation?

All visitors of the website have the opportunity to make a donation. The process is very simple and all you need to do is to click “MAKE A DONATION” button on the website.


           9.   How my donated money will be spent?

All money received will go directly on the project Living and Learning Abroad, examples might include donating funds to orphanages, paying for trips out for the Young people, purchasing extra materials to paint rooms etc.


          10. Where I can receive more information about the projects

 If you need more information about the project or anything related to the website, you can e-mail  Bhagavat Educational Trust  at admin@bhagavat.org.uk


          11.  What does "All rights reserved" mean?

 Copyright grants to creators a bundle of exclusive rights over their creative works, which generally include the right to reproduce, distribute, display, make adaptations, perform, sell and so on. The phrase “All Rights Reserved” is often used by owners to indicate that they reserve all of the rights granted to them under the law. When copyright expires, the work enters the public domain, and the rights holder can no longer stop others from engaging in those activities under copyright, with
the exception of moral rights reserved to creators in some jurisdictions. Bhagavat Educational trust reserves all the rights about the concept of MA and the present website


         12.    What are publicity  and privacy rights?

In some jurisdictions, publicity rights
allow individuals to control the use of their voice, image, likeness, or other
identifiable aspect of their identity. Similarly, in some jurisdictions privacy
rights exist that restrict others` ability to publish information about them
without their permission. Whether and to what extent these rights exist varies
depending on the jurisdiction.

BET does not waive or otherwise affect rights of privacy or publicity to the extent they apply. If you have created a work or wish to use a work that might in some way implicate these rights, you
may need to obtain permission from the individuals whose rights may be affected.