In rare cases when the laureate has to be represented, he or she agrees to come to Paris to receive the Prize. Travel expenses and accommodation will be either partially or fully paid by the Association.
The laureates cannot apply a second time to MARTINE ANSTETT Prize.
Each laureate morally commits to bring to the attention of a number of people the career path of MARTINE ANSTETT, the prize he (or she) has received and never denigrate the Association. Each laureate further agrees that their image and work may be subject to the widest possible dissemination to the public, for example in the case of an article or a TV report.
Each laureate automatically becomes "Honorary Member" of the Association.
Applicants to Martine Anstett Prize solemnly swear never to have been condemned for crimes or offenses detrimental to human dignity.
The Association reserves the right to reject - without discussion or recourse - any applicant who has violated this commitment, or whose case simply looks suspicious.
Each applicant for Martine Anstett Prize accepts the principle of a summary investigation about themselves. If necessary, the Association reserves the right to check some facts mentioned in filing the application.