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Privacy policy European Institute of Policy Research and Human Rights (EIPRHR)


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The European Institute of Policy Research and Human Rights
 (hereinafter “EIPRHR”, “we” or “our”) is committed to protect your personal data. This document (the “Privacy policy”) is intended to inform you about the personal data that EIPRHR collects via its website and activities, to explain why we collect these data and how we deal with your data.

 

This Privacy policy can be modified, e.g. as a result of new functionalities or legal or regulatory changes. Any major changes will be announced on our website. We therefore advise you to regularly check our homepage. This version of the Privacy policy was last modified on 5 December 2018.

 

This privacy policy should be read together with the cookie policy of EIPRHR, which is available here http://eiprhr.org/Privacy-and-Cookie-Policy/ .

 

Contents

1  When does this Privacy policy apply?

2  Who is responsible for the processing of your personal data?

3  Which personal data do we process about you?

4  For which purposes and how do we process your personal data?

5  With whom do we share your personal data?

6  Do we transfer your personal data outside the European Economic Area?

7  How are your personal data protected?

8  How long do we keep your personal data?

9  What about links to other websites and social media?

10 What are your rights as a data subject?

11 How can you contact us?

 

1. When does this Privacy policy apply?

This Privacy policy applies to the processing of personal data in the context of the activities of EIPRHR including via its website.

 

2. Who is responsible for the processing of your personal data?

EIPRHR is responsible for the processing of your personal data. EIPRHR is a European Institute for Policy Research and Human Rights (Registered in the Register of Associations and Foundations of Government of Republic of Latvia under Registration Number- 40008272901 ). This means that EIPRHR determines for what purposes and with what means your personal data will be processed.

 

3. Which personal data do we process about you?

We collect your personal data in two ways, either directly from you or via third parties:

 

Information provided by you
 

We collect your information and personal data that we get directly from you:

when you visit our offices: data such as your name and company name.
when you subscribe to receive newsletters, event invitations, papers and podcasts or alerts for common projects with our partners: data such as your name, e-mail address, name of your organisation, position, whether you are a member of the press or not, topics of interests and preferred format (HTML/Plaintext).     
when you register for an event: data such as your name, e-mail address, name of your organisation, position and whether you would like to receive invitations for future events.   
when you become a member of EIPRHR: data such as your name, e-mail address, name of your organisation, position, country, date of election/nomination and duration of mandate, phone number and postal address.
when you contact us directly by e-mail, phone or otherwise: data such as your name, e-mail address, name of your organisation, phone number, the content of your correspondence with EIPRHR and any other personal data you provide that may be relevant to answering your question.
when you give us your business card: data such as your name, e-mail address, name of your organisation and phone number.  
when you apply for a job with EIPRHR: data such as your name, your contact information, your resume, your grades, your correspondence with EIPRHR and other documents you provide us with.
Information from other sources
 

We also collect information from other sources:

when you visit our building: data such as camera images processed by surveillance cameras at the entrance of our building.
when you browse our website: data we receive from cookie providers about your activity on our website.
when you interact with us on social media platforms: data we receive from social media platforms.
Automatically obtained information 
When you browse our website, we receive data from cookie providers about your activity on our website. This information does not allow us to identify you directly. Therefore, we cannot know who you are merely based on the automatically obtained information. We can combine the automatically obtained information with the information provided by you.
More information on the use of cookies by EIPRHR can be found in our cookie policy http://eiprhr.org/Privacy-and-Cookie-Policy/ .
 

4. For which purposes and on what legal basis do we process your personal data?

We process your personal data for the following purposes:

to protect our building from access by unauthorised persons;
to send you event invitations and notifications for new releases and content such as papers and podcasts, blog posts, our monthly newsletter or the newsletter about our joint activities with our partners;
to register your participation to events;
to register your membership;
to answer your questions and exchange information with you;
to add your contact details in our database; 
to contact you in the context of a selection and recruitment process;
to secure and improve our websites and newsletters;  
 

Depending on the individual case, the processing of your personal data is based on:

your consent, e.g. by ticking a box to this effect during your navigation on our site. In this case, you have the right to withdraw your consent for the future at all time (please refer to question 10);
your request to take certain steps prior to entering into a contract (such as an internship), or when the processing is necessary for the performance of a contract with you (such as the membership with EIPRHR);


5. With whom do we share your personal data?

EIPRHR shares your data with the following third parties:

service providers to provide services for us, such as marketing agencies, web hosting companies, mailing vendors (e.g. Mailchimp, Salesforce or Jotform);
service providers to provide services for us in relation to our activities, such as the organisation of (network) events (e.g. event agencies, event hosting services, hotels, …);

In addition, EIPRHR may be obliged to disclose your personal data if this is required by law or a court order.

In all cases, we are committed to ensuring the confidentiality of your data, which includes among other things that we conclude adequate contracts with our partners and service providers which impose confidentiality obligations on them.

 

6. Do we transfer your personal data outside the European Economic Area?

Some data may be stored or transferred outside the European Economic Area (EEA) for the purposes described in point 4 above. It is possible that this transfer occurs via third parties (as mentioned in point 5 above) established outside the EEA territory or because data are stored on a server located outside or accessible outside the EEA.

In this respect, EIPRHR is committed to ensuring an adequate level of protection for your data, in particular via an adequacy decision under article 45 GDPR for the country to which data are transferred (including certifications under the EU-US Privacy Shield), by concluding standard contractual clauses under article 46.2 GDPR, or by any other appropriate safeguards.

 

7. How are your personal data protected?

In order to guarantee the security of your personal data we have set in place a series of security measures and safeguards. Your personal data is stored on secure networks that may only be accessed by a limited number of persons holding special access rights and who undertake to respect and maintain its confidential nature.

Despite these measures, due care should be taken when storing and/or sharing your personal data, particularly when connecting via unsecure or public networks.

EIPRHR furthermore has committed to ensure that the service providers that process personal data on behalf of us also implement sufficient technical and organisational measures.

 

8. How long do we keep your personal data?

The collected data are kept as long as necessary to provide our services and for the purposes described in question 4 above, while taking into account our legal and contractual obligations. This means for example that we will no longer use your personal data to send you our newsletters if you have informed us that you no longer want to receive them. Personal data may be stored for a longer period in order to establish, exercise and defend our legal position in the event of claims or disputes.

In addition, you have the right to request the deletion of your data. Please refer in this regard to question 10 below.

 

9. What about links to other websites and social media?

The website of EIPRHR contains references (e.g. via hyperlinks) to other websites, which are offered by other organisations (e.g. organisations in our network) or by social media (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Youtube, LinkedIn). EIPRHR is not responsible for the processing of personal data via these websites. Nor does this Privacy policy apply to these websites. EIPRHR advises you to check the privacy policies of these social media platforms.

If you share content from our website via social media, your personal data will be visible for the visitors of these social media. EIPRHR is not responsible for the processing of personal data via these social media. Nor does this Privacy policy apply to these social media.

 

10. What are your rights as a data subject?

You have a number of rights with regard to your personal data. Some of these rights may be subject to conditions or exceptions.

You have a right of access to your data, a right to correct your data, a right to the erasure of your data, a right to limit the processing of your data and a right to ask the portability of your data.

You also have a right to object to the processing of your data in general as well as to the processing of your data for direct marketing and profiling purposes.

If the processing of your data is based on consent, you also have the right to withdraw your consent at any time, without this affecting the legitimacy of the processing done prior to the withdrawal of your consent.

You can send your request by e-mail to privacy.policy@eiprhr.org . To protect your privacy and security, we will take reasonable steps to verify your identity before processing your request.

In every e-mail that we send, there is an option to update your information or unsubscribe.

11. How can you contact us?

If you have further questions or complaints about this website or about this Privacy policy, you can also contact us:

by e-mail at privacy.policy@eiprhr.org 


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The European Institute of Policy Research and Human Rights (EIPRHR)  strives to keep the information on this website accurate and current, and we will make every effort to address errors as soon as possible. However, the content of this page is of a general nature, it can lack comprehensiveness, completeness and can be out of date.
This web page provides links to other websites over which our organisation has no control. Therefore, The European Institute of Policy Research and Human Rights does not accept responsibility for the information, advertisement or opinions expressed on these websites. The privacy policies on these websites can differ from our Centre’s privacy policy.
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