ENOC - the European Network of Ombudspersons for Children - respects the privacy of its website “Users”.
We have set up policies and procedures to make sure that personal data is processed safely and securely, in line with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
2. Data collected by ENOC from members and external partners and how we use it
ENOC is committed to safeguarding your privacy and collects personally identifiable information from you if you voluntarily supply it – through applications for memberships and/or by registration at meetings or events. Thus, most of the data gathered was transmitted to ENOC voluntarily by our Members and external partners.
By becoming a member of ENOC, you allow ENOC to record and store, for the purposes mentioned above, the following information:
Identification data, i.e., name and first name, email address and professional contact details of the legal representative and of other staff;
All communications transmitted through the Website / email / post;
Any other information voluntarily transmitted to ENOC by the Member for a specific purpose.
Registration / Participation at events
ENOC organizes various events, including trainings and capacity building activities. For this purpose, we collect the name, contact details such as e-mail addresses and telephone numbers as well as job role and address. We also gather information about which ENOC meetings and events you were interested in / you took part in and we store this information on our server, in the contact database. Likewise, communications with you, especially emails, are stored on our mail server.
If you are participating in ENOC meetings or events, we will ask you for the consent to be listed on the participants list with your name, organization and e-mail address. You can refuse to be shown on the participants list at any time.
The participation data is also accessible to other members, this helps for further knowledge sharing in between of the meetings and events. Other meeting and event participants might contact you directly.
You can at any time request us to delete all your data by writing to email@example.com.
We do not sell any data to third parties.
3. Your use of the data you have access to
A key to knowledge sharing is, of course, networking and we want to stimulate exchange and direct contact among our members and external partners. The transfer of any data, which you gathered in one of our meetings and events, to third parties without having explicit consent is prohibited.
4. Data controller
The data controller for the data gathered via the above-mentioned channels is ENOC, having its registered offices at Council of Europe « Agora Building » Office n° B5 07V 67075 Strasbourg Cedex
All questions or requests you may have regarding this policy and the processing of your personal data may be addressed to: firstname.lastname@example.org