gLAWcal Privacy Policy

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gLAWcal - Global Law Initiatives for Sustainable Development (hereinafter gLAWcal or we) developed a comprehensive privacy policy in order to assist and inform users on the collection and use of personal data as defined by the Art. 4 of the EU Regulation 2016/679 General Data Protection Regulation (hereinafter GDPR) effective from May,25 2018. The following privacy policy applies to all pages hosted on this site and to all services offered by gLAWcal.

By submitting your data to gLAWcal you are accepting the following Privacy Policy. gLAWcal website may contain links to other websites. On these links gLAWcal does not retain any kind of control on how the data are used, collected and processed. Please have a look at their privacy policy to have more information on how they use your personal data. gLAWcal abide to all the relevant UK Data Protection Law and to the GDPR.  

Information about gLAWcal

gLAWcal - Global Law Initiatives for Sustainable Development (hereinafter gLAWcal or we) developed a comprehensive privacy policy in order to assist and inform users on the collection and use of personal data as defined by the Art. 4 of the EU Regulation 2016/679 General Data Protection Regulation (hereinafter GDPR) effective from May,25 2018.

The following privacy policy applies to all pages hosted on this site and to all services offered by gLAWcal. gLAWcal website may contain links to other websites. On these links gLAWcal does not retain any kind of control on how the data are used, collected and processed. Please have a look at their privacy policy to have more information on how they use your personal data.

By submitting your data to gLAWcal you are accepting the following Privacy Policy.  gLAWcal abide to all the relevant UK Data Protection Law and to the GDPR.  

What information gLAWcal collects?

gLAWcal Privacy Policy applies to information we collect on:

· Users of gLAWcal Website
· People who participate to gLAWcal events and grant their consent
· People that subscribe to gLAWcal Newsletters and Journals
· Job applicants, volunteers, collaborators and former employees


When a user visits gLAWcal website (http://www.glawcal.org.uk/) we rely on a third-party service: Google Analytics. Google Analytics is a web-service provided by Google to have more information on the traffic of our website and to offer you the best experience as possible. The data are collected, in Google words, “by the inclusion of a block of JavaScript code on pages in your website. When users to your website view a page, this JavaScript code references a JavaScript file which then executes the tracking operation for Analytics.” What really matter is that in no way trough Google Analytics gLAWcal can obtain the identity of the users. At the following website you can find more information on how Google use your data.

gLAWcal website is hosted by 1and1 and some of the information are stored in Webflow. We used Webflow to build our website and, currently, as a Content Management System. Webflow implemented a new privacy and cookie policy to follow GDPR. The latest version of Webflow Privacy policy could be found here.

When you apply for a position at gLAWcal (Job, Internship, Volunteer, External Collaborator) we will use your information only to process your application. We do not share with third party and we do not use for marketing purposes your personal data.

gLAWcal uses a third party service to communicate with users: Mailchimp. Mailchimp is used to gather statistics on email openings and clicks to better our way we communicate with you. Please refer to Mailchimp’s Privacy policy to have more information on GDPR compliance.

All the information that users provide to gLAWcal are securely held and no third party have access to users' information.

cookies

gLAWcal uses Cookies to improve your browsing experience. We use only first party cookies (_gat, _gid, _ga) and we do not share any cookies to third parties. Please refer to the following website to have a clear and easy to understand explanation of Cookies.

Who has access to your data?

Within our organization only the Team Members specifically authorized by the Director can access your data. Training and workshops on how to keep safe and how to properly use your data are organized for gLAWcal Team Members by the Director.

gLAWcal does not share or sell any of your personal data with other organizations and/or third party.

What are your rights?

· Right of information
· Right of access
· Right to rectification
· Right to erasure (‘right to be forgotten’)
· Right to restriction of processing
· Right to data portability
· Right to object


A specific explanation on how you can exercise your rights could be found here

How to contact gLAWcal?

If you have any questions doubts or you simply need a clarification on how we use, collect and store your data you can contact gLAWcal at research@glawcal.org.uk