Last updated: May 2018
The mission of the National Children’s Network is to advocate for the rights and well-being of children by uniting and developing a wide, publicly significant network of organizations and followers.
Through this policy, we would like to declare our commitment as a registered data administrator, that we implement it in full compliance with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
From 25 May 2018, new rules for the implementation of GDPR entered in force. Its purpose is to unify the policies of the EU Member States related to the collection, processing and storage of personal data. The rules guarantee the right of every individual to privacy and protected personal data. GDPR was developed in accordance with the privacy measures of each of us.
NNC as a network organization and as a data controller maintains personal data that is voluntarily provided through direct communication and through the official NNC websites and mutually agreed upon engagements regulated under NNC General Data protection Regulation.
The main communication channel for our stakeholders and followers is e-mail. The NNC periodically sends up-to-date information in a monthly newsletter in English to its members, the monthly newsletter to a wider range of interested recipients, news about upcoming events, programs, competitions, and results from studies and analyzes of children and family.
The data serving these information purposes are the e-mail, the name and surname of the recipient, as well as an organization that he / she represents or is part of it. The data may also contain e-mail only to recipients of the monthly newsletter in case the recipient does not wish to enter his or her name and organizational identity.
At any time, the recipient of up-to-date news in the newsletter may unsubscribe from the mailing lists for which he/she is subscribed.
NNC does not provide the personal data it uses for its information purposes to third parties. NNC has the right to provide the available information when it is required by law and when it deems it necessary to protect its rights.
The term for the storage of personal data is tied to the grounds for its storage – for example: a registered recipient of the monthly bulletin has given its consent to the NNC to collect and process information about it. At any time, the recipient of the information could unsubscribe.
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