ECO-UNESCO Privacy At A Glance
ECO-UNESCO values privacy. Here's a quick summary of how we collect, process and protect your data.
Types of data we collect
- Contact details when you contact us, work with us, or participate in our programmes.
- Your IP address when you use our website
- Some sensitive personal information (e.g. medical) for participants taking part in our workshops.
How we use your data
- To run our programmes
- To monitor and evaluate our impact
- To work with partners and funders
Third parties who process your data
The following companies help ECO-UNESCO carry out our work by storing or processing your data on our behalf.
- Microsoft – email, document storage & productivity, data analytics
- Google – website analytics, online advertising, signup forms
- Hubspot – website contact forms
- Salesforce – participant and partner relationship management
- PayPal – online payments and donations
- Quality & Qualifications Ireland (QQI) - providing accredited qualifications to participants
- Contrctors supporting our IT, HR, and Finance systems.
What data do we share?
- As little as possible
- With your informed consent
- Anonymised whenever possible
- When legally required to do so
- We only implement cookies to enable functionality on our website, and to monitor the site's effectiveness and impact.
- You can turn off cookies in your browser without missing out on too much. Some forms, or social media links won't work but the core content will be just fine.
When and how we collect data
Data you actively provide
Data we collect
When you call us
When you visit our website
When you email us
When you interact with us on social media
When you join our programmes
When you open or lick links in our e-magazine
When you sign up for our e-magazine
When you work for (or with) us
Know your rights
- To receive a copy of the data we hold about you
- To have us correct or update data we hold about you
- To have us delete the data we hold about you (subject to a few limitations)
- Take your data to another organisation or service
- To make a complaint to the Data Protection Commissioner.