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Collection of personal information
The Commonwealth Foundation is subject to the General Data Protection Regulation and the Data Protection Act 2018.
Online sign up forms
As part of our efforts to ensure the privacy of data coming from our online sign up forms, your details will be held securely for the purpose of updating you on our grants programme, job opportunities and the delivery of our newsletter. Your details will not be passed to any third party. If you wish to stop receiving information from us via our mailing lists, please use the unsubscribe feature available in each communication.
If you are attending an online event
We will collect your contact details via a secure registration portal in order to facilitate your attendance and participation at the event you have registered for.
The Foundation may extract statistical information—such as attendance figures—from the data collected in order to improve its online events. That information and the data on which it is based will not identify individuals. We may also use this data and information in our reporting to stakeholders.
Your contact details will be held securely on our mailing lists for the purpose of updating you on our online events. Your details will not be passed to any third party. If you wish to stop receiving information from us via our mailing lists, please use the unsubscribe feature available in each communication.
Any information provided to us via a job, grant or short story application submission will be held securely and will not be shared with any third party. Any subsequent communications will relate only to the opportunity applied for.
We may collect personal information without you entering it on the site, including by obtaining it from public sources, in person or from third parties, and use it to send you information we think may be of interest to you, where permitted by law. If you don’t want to receive information from us, please reply to the communication or use the unsubscribe feature available in each communication and we will remove you from our lists.