Protecting the privacy of our supporters and defending their personal data is a job we take very seriously.
The personal data we collect is treated according to the European and Italian regulations; here you will find information on the use and access to such data.
For any further information or request please write to us at [email protected]
In accordance with art. 13 and art. 14 of the EU Regulation 2016/679 on the Protection of Personal Data, the following text gives the methods we use with respect to the privacy of this site’s visitors, describing how we collect, use and protect personal information, their recognised rights and the ways in which they may contact us.
GVC – Gruppo di Volontariato Civile Onlus / Ong (herein also referred to as “GVC”). HQ: Via Francesco Baracca, 3 | 40133 | Bologna
The purpose of data treatment
Through our website, we collect personal information, which visitors are free to provide via the dedicated forms, orders, questionnaires, donations or requests, or by sending emails, in order to:
- Satisfy the specific request of the user;
- Send news, updates and the promotion of events, activities and other projects;
- Support our projects with a Donation;
- Allow for spontaneous applications or applications for openings to be sent;
- Profile the actions you take in favour of GVC, your preferences and socio-demographic characteristics.
- Conduct statistical studies;
The concession of such data is optional however it is necessary for satisfying the visitor’s requests and for perfecting the relationship between the two sides. Such use of data follows the principle expressed by art. 6 of the Regulation, according to which the use of personal data is allowed if necessary for the correct execution of services required by the individual whose data is in question. The concession of data for promotional and profiling purposes is optional, the refusal of which does not bring about any consequences, except for the impossibility for the User to receive promotional material concerning our activities and projects.
The types of data collected
To use personal data means its collection, registration, organisation, conservation, elaboration, modification, selection, extraction, cross-reference, treatment, interaction, containment, communication, distribution and the combination of two or more of these actions, even with automated systems which record, manage and transmit the same data, using tools which are capable of ensuring its safety and privacy.
As for safety, the database is only accessible by personnel authorised by the Controller. All the above-listed actions relative to your data and its use in general will take place following procedures and with tools which are capable of ensuring their privacy. Whether these actions take place via electronic and/or automated systems or non-automated means (such as physical archives), all systems will be provided with adequate safety measures, in accordance with the EU Regulation 2016/679 regarding the Protection of Personal Data, in order to prevent the loss of data, its illicit/incorrect use or unauthorised access to it.
Communicating the data to third parties
Without prejudice to any communications which are required by law, GVC will communicate the data provided by visitors only to providers selected to support the required service, referred to as External Managers of data use, such as: commercial and operational partners responsible for logistics and delivery; banks responsible for payment management, including electronic remote payment service providers; consultants and collaborators responsible for providing (for example) tax, accounting or legal advice, provided these same subjects may not in turn communicate the same data to third parties; subjects who provide services for IT, database and telecom networks management; subjects who carry out revisions, assessments and certification.
Links with third part websites
Use of Social Media
All personal data conferred via the website will be kept for a time which is necessary for the complete satisfaction of the request, or which depends on exercising the obligations established between the parties, without prejudice to the data-subject’s right to withdraw their consent at any time.
In accordance with the EU Regulation 679/2016, the data-subject is entitles to: the right to request access to their personal data from the Data Controller (art. 15), their correction (art. 16), their deletion (art. 17) or for the use of the data in question to be limited (art. 18), the right to data portability (art. 20) or to oppose the use of the data (art. 21), and the right to not be subject to decisions made on the basis of automated systems, including profiling, which may produce relevant legal effects or which may in the same way have a significant effect on their person (art. 22). If the use of personal data is based on the explicit consent you have provided, in accordance with art. 7 paragraph 3 of the Regulation, you are entitled to unsubscribe from the newsletter or to revoke your consent to receive communications and updates for marketing and commercial purposes. You are also entitled to the right to lodge a complaint to the competent Authority (art. 77 of the Regulation) if you believe the use of your data by the Data Controller is not compliant. All requests may be made to the Data Controller by writing to [email protected]
GVC reserves the right to change this policy as necessary.
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The general system implemented by the Privacy Authority (GU n. 126 of 3rd June 2014) defines two kinds of cookie:
- Technical cookies – Used in order to allow a communication to be sent, a service requested by the client to be satisfied or data regarding the use of the website to be elaborated.
- Profiling cookies – Used in order to register the behaviour of a user and the preferences they show, as to send them marketing material which is tailored to their interests.
Regarding the above-mentioned system, MIGRA-INFO.ORG uses the following kinds of cookie:
- Essential cookies
“Essential” cookies are cookies which are necessary for allowing the required functions to be operational. Some functions of MIGRA-INFO.ORG cannot be operational without the use of such cookies, therefore not only is the user’s experience dependent on them, but also the site’s usefulness. The essential cookies for the use of the website are exempt from having to be communicated to the user in accordance with the EU directive, however we prefer you have a complete understanding of the relative information.
- Technical cookies
These cookies allow for certain parts of the site to function. Their purpose is to maintain an active session between the user and the site, while also maintaining the user’s choice of preferred language. They are memorised by the browser however it is possible to delete or deactivate their memorisation; this will compromise the functionality of certain services of the website. The user’s consent is not needed for the use of these cookies.
- Profiling cookies
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GVC owns the site, which it updates and manages autonomously.
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The material contained in the website is protected by copyright. The use of the site is only personal and not commercial. For this reason, it is forbidden to copy, modify, upload or download, transmit, publish or distribute the content or brands of the site to third parties for commercial ends or any other ends. The user, for only personal or professional reasons and never commercial, may download texts or any other site content and distribute them via the web by printing it, provided the source is clearly and explicitly indicated when they do so.
0The site may provide access links for other entities or companies: GVC cannot be held responsible for their availability, content, products and offered services, nor for any damage or loss that may derive from their use. It is not responsible for the methods or purposes of the collection and treatment of personal data by such third parties.
GVC cannot be held responsible for damages of any kind which derive from accessing, or not being able to access, this site, nor from the use of this site and its contents.
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