Data protection protects a person’s rights when processing personal data. Protect Children’s employees, partners and supporters in connection with the association’s activities have the right to the protection of their personal data. The association operates in accordance with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and other good data protection practices. Protect Children is committed to protecting the privacy of those who participate in its activities and use Protect Children’s content. Through our means of good data protection practices we ensure that all participant information remains confidential.
2. Controller & data protection officer
Suojellaan Lapsia ry/ Protect Children
Sörnäistenkatu 15 C, 5. floor, 00580 Helsinki, Finland
The data controller and data protection officer is the organization’s Executive Director Nina Vaaranen-Valkonen.
Contact details: +358 40747 8829 firstname.lastname@example.org
Only employees of Protect Children process the collected personal data.
3. The purposes of the processing for which the personal data are intended & the legal basis for the processing
Protect Children collects personal data for the purposes of the organization of its events, which requires providing an e-mail address, name and surname. The collection of this personal data is based on the data subject’s own given consent.
Protect Children also collects personal data for the purposes of its subscription services, based on the data subject’s own given consent. Such subscription services include Protect Children’s newsletter and subscribing to receive press releases. Subscribing to receive press releases requires giving the following information: e-mail address. Subscribing to the newsletter requires giving the following information: name and surname, e-mail address. The personal data collected for purposes of the newsletter and press releases are stored in the database of Mailchimp, a company operating in the United States of America, in accordance with obligations posed by the GDPR and American data privacy laws. More detailed information about Mailchimp’s data privacy practices can be found here. Personal data collected by Protect Children for other purposes are not released to any third parties.
Protect Children also collects personal data through its website’s contact form indicated for booking training sessions or applying to become a volunteer, based on the data subject’s own given consent. To send an inquiry for trainings, data subjects are required to give the following personal data: name, surname, e-mail address. Data subjects may optionally also provide the following personal data: phone number and employer. Applying to become a volunteer requires giving up the following personal data: name, surname, e-mail address, phone number.
Protect Children also collects personal data from participants to the “Justice Initiative'' project, based upon the data subject’s own given consent. Participants are required to give the following personal data: name and surname, address, contact information (phone number and e-mail address) and in some cases a bank account number, for the purposes of compensating fees related to the project.
Protect Children also collects personal data from participants to the “You are Enough” peer support groups, based on the data subject’s own given consent. Participants are required to give the following personal data: name and surname, address and contact information (e-mail address and phone number) as well as their current employment status.
Protect Children also collects personal data from participants to the “Our Voice” survivor group. Participants are requested to give the following personal data: name, age and contact information (e-mail address) as well as their current employment status.
Protect Children’s Executive Director processes the organization’s internal personal data for purposes of the daily functioning of the organization (including the following functions: payroll, accounting and internal accounting, invoicing), as well as for providing information on upcoming events. These activities comply with the GDPR, as well as with general good data protection practices. Protect Children complies with the obligations under the Finnish Associations Act (503/1989) and the GDPR.
4. The processing of registered personal data & the period for which the personal data will be stored
Protect Children abides by data privacy laws and good data protection practices when processing personal data. We process personal data in a confidential and safe manner. We process and store data only for as long as their intended purpose remains relevant, e.g., for the duration of a subscription or duration of participation in a project. Subscribers to the newsletter and press releases have the right to interrupt their subscription at any time, whereafter their data will be removed.
5. The rights of the data subject
The data subject has the right to request access from the controller to and rectification or erasure of personal data or restriction of processing concerning the data subject or to object to processing. These things can be requested from the controller and data protection officer. The data subject has the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority if they find that the data protection regulation has been infringed upon in the processing of their personal data. In Finland the supervisory authority is the Office of the Data Protection Ombudsman.
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