Arts Emergency has supplied the information on this website for individuals and organisations seeking to find out more about the issues affecting children and young people, the work of Arts Emergency and how to get involved.
The Arts Emergency Service, Unit C8, 3 Bradbury Street, London, N16 8JN, a company registered by guarantee (number 07655709) and registered charity (number 1152377) is the data controller.
This means that Arts Emergency is responsible for storing and using the information our supporters and the people who are involved with our projects give us in a safe and legal way.
We comply with the requirements of the Data Protection Act 1998 and, with effect from 25th May 2018, with the General Data Protection Regulation.
We only record your personal information when you give it to us. This may include your name, contact details and information about your education and employment (so that you can use our services as a young person or volunteer/mentor). We monitor the diversity of the people who work with us so we are sure that we are reaching the right people and so we may also ask you to give us sensitive personal data (for example, whether you have a disability).
We will collect this information when you contact Arts Emergency, register on our websites, make a donation to us or register to receive e-newsletters.
When we collect this personal information we will say if we will use it to contact you in the future about Arts Emergency’s work. If you do not want this to happen you will be able to choose not to receive those types of communications by checking certain boxes on the forms we use to collect your data.
You can also exercise the right at any time by contacting us at email@example.com or at Unit C8, 3 Bradbury Street, London, N16 8JN.
What do we do with your personal information?
We only use your information for the reasons you gave it to us, and we are required by law to make sure it is kept securely. We use established security technologies and have internal procedures in place to help protect your personal information from attempts to access, steal, use or share it.
If you subscribe to receive e-newsletters, we will use your email address to send you information about our projects, important issues and changes to the website.
If you sign up to be a member of our network we will use the information provided so that you can participate in our projects, so we can contact you with other ways you can get involved, and to keep you up to date with the work we are doing.
If you have requested information to be sent to you, we will only use the contact details you provide to send you that type of information in the future. Each communication you receive will give you details of how to stop receiving information from Arts Emergency.
Personal information will not be passed on to other companies for marketing reasons.
We may make some of the individual pieces of information you give us anonymous – for example, the city you live in or the subjects you studied – and share that anonymous data with research partners, so that we can be part of research projects which help us in our campaigns, but nothing that identifies you personally will be shared with another company.
The only exceptions to this are when:
Sending information outside the European Economic Area (EEA)
None of your personal information will be sent to, or stored by, services which are operating outside the EEA, unless the service to which the personal data is transferred ensures an adequate level of protection for the data subjects’ rights and freedoms.
How long we will keep your personal information
We will keep your information while you are participating in our projects, or until a review of our records shows that you have not been involved with us for two years, or until you ask us to delete it.
Keeping your information up-to-date
If at anytime you would like:
please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or at Unit C8, 3 Bradbury Street, London, N16 8JN
If you have a complaint about how we have used your personal information, please email us.
If you are not satisfied with our response, you can complain to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) www.ico.org.uk
We may make changes to this policy from time to time. We will state clearly on our website any substantial changes to the way in which we use your personal information and any such amendments will be agreed at board level.