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Updates to our Terms and Conditions
Ownership of the Practitioner Hub for Inclusive Business will soon shift from Ashley Insight to the Inclusive Business Action Network within GIZ. To enable a smooth transition and comply with data protection regulation, we would like to ask you to agree to the following declaration of consent to remain a member of the platform and continue to receive our updates.
Declaration of consent for members of the Practitioner Hub for Inclusive Business on the storage and use of personal data by the Inclusive Business Action Network within GIZ in Bonn.
As the protection of personal data is very important for GIZ, this declaration explains what data relating to members of the Practitioner Hub for Inclusive Business is stored and the purpose for which it is used.
Profile data that are/were transmitted in connection with registering at the Platform will be stored on GIZ servers.
When signing up to the platform by creating a profile, you will be asked to submit account details and profile data. The account details are only visible to you, but the profile data will be displayed publicly on the website. With the sign-up your data is collected, processed and used to
communicate with you via mailings (e.g. receive newsletters),
answer your requests,
enable you to leave comments,
enable you to post blogs and communicate with other users,
invite and register you for events such as online courses, use learning platforms,
ask you to take part in user surveys - voluntary and anonymous (it is not possible for GIZ to establish any link between the participant and a completed questionnaire form) and
manage discussion fora.
Note that your blog posting and commenting is publicly visible. Interaction in discussion fora is only visible to the respective group.
GIZ uses appropriate technical and organisational measures to secure your data against unintentional or intentional falsification, destruction, loss or access by unauthorised persons. Access to your personal data is restricted to GIZ staff from the Inclusive Business Action Network who need to process the data for the above-mentioned purpose, and who will handle the information you provide in a proper and confidential manner.
The data will not be passed on to any other third parties. Before data is passed on to other individuals or institutions outside GIZ and the organisations/entities mentioned above – even in an anonymised form – the person responsible will contact the data subjects concerned.
The data will be used exclusively for the declared purposes. Any other use will always be dependent on your consent being obtained again.
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The person signing this declaration is entitled to enquire about his/her personal data, to have the data corrected if necessary, and to demand that the data be erased. The data will then be erased. The consent given to use personal data can also be revoked at any time.
To revoke your consent, please send an email or fax to: firstname.lastname@example.org
I hereby consent to my personal data being stored by GIZ and being viewed for the use described. This consent shall remain valid during your membership. The membership can only be agreed on upon this consent.