Your personal integrity is important to us at the Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights (hereafter “RWI”). In accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (EU 2016/679) (hereafter “GDPR”), which has been in force since 25th of May 2018, you have the right to receive certain information about personal data we process about you.
RWI is responsible for your personal data
As a data controller RWI (organisation number 845001-3548) will take reasonable steps to ensure the protection of your personal integrity during the processing of your personal data in accordance with current data protection laws and the personal data policy of the RWI. In case of any questions contact us at email@example.com.
Processing of your personal data
|Categories of data subjects||Why do we collect your personal data? Some examples:||What legal grounds do we use?|
|Job applicants||· Enable recruiting processes.
· Defend legal claims.
|Consent / legitimate interest|
|Scholarship applicants||· Grant scholarships.||Consent / agreement|
|Contacts at prospective cooperation or partnership organisations||· Evaluate and enter into an agreement with the organization.||Legitimate interest|
|Lund University Research Hub contacts||· Cooperate and create the platform for Human Rights Research.||Consent / legitimate interest|
|Newsletter subscribers||· Send newsletters and press releases.||Consent|
|Participants in our programmes||· Administer program participants, including fees and payments.||Legal obligation / agreement|
|Participants of our podcast||· Publish podcast episodes.||Legitimate interest|
· Fulfil our legal obligations.
|Agreement / legal obligation|
|Contact person of our subcontractors or agreement partners||· Enter into or fulfil an agreement.
· Administer payments and invoices.
|Employees of RWI or Lund University or external researchers||· See the Privacy Regulation regarding Employees.
· Communicate with researchers and publish their work.
|Members of the board||· Carry out their commitments.||Legal obligation legitimate interest|
|Resource persons||· To be able to connect resource persons.
· Publishing on social media.
|Legitimate interest / legal obligation / agreement|
How long do we save your personal data?
Who has access to my personal data?
We make sure to limit access to your personal data by ensuring that only the staff that needs it have access to your personal data.
Some of our activities extend outside the EU/EEA (“third country”). For the processing of your personal data that may be outside of this area, we have taken appropriate protection measures in order to reach as high a level of protection as possible. We will inform you if your personal data is transferred outside of the EU/EEA.
You have certain rights to information and control over our processing of personal data. These rights include:
- The right to access
- The right to rectification
- The right to erasure
- The right to object
- The right to restriction
- The right to data portability
Contacts / Policy Owner
To be able to answer your requests as quickly as possible we ask that you first contact our Privacy Officer firstname.lastname@example.org. We will answer your request within one month after receiving it. In order for us to protect your rights, we do however first need to be able to correctly identify you.
If you are of the opinion that RWI does not process your personal data correctly or in accordance with GDPR you are entitled to contact The Swedish Data Protection Authority (Datainspektionen) to make complaints (https://www.datainspektionen.se/kontakta-oss/).
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