The LEARNING FOR CHANGE Foundation follows rules and procedures to ensure compliance with current national and European legislation on personal data protection. In this regard, the Foundation collects and processes personal data in a lawful and conscientious way keeps it with care and security and does not provide it to third parties illegally.
Electronic addresses and contact phone
The e-mail addresses provided by you as participants in our events, surveys, subscriptions to online information, and other activities (training, seminars, programs, etc.) will only be used to provide information and opportunities for engaging in activities with the increase of the quality of the Youth work, the non-formal learning and the personal and professional development of the young people in Bulgaria and abroad.
In case you have made a request to us through our contact form from the LEARNING FOR CHANGE Foundation website or directly to our e-mail address, your contact details (names and e-mail address) will only be used for the purpose of answering the inquiry. These data will not be further processed and stored without your consent.
If you want to unsubscribe from our e-mail address list, you can do so at any time, as indicated in any of the emails you receive or by contacting us. The LEARNING FOR CHANGE Foundation does not provide electronic addresses from its database unlawfully to third parties nor does it use them for marketing purposes. Upon deletion, LEARNING FOR CHANGE Foundation deletes your e-mail address forever.
We use a variety of security methods, such as encryption and authorization systems, to maintain the security of your information. The information for you that we have is only available to a limited number of our team members who have signed that they will not provide it to third parties.
Your rights as data subjects, their way of exercising and protection
Every individual has the following rights in respect of his or her personal data processed by the LEARNING FOR CHANGE Foundation:
- the right to information;
- the right of access to his or her personal data;
- right of rectification;
- the right of deletion;
- the right to restrict the processing;
- data portability;
- the right to object to the processing of his / her personal data.
The data subject’s right to information is made available through the brief, comprehensible and easily accessible information provided in this document that pertains to the processing. Additional information related to the processing of personal data by the LEARNING FOR CHANGE Foundation, which is due under the current regulations, can be obtained as a data subject by submitting an electronic application to the Foundation’s e-mail: email@example.com
The rights listed in points 2 to 7 can be exercised by submitting an electronic application to the LEARNING FOR CHANGE Foundation e-mail address.
The rights of data subjects are interpreted in the sense embodied in the provisions of Chapter Three of (Regulation (EC) 2016/679).
In the case of a complaint concerning the exercise of those rights, the data subject has the right to request a review of his case and, in the case of a refusal to review, to file a complaint with the Supervisory Authority, the Personal Data Protection Commission.