Our privacy statement
We protect the privacy of the information you provide us with, and always treat this information confidentially. Below you can read in our privacy statement how we handle your data.
Use of your data
When you register with Diversity Works via the website, your data will be saved so that we can approach you for events if permission has been given. When registering for the mentor programme, the data will be used to introduce you to mentors or mentees, by means of the application form with explanation. This is only done with your permission.
We ask you to share certain personal data in order to provide you with the best possible service.
The personal data includes your:
Contact details, including name, email and phone number
Personal data including age, region and work experience
Data processing and security
Diversity Works is itself responsible for the processing of personal data obtained and only provides insight into this data to authorised employees. These employees must adhere to a confidentiality clause. Diversity Works has taken appropriate measures to protect your personal data against any form of unlawful processing and/or loss. The person with main responsibility for monitoring this data is: Audrey Toren.
Providing data to third parties
Diversity Works only provides data to mentors or mentees as described under point 1, in order to achieve our business objectives. Diversity Works is not responsible for compliance with privacy legislation by these parties. Diversity Works accepts no liability in any way for any damage resulting from the use of the information you provide by its selected mentors or mentees, to whom your information is provided after you have given permission. Diversity Works will not distribute or disclose your data to third parties, other than as described above, without your prior consent, unless it is obliged to do so on the basis of the law, ollective labour agreement (CAO), rules of conduct or a court order.
Diversity Works stores the data you submit for a maximum of 3 years. We use this information so that we can approach you for events organised by us. If you agree with the privacy statement, you give permission to store this data for a maximum of 3 years after registration and for us to contact you.
Data removal or a complaint?
You have the right at all times to have your data removed or to make adjustments to it. If you wish to be removed from the database, or if you have questions about the management of your privacy, please contact the data protection officer: Audrey Toren via email@example.com.
If you do not agree with our privacy statement, unfortunately we cannot include you in our database and we cannot approach you for events or participation in programmes.
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Which cookies do we use?
The Diversity Works website only uses functional and analytics cookies. These cookies are necessary for the proper functioning of the website and for analysing browsing behaviour to improve the website. This data is completely anonymous and will not be passed on to other parties. We do not use marketing cookies.
The Analytical cookies used are described below.
Used to measure the speed of the request.
Used to differentiate between users.
Analytical cookie that measures website visits and is used to distinguish between users (anonymous).
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