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The European Association for the Defence of Human Rights (AEDH)
Read attentively what follows to understand what information is collected, what are your rights and how your personal data are used by AEDH.
What personal information does AEDH collect?
When you visit this website, you preserve your anonymity. The information collected during browsing is used to analyse the use made of this website in order to improve it. No personal information is attached there.
AEDH collects personal data (such as surname, address, phone or email) only if you decide to provide them. For example, when you express the desire to become an individual member, to donate or to subscribe to our newsletter. AEDH is committed collecting only information needed for processing your request.
Why does AEDH collect personal data?
We collect, processes and uses your personal data:
- To send you, with your consent, the Newsletter, invitations and official statements of AEDH
- To answer all your questions and requests asked through the contact form
- To treat your candidature for a job
- Manage your membership
- To enable you to make a donation (AEDH does not preserve your credit card details)
- To carry out statistical analyses in order to improve the website
How is your personal data used by AEDH?
AEDH is committed to respecting the confidentiality of your personal data and to use them only for the purposes for which you may have communicated them. Your personal information will not be stored longer than necessary. For example, if you apply for an employment, the AEDH collects only the necessary information to treat your application.
Your personal data will neither be used for commercial purposes nor disclosed to third parties. In some instances, however, AEDH may be compelled to transmit your data when the law requires it or on a legal injunction. Any personal information provided to AEDH is held with the utmost care and security. However, AEDH declines any liability with regard to information security.
What are your rights?
It is you who decide to give your information. The storage of your personal information on the AEDH website is optional.
If you do not want to provide them, you can still browse the AEDH website, but it will be impossible for you to carry out certain operation like subscribing to the newsletter, become an individual member or to donate.
Right to access, withdrawal and modification
You always have the right to access your personal information, to rectify it or have it withdrawn; for example, by updating it or by asking for its removal from our mailing list. To exert this right, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org enclosing a copy of an ID document (e.g. identity card, passport or driving license)
What is a “cookie”?
A “cookie” is a small file of written information that your browser memorizes when you visit a website. Its purpose is to collect certain information to analyse the activity of the site and to facilitate your navigation.
Cookies retain for example your linguistic preference so that you do not have to select it again the next time you visit the site. In no case do cookies emitted by www.aedh.eu collect your name or your email.
For more information on cookies:
How are cookies used by AEDH?
- To compile statistical data concerning the use of the site in order to improve it
- To share our webpages on social networks
- To facilitate user browsing
The AEDH uses various types of cookies:
- Functional cookies
- Performance cookies and audience measurement
- Third-party cookies
1. Functional cookies
These cookies are essential to operate the website optimally.
|Supplier||Cookie name||Function||Retention period||Status|
|aedh.eu||PHPSESSID||Session ID||Expires at the end of the session||Required|
|aedh.eu||_icl_current_language||Cookie to save linguistic preferences||2 days||Required|
|aedh.eu||ginger-cookie||Cookie to display cookie notification and save your choice for the next visit.||1 day||Required|
|Thimpress||thimpress_donate_info||Cookie to donate||12 h||Required|
2. Performance cookies and audience measurement
With the aim of adapting the site according to visitor requests, we measure the number of visits, pages viewed, visitor activity on the site and how frequently visitors return.
|Fournisseur||Nom du Cookie||Fonction||Durée de conservation||Statut|
Cookies to collect information on the use of the site (such as the number of visitors, number of visited pages) in order to create a better service.
3. Third-party cookies
To improve its interactivity, the AEDH website is supported by services offered by third-party sites.
- Share buttons (Twitter, Facebook, Google +, Fancy, Pinterest)
- Feed of Tweets and Facebook posts
- Videos posted on the site (Youtube)
How to disable cookies?
If you wish to disable some or all cookies on your device, you can do it according to the parameters of your browser. However, your user experience on this site could be less good.
Discharge of responsibility
Or by post:
Association Européenne pour la défense des Droits de l’Homme
Rue de la Caserne, 33