This website is property of Development and Humanitarian learning in action (Dahlia) with VAT nº 1164136, Unit 23 Canalot Studios, 222 Kensal Road, London, W10 5BN, UK and registered in the Companies House on 01/08/2014 under the company number 9158187.
This website is ruled by the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (General Data Protection Regulation) applicable in UK and the EU, and both nationals and foreigners are subject to it.
Access to our website is free and is subject to prior reading and expressly acceptance of these General Conditions of use, therefore, we ask you (as the USER) to read them carefully. When you access our website, its contents or services, you accept and are subject to these General Conditions, if you do not agree with these Conditions, you should abstain from using it.
At any time, we can modify the presentation and/or configuration of our website, expand or reduce services, and even delete it from the network, as well as the services and content provided, without prior notice.
A. INTELECTUAL PROPERTY
All content, texts, images, trademarks, and source codes are owned by Dahlia or by the third parties who gave us their consent to use them, and are protected by Intellectual and Industrial Property Rights.
The User only has the right to its private use, without profit, and needs express authorisation from the owner of the content, to modify, reproduce, exploit, distribute, or exercise any right belonging to it.
B. ACCESS CONDITIONS
Access to our website is free and does not require subscription or registration.
The User must access our website in accordance to: good faith, the rules of public order and these General Conditions of use. Access to our website is made under the your only and exclusive responsibility, who will be held liable in all cases for any damages that may cause.
Considering the inability to control the information, content and services included in other websites that can be accessed through the links provided in our website, we are exempt from any liability for damages of any kind that may arise from the use of these websites, outside our company.
- Who is responsible for processing your data (controller)
- For what purposes we collect the data that we request
- What is the legitimacy for the data use
- For how long we keep the data
- To which recipients may your data be shared with
- Which rights you have and how to exercise them
1. Controller details:
Development and Humanitarian learning in action (Dahlia) with VAT nº 1164136, Unit 23 Canalot Studios, 222 Kensal Road, London, W10 5BN, UK . email@example.com
2. Purpose, legitimacy, period of storage of data sent by:
Purpose: Provide the means for you to contact us and answer your requests, as well as send you communications about our products, services and activities, including by electronic means (email, etc.).
Legitimacy: As the User you give your consent to request information through our contact form by clicking the acceptance button.
Period of storage: Once your request is solved through our form or answered by email, we will we will no longer store your data.
Purpose: To answer your requests, questions or doubts. In case of receiving your Curriculum Vitae (CV), your personal and curricular data may be stored in our databases to participate in our present and/or future selection processes.
Legitimacy: As the User you give your consent by sending us an e-mail to request information or send us your CV to participate in our selection processes.
Obligation to provide us with your personal data and consequences of not doing so.
The provision of personal data requires a minimum age of 14 years or, where appropriate, the minimum age established by the applicable data protection regulations.
The personal information requested is necessary to manage your requests, so if you do not provide it, we cannot help you correctly or provide the service you requested.
3. Recipients of your data:
Your data is confidential and will not be transferred to third parties, unless there is a legal obligation.
In case you are participating in a selection process you will be informed if your CV will be shared with third parties.
4. Rights regarding your personal data:
As the User, you can withdraw your consent at any time. In no case does the withdrawal of this consent condition the execution of the subscription, contract or the relationships generated previously.
Likewise, you can exercise the following rights:
• Request access to your personal data or rectification when they are inaccurate.
• Request its erasure when, among other reasons, the data is no longer necessary for the purposes for which it was collected.
• Request restriction of your treatment in certain circumstances.
Request objection to the processing of your data:
• Request the portability of the data in the cases specified by the data protection regulation.
• Other rights recognised in the applicable regulations.
Where and how to request your Rights: By writing to firstname.lastname@example.org, indicating the reference “Personal Data”, specifying the right you want to exercise and regarding which personal data.
In case of divergences, you can lodge a complaint with the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) (https://ico.org.uk/).
5. Security of your personal data:
With the aim of safeguarding the security of your personal data, we have adopted all the technical and organisational measures necessary to guarantee the security of your personal data against alteration, loss and unauthorised access or treatments.
6. Update of your data:
It is important that, in order for us to keep your personal information up-to-date, you inform us whenever there is a change; otherwise, we do not answer for the veracity of it.
By making this website available to the User, we want to offer a quality service, however, we will not respond to the presence of viruses and other elements that may damage the User’s computer system in any way.
We do not guarantee that the availability of the service will be continuous and uninterrupted.
The User is forbidden to take any action on our website that may cause an excessive overload of operation to our computer systems, as well as the introduction of viruses, or installation of robots, or software that may alter the normal functioning of our website, or ultimately cause damage to our computer systems.
The User assumes all responsibility arising from the use of our website.