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We are committed to protecting the privacy of our members and non-members.
This Privacy Notice has been issued by the Institute for Collaborative Working (ICW), to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which came into effect on 25 May 2018.
The data controller can be contacted as follows:
The Data Protection Officer
The Institute for Collaborative Working
21 Bloomsbury Square
We may hold any of the following items of personal information about you:
We also maintain data on non-members who use our services, including those who are involved in membership application assessments and activities. This will be used confidentially for normal purposes, including subscription, mailing of publications and notification of conferences and events.
The ICW may share your data with other professional or governmental bodies, universities at which you are studying and your employer if you are on an ICW training scheme.
Personal data relating to ICW membership may be stored securely in perpetuity for historical purposes. Personal data relating to non-members will only be held for as long as needed to fulfil the purpose for which it was collected.
The purpose of this Privacy Notice is to fulfil your right to be informed about the use of your data. In addition:
Further details about GDPR and your rights under GDPR, visit the Information Commissioner's Office website.
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