Dear visitor,

 

Our organisation processes certain personal data while pursuing the goals of our association. During this processing, the controller of your data is Europejski Parlament Młodzieży EYP Poland, with KRS number: 0000255473, REGON: 200079231, registered at ul. Nowogrodzkiej 31, 00-511 in Warsaw (later called: “Association”, “Our”, “Ours”).

 

We process your data on the following legal bases:

·         Your consent,

·         To discharge legal obligations imposed on our Association,

·         To pursue our legitimate interest.

 

We always strive to obtain your consent before we process any of your personal data. This consent can be withdrawn at any time – it may however impact on your ability to be a member of the Association or to take part in Our events.

 

The data may also be disclosed to third parties – companies that we use to help us process your data.

 

Personal data will be kept only as long as necessary. In case of your membership in the Association – as long as you are members. In case of your participation in our events – up to three years after the event took place. If you disclose your data to Us at any other occasion, we will delete it when you request so, unless we are obliged to retain it by law.

 

Your data is processed by us to allow you to participate in our events or to be a member of the Association. If you are a member of the Association, the data will be used solely to communicate with you, and will be disclosed only to the Board and the Audit Committtee. If you participate in our events, the data will be used solely to allow us to organise the event and to communicate with you.

 

You are also entitled to act on five rights:

 

·         Ask us to provide you with a copy of your data,

·         Ask us to delete your data,

·         Ask us to correct your data,

·         Ask us to restrict the processing of your data,

·         Ask us to transfer your data.

 

If you wish to obtain more information about those rights, please contact us at info@eyppoland.com.

 

You can also lodge a complaint with a supervisory body – UODO. We would appriciate it if first you contacted us – so that we can potentially resolve any issues without the involvement of UODO.