What are cookies?
A cookie is a small text file that is installed on the hard disk of your computer when you visit a website. A cookie stores data about your surfing preferences. For example, a cookie remembers the pages you visited before, or indicates that you got to a website via a link from a certain advertising campaign. You can expect cookies on CNV websites to make your visit easier.
We only place cookies with your permission, and do this to help you online to the best of our ability. You can only use our website after accepting cookies. Placing cookies allows us to monitor visitor behaviour, which helps us to optimize the website and continuously improve the user experience. It also helps to recognize visitors so that we can present them relevant content.
- For optimizing the user experience by providing website statistics and error detection.
- For offering features such as sharing messages through social media and showing YouTube videos.
- For showing targeted (CNV) advertisements and relevant information.
Analytical cookies track how visitors use the website. They allow us, for example, to track the website from where visitors found us, what pages are viewed by them and for how long, which browser and display resolution they set, and they give us insight into demographic data. We use this information to analyse website usage, generate website statistics and determine, for example, what causes website errors. This information is used to better identify our website visitors (target group and market analysis), to tailor the website to our target group, to improve website navigation, troubleshoot, and optimize the website user experience. Apart from user information, Google Analytics cookies also store the visitor IP address. This information is used for statistics and data reports for CNV Internationaal website administrators. Google supplies these data to third parties when there is a legal obligation to do so, or when third parties process these data on behalf of Google. Google does not link your IP address to other data it has.
Social media, YouTube and Google Maps
Additionally, we use YouTube, Slideshare and Vimeo for showing videos and maps on the website. Again, this may result in Google placing cookies on your computer.
Click here for Google's (and YouTube's) privacy statement.
Click here for Slideshare's privacy statement (http://www.slideshare.net/privacy-preview).
Click here for Vimeo's privacy statement (https://vimeo.com/privacy).
These cookies also track which link/banner/advertisement was clicked for visitors to arrive at our website, and what activities were developed on the website. Some cookies are used to provide targeted advertisements and offers to our visitors, including on third party websites.
Third parties, also outside of the EU
As described above, a major part of the cookies are placed and read out by third parties that supply us with services. This refers to Google and other analytics providers, social media suppliers and advertisement networks. These cookies enable them to supply their services for our goals described above. They may also use the data collected to their own ends, such as tracking the usage of their services and products, and occasionally to create an interest profile based on which they can offer targeted advertising to you. Our insight into this is limited; please refer to the cookie and privacy policies of the appropriate parties. The policy is for these parties to handle data with care. Your privacy is ensured. These parties are subject to a legal regime that monitors compliance with laws and regulations.
A number of these third parties have their headquarters or another office in the USA or elsewhere outside of the European Economic Area. However, all of them are based in countries covered by European agreements in the framework of the Safe Harbour and Privacy Shield.
You do not want cookies?
This website has no option for disabling cookies. But there are various ways to ensure that (tracking) cookies cannot be placed in or read out from your browser. For example with services like Disconnect and Ghostery. You can also adjust the cookie settings in your browser. For more information about this and about cookies in general, visit allaboutcookies.org. Be aware that, if you block cookies, you will have to manually adjust your settings when visiting a section of our website that cannot function without cookies.
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CNV Internationaal aims to keep information about cookies up to date.
3561 GG Utrecht
+31 (0)30 7511260
Last updated: 12 December 2016
On the website www.cnvinternationaal.nl, CNV Internationaal offers a wealth of information about its activities aimed at promoting decent work in developing countries. CNV Internationaal promotes decent work by strengthening the position of workers in the formal and informal economy. We do do this by focusing on three main themes: bolstering the social dialogue, 2 ) strengthening labour rights in the international production chains, and 3 ) promoting (youth) employment.
CNV Internationaal is part of CNV Vakcentrale and currently supports trade union activities in 16 countries in Asia, Africa, Latin America and Eastern Europe.In these areas local trade union organisations also fight for improving the position and rights of working men and women. But working conditions in those countries are often much harder, while financial resources are limited. That is why CNV Internationaal supports their commitment to decent work.
CNV Internationaal deploys lobbying and campaign activities to promote the activities of trade union partners in the political and business arena, among the Dutch audience, and of course among members of CNV unions. CNV aims to raise awareness and engagement, and receive financial support.
Of course it is easy to become a donor or make a one-time donation on the site.
We also share information in digital newsletters and on social media. We process personal data to ensure you receive targeted information and digital newsletters, for example.
In this privacy statement we want to explain which personal data we collect and to what end. We always handle personal data with care.
We take responsibility
CNV Internationaal is responsible for processing of the data. Our processing was reported to the Dutch Data Protection Authority under number 1384676[CJ1] . We process and secure your personal data carefully. When processing personal data we comply with the requirements under the Personal Data Protection Act.
This means we:
- Clearly state the reason why we process personal data. For our online services we use this privacy statement
- Limit the personal data we collect to those required for the purposes
- Ask your explicit permission for processing your personal data first
- Take adequate security measures to protect your personal data, while demanding that parties processing personal data on our behalf do the same
- Respect your rights to access, correct or remove your personal data
- Never publicize your personal data on the website www.cnvinternationaal.nl without your consent. Your data are protected, invisible, and can only be accessed by you.
Why do we use and store personal data?
When you visit our website and ask a question, or become a member, you leave data with us. These could be personal data. We only store and use personal data that have been submitted by you directly, or that are known because of your membership in the context of the service requested by you. We store these personal data for as long as needed for the reasons described below.
We store these data:
- So that you do not have to re-submit them every time.
We keep statistics of our website. We only do this for the objectives stated in this statement.
We do not supply data connected to your user name to a third party, unless necessary, or in the event that there is a legal obligation to do so. In the event of suspected fraud or misuse of our website, we may hand your personal data to the competent authorities.
Which personal data do we use and store?
We can use the following data for purposes mentioned in this privacy statement:
- Name, address, postal code and city
- Telephone number
- Invoice address
- Email address
- Payment details
How we inform you about our products and services
Apart from the information on our website, we can inform you about news and our (new) products and services:
- by mail
- by email
- by digital newsletter and forms
- via social media
- by telephone
Digital newsletters and forms
CNV Internationaal donors and other interested parties can subscribe to a digital newsletter. Each digital newsletter includes a link to unsubscribe. . CNV Internationaal donors and other interested parties can subscribe to a digital newsletter on our website.
When completing a (contact) form on the website, or sending us an email, the data you send us are stored.
The digital newsletters we send to the email address you provided may contain personalized links. . They allow you to see relevant information on our website immediately, without having to log in. The only personal data visible in this situation are your initial(s) and last name. The receiver is responsible for how the newsletter is used, for example by forwarding it.
We have implemented severe security measures to limit misuse of personal data and unauthorized access to these data.
Some of our security measures:
- We use secure connections (SSL: Secure Sockets Layer) to protect all information sent between you and our website when entering personal data.
- We keep logs of all requests for personal data and can respond to them immediately when required.
- Firewalls ensure authorized access to our site exclusively.
Third parties, also outside of the EU
We can forward your data to partners we deploy to make functional contributions to our website. Some of these partners are based outside of the EU. However, they have agreed to a European model contract or have been certified under the Privacy Shield. This contract, together with the new data agreement between the EU and the USA, ensures that said partners comply with legal requirements set by the EU.
Our websites features social media buttons which are used by the specific administrators of these services to collect your personal data once you click them.
Amendments to this privacy statement
We reserve the right to make amendments to this privacy statement. To stay up to date of the latest changes we recommend to read this privacy statement frequently.
3561 GG Utrecht
+31 (0)30 7511007
Last updated: 12 December 2016