responsible for data processing
The Women for Africa Foundation (hereinafter the “Foundation”), is responsible for the processing of personal data that you provide us as a result of the registration through the website and when you establish contact with the Foundation
The Foundation has the following contact details:
PURPOSE AND LEGAL BASIS FOR DATA PROCESSING
The data provided will be treated for the following purposes:
DATA CONSERVATION PERIOD
Personal data will be stored as long as the relationship between both parties remains in force and, subsequently, for the period of time during which any legal responsibility may arise (egg, until the limitation period of the responsibility that may derive from the regulations in terms of data protection or cyber security). In case of data processing for the purpose of sending information about the Foundation or news within the foundational scope, your data will be kept as long as you do not oppose to continue receiving information from the Foundation.
ASSIGNMENTS AND INTERNATIONAL DATA TRANSFERS
To the extent that some programs of the Foundation may be carried out in countries located outside the European Economic Area (EEA), your personal data may be transferred to those countries for the execution of such programs. In the same vein, your data may be shared to our IT service providers; witch may be located outside the EEA. If you would like more information regarding the guarantees subscribed by the Foundation in terms of international data transfers, please contact us at email@example.com. No other communications of your personal data to third parties are foreseen.
The user may exercise at any time and free of charge the data protection rights listed below, by written notice sent to the Foundation’s address or by email to fundación@mujeresporafrica.es. The interested party must prove their identity in all applications (by means of a copy of their ID or an equivalent identification document) and identic ate the specific right to be exercised. The rights you might exercise are the following:
The user can submit claims to the competent authority in matters of data protection; in Spain, it is the Spanish Agency for Data Protection (www.aepd.es). In any case, we are at your disposal for any further clarifications you should consider necessary.