Fair Share To End Child Labour Campaign Privacy Notice
The Fair Share to End Child Labour campaign (Fair Share campaign) is committed to building a fairer, more equal world for all. We cannot claim to do that unless we ensure we protect the privacy of everyone who visits our website, decides to joins the movement, and becomes an active member of the campaign.
When you join the movement or take action with us you provide us with your personal data. We take your commitment to this pledge seriously, and we make every effort to ensure the personal information you have provided when taking the pledge is protected.
Please spend a little time reading through this to make sure you understand how the Fair Share campaign supports your right to privacy. If
anything is unclear, please get in touch with us and we will be happy to answer any questions you have.
Who are we?
We are the Fair Share campaign, and when it comes to your data we are officially called the ‘Data Controller’. We operate worldwide, with offices and team members in India, the United States, and the United Kingdom. In the United Kingdom and the United States the campaign is housed by the Kailash Satyarthi Children’s Foundation of America (KSCF-US), which is a registered non-profit organisation in the United States, and in the UK with registration number BR019642.
The person who oversees the data is called the Data Compliance Officer, you can contact them with any questions you have about your data: firstname.lastname@example.org.
What information do we collect?
We collect the following types of personal information:
Your email address
The country you live in
Your telephone number, if you choose to provide this.
Where relevant or applicable, we also record:
Your correspondence with us (for example, if you email us)
Your participation with us (for example, if you choose to take action through one of our campaign emails)
Photographs or videos you share with us
Any other information you have chosen to share with us.
We collect the data in the following ways:
Information you fill in on the website
Telephone or face to face conversations with you
Communication on social media
Publicly available sources, like Companies House or the Charity Commission website.
Why couldn’t I sign up to join the movement online?
As Fair Share to End Child Labour is a worldwide campaign, we only ask for the data for which we have legal permission to collect. At present, we do not collect data online for anyone below the age of 13 – we’re sorry!
Some countries have very clear laws about what can be collected, and from whom. For example, some countries do not allow us to collect data from you if you are under the age of 16. If you live in a country where this is the law, then at present you will not be able to give us your data. As and when these ages change due to changes in the law, we will update the pledge form to be accessible to you.
However, you can ask your parent, teacher or guardian to sign up, and they can receive campaign information on your behalf.
How do we use personal information?
Your personal data helps us to ensure your interaction with the Fair Share campaign is empowering and well-supported. Examples of how we use your information include:
Providing you with tools and information to help you as an active campaigner
Updating you on our work and the work of other activists as part of the campaign worldwide
Updating you on our policies, procedures, and legal obligations to you
Personalisation of content or your experience online
Carrying out polls and surveys
Keeping a record of your relationship with the campaign
Improving our services to you and developing the work of the campaign
Investigating complaints or other issues.
What legal basis do we have for using your personal data?
The Fair Share campaign needs a legal basis for using your personal data, under data protection laws which apply in different countries. We will always asks for your consent to use your data (for example, to allow us to send you campaign resources and news).
Can I withdraw my consent?
Yes you can – and you can withdraw consent, unsubscribe from our mailing list, change your preferences for receiving our emails, change your personal details, or request to transfer your details whenever you like.
You can do this either by getting in touch with our Data Compliance Officer (email@example.com) or, if you just wish to unsubscribe from emails, clicking the link which is at the bottom of every message we send.
If you are a citizen of the European Union, European Economic Area, or of the State of California, you can also request your right to be forgotten: this means your data will be deleted.
We will update your records as quickly as possible but it may take up to 45 days for our systems to update and stop messages being sent to you.
When do we share personal data?
We do not share or sell any personal information to third-party organisations for marketing or fundraising purposes.
We share your personal information with two different types of organisation:
Our data processors: these are the organisations which provide the software for us to safely and securely store and manage your data, and to communicate with you.
Fair Share Campaign National Leads, which are based in your country. These organisations groups will be registered with the campaign, and are comprised solely of non-profit entities.
We share with the data processors so we can administer your relationship with the Fair Share campaign The data processor cannot share or use your data for any other purpose, and we will always have contracts in place with any data processing company we work with.
We share with Fair Share Campaign National Leads which are based in your country so that you can get involved in the campaigns and activities which are most relevant to you. These groups cannot share or use your data for any other purpose, and the global team will provide safe and secure ways for them to communicate with you.
Where do we store and process personal data?
As the Fair Share campaign is global, it is possible that your data will be stored and processed outside of your home country.
Data is stored in the host country for the global team. At present, this is the United Kingdom. This means your data is protected under the law of the United Kingdom and is compliant with the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
For citizens of the United States, data is processed in the United Kingdom in accordance with the GDPR, and in the United States in accordance with US CAN SPAM Act of 2003 and the US Communications Decency Act. Even though our charitable status means we cannot formally join, we also adhere to the principles contained within the Privacy Shield Framework.
For all other citizens, data is processed in the United Kingdom. If there is a Fair Share Campaign National Leads present in your country, your data may also be processed there by registered groups which have signed a formal agreement on the use of data, based on the GDPR.
How do we secure personal data?
The Fair Share campaign uses technical and organisational tools and processes to protect your data and prevent the loss, misuse or alteration of your personal information.
Unfortunately the transmission of data over the internet is not 100% secure. We do our best to protect your personal data, but we cannot guarantee the security of your data when it is transmitted to our website. However, once we receive your information, we use strict procedures and security features to prevent unauthorised access.
How long do we keep your personal data for?
The Fair Share campaign keeps your personal data for as long as necessary to fulfil the purposes we collected it for, including for the purposes of satisfying any legal or reporting requirements.
We decide how long is appropriate to keep personal data. We do this by considering the amount, nature and sensitivity of the personal data; the potential risk of harm from unauthorised use or disclosure of your personal data; the purposes for which we process your personal data, whether we can achieve those purposes through other means, and the legal requirements.
If you ask to receive no further contact from us, we will keep some basic information about you on our suppression list to avoid sending you more unwanted messages.
If you are a citizen of the European Union, European Economic Area, or of the State of California, and you request your right to be forgotten, your data will be deleted.
Use of automated decision-making and profiling
The Fair Share campaign uses limited profiling and automated decision-making based on your interactions with the campaign.
Firstly, we organise data based on age in order to ensure we are complying with child protection laws:
13-17 year olds.
18+ year olds.
We also organise you based on your country:
The Fair Share campaign also operates campaigns within different countries, not just at the global level, and so we use your country to find out if there is a national or local level campaign group you might be interested in.
Finally, if you choose to take action, get involved in any campaigns, or set up a group, we will record this information and personalise content and communications to improve our support for your involvement with the campaign.
How can I contact you?
You can get in touch with us in the following ways:
For data questions and requests: firstname.lastname@example.org
For campaign questions: email@example.com
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And finally, our disclaimer
Unfortunately, we cannot be responsible for any information you give in any public community areas of the Fair Share campaign website, or on websites that we link to from our platforms. This information can be viewed or collected by any third party – but you should always be wary of publishing any personal information in public community areas.
You should also read the privacy notices of any other websites that we link to from our site which you visit. This is so you can understand what information is collected from you and for what purpose. The Fair Share campaign cannot be held responsible for the policies of any third party website that we link to, and you access these websites at your own risk.