Last updated on November 16, 2023.
In compliance with Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of 27 April 2016, on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data (GDPR), and Organic Law 3/2018 of 5 December 2018, on the protection of personal data and guarantee of digital rights (LOPD).
The United Nations Association of Spain (UNA-Spain) strongly believes in privacy rights and transparency in the use of personal data. For this reason, UNA-Spain handles all data related to an identified or identifiable person with due care and compliance with applicable Spanish and European legislation, regardless of the person’s place of residence or nationality.
2. Data Controller
The United Nations Association of Spain, with ID number G08945859 and registered office at Vía Laietana 51, entl. 3ª, 08003, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain, and enlisted in the National Registry of Associations of the Ministry of the Interior of Spain with the number 9472, is the entity responsible for the data processing described in this text.
3. Principles of Data Processing
The United Nations Association of Spain processes personal data only with the data subject’s explicit consent or when necessary to fulfil contractual obligations with them, except in exceptional cases. Exceptions in which UNA-Spain may process data without requiring authorisation occur when it is needed to protect the vital interests of individuals, safeguard UNA-Spain’s legitimate interests, or when it is required by law. These exceptions are outlined in Article 6 of the GDPR.
4. Purpose and Collection of Personal Data
5. Data Minimisation
The United Nations Association of Spain limits the scope of collected personal data to that appropriate, relevant, and limited concerning the purpose for which it was collected.
6. Accuracy and Rights of the Data Subject
The United Nations Association of Spain provides channels and means for data subjects to assert their rights regarding data protection. These include the right of rectification, erasure, data portability, objection, and objection to automated individual decisions. The conditions for exercising these rights are detailed in the GDPR and the LOPD. The preferred channel for requesting the execution of these rights is the contact form on UNA-Spain’s website. Alternatively, they can be exercised through post, phone, or fax.
7. Storage Period
To minimise the risk of information leaks and ensure compliance with the commitment to processing data for a single purpose, the United Nations Association of Spain does not retain personal data for longer than necessary for the initial purpose of its collection. The limitation of the storage period varies in each case, depending on the specific purpose of the personal data and the time of its collection. In all cases, the retention period is adjusted to the duration necessary to achieve the particular objective, including a reasonable time margin in case it is needed for corrections in favour of the data subject, for security reasons, or when the duration is specified at the time of data collection. This limitation does not apply in cases where the law requires otherwise.
8. Security and Confidentiality
The United Nations Association of Spain is committed to ensuring the security and confidentiality of the personal data it handles. It implements measures, techniques, and technologies aligned with current security standards, providing adequate and proportional protection against the associated risks.
Access to personal data is limited to the necessary personnel and supported by appropriate security measures to prevent unauthorized access. Additionally, suitable solutions for backups and recoveries have been implemented, ensuring the integrity of the information.
9. Third-Party Access to Data
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