We are Heritage Declares, a non-affiliated group of heritage practitioners who work together to urge the sector to react more quickly and effectively to the climate and ecological emergency.
For the purposes of your data protection rights, our data controllers are Charlotte Crossman and Marwa Ahmed, who can be contacted at email@example.com
This privacy notice explains what personal data we may hold about you, and how we use it, in accordance with the GDPR.
- The personal data we may hold about you is the information you enter on our webpage to indicate your support for us: your name, organisation (if you chose to tell us it), and your email address.
- We use this information for the following purposes: to publish the names of signatories to the Declaration on the website; to contact you about initiatives related to the campaign.
- We do this with your consent. By signing the Declaration, you consent to having your name and, if you notify us of it, the name of your organisation, appear on the website as a signatory, but your email and any other further personal information about you will not be made public.
- We will only contact you about initiatives related to the campaign with your consent, given by ticking the box on the website when you sign the Declaration.
- We will not share this data with any third parties.
- We also automatically gather some basic information based on your use of our website, but this is only for the purposes of anonymous statistics about visits to our website. Again, we will not share this data with any third parties.
- We envisage retaining your information for as long as we need it to communicate with you, unless you opt out of further communications or ask us to delete your data. Once we are no longer in active communication with you, we will delete your data within a year.
- We don’t undertake any automated profiling or make any automated decisions about you; we don’t sell your data, or buy data about you, or transfer it outside the UK/EU.
- You have the right to withdraw your consent at any time, to access and seek rectification or erasure of your personal data, to restrict or object to how we use it in certain ways, and to the portability of your data. These rights are set out in Articles 15-22 of the GDPR, though all are subject to certain exceptions. You also have the right to complain to the Information Commissioner’s Office about any concerns you may have regarding your data protection rights, though we would invite you to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org first to see if we can help you.