Festival

Privacy

This chapter describes how we handle data we gather from your visit to our website. If you leave us your E-mail address or other data rendered for an enquiry, for example, we obligate ourselves to not forward these data to any third party. If you receive an E-mail from us, they always will have a reference to your entry or are the consequences of your enquiry.

During your visit to a website, thus also to ours, entries are made in the so-called log files, whereby data on your surfing behaviour are registered (date of visit, time, duration, pages called up, et cetera). But, no worries, as a surfer you remain anonymous nonetheless because nobody can record who is sitting in front of the computer. The data you have left are used exclusively to analyse and improve our website and our offers.

Information regarding the GDPR for club members


1. General

We, VoG Compagnie Irene K. take the protection of your personal data very seriously. We process your personal data (' data ') in accordance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) No 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 and the Law of 8 December 1992 on the Protection of Private Life with respect to processing Personal data. Data collection is done solely to achieve the club's objectives. The EU General Data Protection Regulation strengthens the rights to your data. You will receive the right to information about their data and what the data is used for in the association. You will be given the right to correct, restrict and delete their data.
The Board of Directors or the Board of Directors, represented by
Alena Deckers, cashier and school coordinator
You can contact them if you have any questions or complaints about the processing of your data.

2. Data processing

They have the right to know what the association needs their data for.
In order to organise and manage the club's activities, we maintain a membership list with further information. This list includes:
First name, name, address, telephone number, mobile number, e-mail address, date of birth, date of entry, mandates and tasks in the association, date of payment of membership fee and amount

These lists are kept in the following form:
  • An Excel spreadsheet on the office server
  • A paper expression in the dance studio (so you can contact your parents in case of emergency)

3. Sharing with third parties

The membership lists with the data described above will go to the following third parties or entity. This is done within the framework of our contractual obligations, our association structure or the requirements of our insurance company.
Any other disclosure of data to third parties will not take place, or only with the consent of the members.

A list of members with the following information: First name, name, address, date of birth, date of entry is sent once a year to the city administration Eupen. This is a requirement in accordance with the City Council Decision of 24 June 2009 for the receipt of the basic grant for clubs and is therefore in the interest of our association.

A list goes to the appropriate dance teacher, who has also signed this information.

The association Compagnie Irene K. regularly reports on its activities in the following media:
Website, Facebook, newsletter, e-mailing, press, activity reports.
Personal data will not be published in this context.

When using images, we pay attention to your right to your own image. Footage of individuals is rarely released. If it is, however, the case, we ask them to tick the consent form on the registration form as well.

The use of photos, audio and video recordings or other material on private websites or social media of the members of the association is expressly based on their responsibility.

4. Revocation

You can revoke your consent to use the data at any time. This must be done actively by confirming a statement to that effect. Please send a message to info@irene-k.be or send a letter by post.

This information is a computer generated translation. Please refer to the original German language version for reference. In the event of collision, the German language version shall prevail.