How we process and protect the personal data you are asked to include in your application.
The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force on 25 May 2018. To comply with the GDPR, we ask applicants and co-applicants to give their consent to allow us to process and store personal data submitted with an application.
We ask all applicants and co-applicants to give their consent to allow us to process and store personal data submitted with an application.
How we use personal data
We process personal data digitally and use it partly for evaluation of applications and partly for an overview of grants, applicants and recipients.
In addition, we will use the data if we publish the project in our yearbook, on our website or in other dissemination contexts.
The personal data will as a minimum be stored until a decision has been made regarding your application. What personal data we store afterwards and for how long depend on whether you receive a grant or a rejection.
For more information about how we protect your personal data, if you receive a grant or a rejection, see below.
Information for co-applicants
We distinguish between principal applicants and co-applicants. If you apply with co-applicants, they must also consent to the retention of personal data. The letter of consent for co-applicants can be found below. You can also download it when you submit the application.
Privacy notice for co-applicants applying for grants under the 'active senior citizens' grant area
Co-applicants applying for grants under the 'active senior citizens' grant area do not have to fill in the letter of consent above. As the principal applicant, you must however inform them of the letter of consent.
Revocation of the letter of consent
You can revoke your letter of consent at any time. However, this may mean that your application cannot be evaluated, or your grant may be withdrawn.
If you wish to gain insight into or delete the data that we have processed about you, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.