All information collected on this site will be kept strictly confidential and will not be sold, leased or rented to parties outside the JRF. We will not disclose your information to third parties not involved in any transaction process, or use it for other purposes, such as unsolicited mailings. A more detailed explanation about how we safeguard your personal information is described below. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us:
Data Protection Officer
The Joseph Rowntree Foundation
40 Water End
York YO30 6WP
Tel: +44 (0)1904 629241
The JRF collects the following information regarding visitors to our website: IP address, pages accessed, date, time and further information volunteered by you. The JRF/JRHT will analyse website data to improve regularly the value of the materials available online.
Information collected for mailing lists
The JRF maintains several email lists to keep subscribers (registered users, the press, professional institutions and other interested parties) informed about new publications.
Users join our mailing lists voluntarily via email and by signing up through a form on our website. We retain only your email address in order to notify you of new publications and we do not sell, rent, loan, trade or lease email addresses to any third party.
Many people worry that cookies threaten individuals' privacy and might affect their own computers' functioning. While they can be used in all kinds of ways by server-based applications, they pose no risk to you as a user. Cookies used by the JRF cannot be used to obtain information about your system or to add you to any mailing lists. They are used to make browsing more efficient. If you have disabled cookies on your computer access to other areas of the site may be restricted.
Access to your personal information
You have the right to request a copy of the personal information the JRF holds about you and to have any inaccuracies corrected. (We charge a fee for information requests.) Please address requests to the Data Protection Officer (see above).
Data protection: subject access policy
- It is JRF / JRHT's policy to ensure that all Subject Access Requests are acknowledged in 5 working days. At the time of acknowledgement, individuals will be asked to complete a Subject Access Request form.
- As JRF / JRHT have a commitment to providing value for money, the organisation will charge the maximum permitted by law – currently £10 per Subject Access Request.
- Individuals will be required to provide proof of identity and residence before information may be disclosed. This is to prevent a breach of the Act by unauthorised disclosure to third parties.
- Where a request is made by an agent on behalf of an individual, a request will only be fulfilled where the agent can provide proof of authority to act on the individual's behalf.
- We will provide Subject Access Request Forms to assist an individual in making a request.
- All requests will be dealt with within the timeframe set by the Information Commissioner (40 calendar days) from receipt of £10 and proof of identity.