Discriminatie.nl is committed to your privacy. We handle and protect your personal data with great care. In doing so, we comply with the requirements of European General Regulation Data Protection (AVG). In this privacy statement, we will explain what personal information we process, for what purpose and how.
Processing personal data
If you register for one of our services, such as the newsletter, for information requests or for filling out a notification form on our website, we ask you to provide personal information. These are general personal data within the meaning of article 4, section 1, of the AVG, such as name, address, gender, date of birth, and phone number.
In addition, we also process your special personal information when you use our services and/or because you have provided it to us on your own initiative. The following special personal data (may) be used:
- political views
- religious or philosophical beliefs
- race or ethnic origin
- sexual orientation
- medical data
Discriminatie.nl will only use your personal information for the purposes stated and we will only use the information we consider necessary or useful in that context.
Discrimination complaint Notification Form
You can submit a discrimination complaint using the notification form on Discriminatie.nl. Discriminatie.nl does not deal with discrimination complaints itself, but forwards your report and personal data to a connected anti-discrimination facility in your region. If the anti-discrimination provision takes your notice into consideration, the privacy statement of this anti-discrimination provision will be in effect. If you would like to know what anti-discrimination provision your complaint will be, please enter your postal code here. If you report anonymously, you will not enter or be processed with any personal information. However, we will ask your postcode in order to register the complaint.
Data processing complaint discrimination
Your report and personal data are processed by an anti-discrimination facility. Article 1(a) of the Municipal Anti-discrimination provisions Act mentions that an anti-discrimination provision has the task of providing independent assistance to citizens in the settlement of complaints about discrimination. The core task of sub-paragraph b is to register the complaints under item a. Registration and data processing follows through this provision from a legal obligation. This legal provision shows that it’s necessary for the ADV to process personal data in order to comply with a legal obligation on the controller. The ADV’s process special personal data (religion or belief, race, political orientation, health, sexual orientation, personal data concerning the membership of a trade union) from the legal task of the organization.
Discrimination is prohibited by national legislation. The task of ADV’s is to prevent and combat discrimination. Because the task reflects what is regulated by national law, the ADV is carrying out a task of serious public interest. Therefore, ADV’s may record special personal data. In order to deal with complaints, it is necessary to have at least the reporters postal code. It remains possible to make an anonymous report, but if a complaint is made, having some personal data is crucial. If the person concerned chooses to go through mediation, the person or body may be able to exchange information with him or her. If the person concerned does not wish to have recourse, no information will be provided to third parties.
Links to other websites
Discriminatie.nl is confidential with the personal information you give us. We regularly refer to websites of other organizations. However, we never use your personal information. If you visit other websites such as Facebook and Twitter via links on our website, the rules of those parties apply to the handling of your personal information and privacy. We therefore recommend that you read their privacy regulations carefully.
Discriminatie.nl does not retain your personal data for longer than necessary for the purpose of processing and in accordance with the AVG and the Archive Act 1995.
Discriminatie.nl takes appropriate measures to prevent misuse, loss, unauthorized access and other undesirable acts with personal data.
View or change data
You have the right to view, correct or delete your personal information. In addition, you have the right to limit the processing of your data. You can submit a written and motivated request to Discriminatie.nl. Send your request to: [email protected].
If you have any questions about this privacy statement, please contact us by e-mail at [email protected]. For questions you can call us during office hours at 0900 2 354 354 (10ct. p/m). More information about privacy legislation can be found on the national government website.
Discriminatie.nl may change this privacy statement from time to time. You can always find the current version on this page.