We collect contact details to inform about the upcoming events, including email address, phone number and place of work.
We only send information about the events of the Schengen Peace Foundation (SPF) and the SPF initiatives of the World Peace Forum (WPF) and Luxembourg Peace Prize (LPP).
For those that register for the Luxembourg Peace Prize, the historical Schuman EU Parliament building does require ID Card Number, Country of ID, and Date of Birth. This is collected and provided to the EU Parliament prior to the event.
We offer that this information can be destroyed after the event, or can be maintained for use in attending the event the following year.
This information will only be shared with the Schuman Parliament security staff and be used for the identification of attendees on the day of the event.
The Schuman Parliament security staff confirm they destroy this data after its use (to precise timeline).
What is personal data?
- Personal data is any information that relates to an identified or identifiable living individual. Different pieces of information, which collected together can lead to the identification of a particular person, also constitute personal data;
- Personal data that has been de-identified, encrypted or pseudonymized but can be used to re-identify a person remains personal data and falls within the scope of the law;
- Personal data that has been rendered anonymous in such a way that the individual is not or no longer identifiable is no longer considered personal data. For data to be truly anonymized, the anonymization must be irreversible.
The law protects personal data regardless of the technology used for processing that data – it’s technology neutral and applies to both automated and manual processing, provided the data is organized in accordance with pre-defined criteria (for example alphabetical order). It also doesn’t matter how the data is stored – in an IT system, through video surveillance, or on paper; in all cases, personal data is subject to the protection requirements set out in the GDPR.
Our GDPR principles
- we will process all personal data fairly and lawfully;
- we will only process personal data for specified and lawful purposes;
- we will endeavor to hold relevant and accurate personal data, and where practical, we will keep it up to date;
- we will not keep personal data for longer than is necessary;
- we will keep all personal data secure;
- we will endeavor to ensure that personal data is not transferred to countries outside of the European Economic Area (EEA) without adequate protection.
Your GDPR rights
- Access your personal data;
- Correct errors in your personal data;
- Erase your personal data;
- Object to processing of your personal data;
- Export personal data.
What we do to protect your data
- Protect personal data using appropriate security;
- Notify authorities of personal data breaches;
- Obtain appropriate consents for processing data.