If you send us personal information when you contact us, we will use it mainly to keep in contact with you and provide you with information you request. Our legal basis is that it is in our legitimate interest and the legitimate interests of the people we are trying to support. We will keep the information for as long as we are in contact. Please do not send us confidential or sensitive information.

We will pass the information you send us to others in the alliance who are best placed to obtain or provide the information you have requested or act on it. Also to translate communications when needed. We would only pass your information to others outside our alliance with your consent or if there was a legal need to do so.

Éamonn Conlon is the data controller for any personal information you send us.

You have rights concerning personal information about you that we handle. They include the rights to—

  • ask us what personal information about you we handle
  • access it
  • ask us to correct it if it is incorrect
  • ask us to delete it
  • object to how we handle it, for example on the basis that your rights override the legitimate interests in handling it
  • ask us to send a soft copy to someone else.

These rights do not always apply. Your rights are explained further here. If you want to exercise them, please contact us.

In the EU, you also have the right to make a complaint to the data protection authority where you live or work or where you believe an infringement of the GDPR occurred. Details for the Irish Data Protection Commission are here.

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